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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Britain's road to the 1800s Social and Economic Reform in Britain The partiton of Africa Building overseas Empires Imperialism Expansion British Take Over India Built schools and medical clinics alongside churchesfocused on the evils of the slave trade.Many Africans wasn't still happy so,they fought. Countries colonized? India, China,Egypt,Gold Coast, Nigeria, Angelo-Egyptian Sudan,British Somailland,Uganda, British East Africa, Northern Rhodesia, Southren Rhoderia, Bechuanaland, Union of South Africa RhubieThomasCoach ClarkHistory "The story of tea is the story of imperialism, industrialization,and world domination, one cup at a time." (Tom Standage, "A Historyof the World in 6 Glasses"). " Motivation to expand? Outcomes The road was not actually a road. It was quite a dangerous route. It had mountains, forests, and more dangerous obstacles. Imperialism: a policy of extending a country'spower and influence through diplomacy or military force. Economic: wanted natural resources for machinery, needed new markets,etc.Politically: Naval vessels needed basesto take coal, seized islandor harbors to satisfy needs, promoting prestige and securitySocially: Applied Darwin ideas about naturalselection and survivalof the fittest human societies If I was a advisor to a governmentno, I wouldn't do the things Britain did it would've been less drama, work and money.
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