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History Week 6 Notes

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History Week 6 Notes HIST 1020

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World History 2
Tiffany Sippial
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Date Created: 02/14/16
The Project of Empire: The British Raj Tools of Empire: Railroads  Queen Victoria needs to find where to spend money for India to be as lucrative as possible  Invest in railroads  Contracts for supplies are with British companies/supplies o Use Indian (local) labor = cheaper India’s Railway System  Ca. 1900 = 4,775 miles  5 largest railway o Interior to coast (rapid extraction of resources)  Pace of life / commerce increased  Mixing of o 188 million passengers a year o Take a while to adopt as transportation Tools of Empire: Cinchona Bark and Quinine  Security is key to empire building  Sepoy not as stable o Bring more (90,000) British troops o Problem  tropical disease (Malaria) o Lose 50% of what they send in  Combat disease (Peru) o Extract from cinchona bark  Quinine is treatment for Malaria  Help with fever not cure the disease  Bleeding were the treatment before this  British troops took daily dose of quinine Gin and Tonic: The Drink of Empire  More British families going to India o Want civilian to take the quinine too o Need to make it taste better  Doesn’t dissolve in water so use alcohol and lime  Helps cut the bitterness of the taste  Schwepps = 20 mg / 6 fl oz (contains quinine) Tools of Empire: Viceroy Lord George Curzon and Mary Leiter Curzon (r. 1898-1905)  Government o Approach to Imperial Rule o Indirect rule or co-rule  Rule by consent of or in collaboration with local rulers Viceroy Indian Civil Service Babus o Viceroy  key British official, greatest amount of power o Indian Civil Service  More people than in viceroy  Diplomatic core, educated, elite positions  Had to take an exam (open in theory)  Only administer in England  Major source of discontentment  Upper level administrators and Judicial Positions  Only the English citizens o Babus (Indian Administrators)  Greatest in number  Lowest level administrators, western dress, most held by Indians (local), essential advisor the ICS  Used to help preserve the façade of co-rule  Mary Curzon o Did a lot of entertaining, from the US not England Durbar (Delhi, 1903)  Held elaborate celebrations o Beautiful elephants, sepoys standing, parade, and members of Indian royalty o All in this together, all want what is best for India o Viceroy gave presents to high up Indians and families  Jewelry, coats of arms, titles Lord Curzon  Feels he is the schoolmaster (superior) and that the people are less than school children Charles Darwin (1909-1882)  The origin of the species (1859) o Galapagos Island finches  Grounded in the science of the day  Theory of survival of the fittest o Ill adapted species die out or shorter fertile lifespan, leave the stronger to survive and reproduce  When applied to people = social Darwinism o People to the left of the spectrum are lesser o Scientific racism The White Man’s Burden  Controversial poem  Bring people on the right hand of spectrum to the left hand o Need improving/civilizing o Superior type have this burden to bring that civilization to those people and if not judge  Social Darwinism becomes justification for empire Indian National Congress (1885)  Group met to discuss discontentment of British rule o Some aspects  Limited agenda  72 delegates; most from educated middle class, Babus  Key issues o Admission into Indian Civil Service Process o Exam only in Britain, making it impossible to access  Sing short petition o Not asking for end of British empire o Resolution #4 most important  Equal representation  Wanted exam offered in England and India simultaneously  Same exam/ want opportunity to try  Result 1887 = success Viceroy Lytton passed reform that made the changes requested  As a result 57 individuals from India passed the exam within the 1 year  Go on to play important roles in politics, Indian National Congress  One became president in 1924  Gandhi Mohandas Gandhi  Analyze relationship between Indian and Great Britain  Father of Independence  Relatively privileged background  Educated in England (law degree)  Mobilizing Indian people for independence o Build broad based on revolution o Effect dramatic change  Non-cooperation Movement: o Non-violent resistance  Instead use fasting, mass marches, mass civil disobedience o Economic Self-Determination  Salt production ad cotton  Why would we allow Great Britain to run monopolies on our goods  Make out own textiles o National Unity (Hindus and Muslims)  Won’t live to see this part happen  Internal enemy = keep fractured  Assassinated by radical Hindu because they feel he was giving away too much Hindu power


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