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Date Created: 11/11/15
1 Chronicle 19th century European imperialism What were the motives for imperialism How was it justified What overall effect did it have not only on those countries that were colonized but also the world as a whole Provide two specific examples Countless European empires which were at their high times during the 19th century encompassed France UK Italy Netherlands Germany Belgium Portugal Spain and Russia These nations grasped their superior heights during this time of epoch Well nonentity at that time was as significant and prominent as expanding their colonies to different part of the globe so all these nations were motived to do was to expand and rule Europeans were very well directed in reaching out for the Asian Africana andSouth American nations for their political and economic in uence over these parts of the world The major factor that drove European power for expansion around the world was directed by their territorial strength economic opportunities and political stature They required cheap supplies for driving the European revolution The most important aspect that stringently drove their in uence was in daunting the Christianized culture on these nations the benefits were quite direct in carrying out the mission work The scope of rule varied as on hand king Leopold 11 held on his stronghold of property abreast queen Victoria was declared the queen of India REFERENCE 0 httDwwwenotescomhistorVdiscusswhatweremostimportantimpactsindustrial 66107
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