THIS CONNECTS THE RED SEA TO THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA

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  • THIS CONNECTSTHE RED SEATO THEMEDITERRANEAN SEA

  • THE POLICY OF A POWERFUL NATIONDOMINATING A LESSPOWERFUL NATION

  • THIS IS THE CURRENT COUNTRYOF LIBYALOCATED IN NORTHERN AFRICA

  • A LARGE EMPIREIN SOUTH AFRICAHIGHLY ORGANIZEDFOUGHT THE DUTCH AND THE BRITISHDEFEATED BY THE BRITISH

  • NAME SEVEN REASONS FOR IMPERIALSIM

  • RAW MATERIALSNEW MARKETS FOR TRADESTRATEGIC / MILITARY VALUENATIONAL RIVALRYRELIGIONCULTURAL SUPERIORITYIMPROVEMENT IN COMMUNICATION AND TRANSPORTATION

  • HE WAS THE PRIME MINISTEROF CAPE COLONYHE WANTED TO UNITE ALL OF SOUTH AFRICA UNDERBRITISH RULE

  • TO TAKE CONTROLOF A FOREIGN NATIONAND RULE IT

  • A COUNTRY PLACED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF ANOTHERCOUNTRY BY ANAGREEMENT OF NATIONS

  • THE GOVERNOROF INDIAROYAL REPRESENTATIVE

  • U.S. FOREIGN POLICYDETERMINED BYINVESTMENTS OF CORPORATIONS INFOREIGN LANDS

  • MEXICONICARAGUACHILEHAITIPANAMADOMINICAN REPUBLIC

  • IT WAS THE BURDEN OFTHE WHITE MAN TOBRING CULTURE ANDCIVILIZATION TOTHE DARKER SKINNED PEOPLE

  • WHITE MANS BURDEN

  • THE IDEA THAT IT WAS THE DESTINY OF THE U.S.TO TAKE OVERTHE WESTERN TERRITORY

  • BRITISH AUTHOR WHOLIVED IN INDIAHE WROTE THE POEMTHE WHITE MANS BURDEN

  • RUDYARDKIPLING

  • A SCOTTISH MISSIONARY WHO WAS LOST ALONGTHE ZAMBEZI RIVER

  • DAVID LIVINGSTONE

  • NEW YORK NEWSPAPERMANSEARCHED FOR LIVINGSTONECREATED AN INTEREST IN AFRICA

  • HENRY STANLEY

  • SELF-GOVERNING IN DOMESTIC AFFAIRSDOMINATED IN FOREIGN AFFAIRSPROTECTED BYDOMINATE NATION

  • IMPERIALIST NATIONHAS SPECIAL ECONOMIC OR TRADING RIGHTSUSUALLY A MONOPOLY

  • THESE NATIONS (ALGIERS, TUNIS, MORROCCO AND EGYPT)MADE UP ...

  • BRITISH DEFEAT DUTCH FARMERS1899-1903

  • DUTCH SETTLERS IN SOUTH AFRICAWERE CALLED

  • AFRIKANERS

  • THIS COUNTRY IS LOCATEDIN EASTERN AFRICA SOUTH OF THE RED SEAHAS REMAINEDINDEPENDENTDEFEATED ITALY IN 1896

  • THIS COMPANY HADTHE MONOPOLY ON TRADE WITH INDIA

  • FREED AMERICAN SLAVESCOULD LIVE HERE UNDER THE PROTECTION OF THE UNITED STATES

  • RIVER EXPLOREDBYHENRY STANLEY

  • CONGO RIVER

  • SOUTHERN AFRICATAKEN BY THE BRITISHDURING THENAPOLEONIC WARS

  • BOERS MIGRATE INTO THEAFRICAN INTERIORESTABLISHED TWO HIGHLYSEGREGATED STATES

  • THIS BODY FOUGHTFOR THE RIGHTS OF BLACKSIN SOUTH AFRICA

  • MOTHER OF THEQING DYNASTY

  • GEASED BULLETTINDIANS REBEL AGAINSTTHE BRITISH

  • U.S. POLICY TO OPEN DOORS TO WESTERN TRADE

  • EMPRESS OF INDIA

  • ISLAND INSOUTHERNCHINA

  • HONG KONG

  • A POLITICAL ORGANIZATION THAT BEGAN THE STRUGGLE FOR INDIAN SELF-GOVERNMENT

  • INDIAN NATIONALCONRESS

  • THIS ENDED THE OPIUM WAR

  • THIS DYNASTY RULEDCHINA DURING THEIMPERIALIST MOVEMENT1644-1911

  • CHINESE TROOPS TRIED TOSTOP THE SMUGGLINGOF OPIUMBRITAIN SENT IN TROOPS1839-1842-

  • JAPAN DEFEATS CHINAJAPAN CONTROLS KOREA1894

  • THE MOVEMENT TOEXPEL FOREIGNERS FROM CHINA

  • THIS COUNTRY IS LOCATEDIN ASIA JAPAN NEEDED HERSOURCE OF RAWMATERIALS

  • KOREA

  • EARLY LEADER OF THENATIONALIST PARTYHE WAS ELECTED THEFIRST PRESIDENT OF CHINA

  • SUN YAT-SEN

  • THESE EMPERORS TRANSFORMED JAPANINTO AN INDUSTRIAL SOCIETYESTABLISHED A UNIVERSAL SYSTEM OF EDUCATION ANDA CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENTBUILT INFRASTRUCTURE FOR TRADE

  • THIS AGREEMENT OPENEDJAPAN TO TRADE WITHTHE UNITED STATES1854

  • TREATYOFKANAGAWA

  • TERRITORY NORTH OF KOREARUSSIANS LEASED A NAVAL BASEAT PORT ARTHUR

  • MANCHURIA

  • THESE ISLANDS IN THE PACIFIC WEREANNEXED BY THEUNITED STATESIN 1898

  • HAWAII

  • THIS IS LOCATED AT THESOUTHERN TIPOF THE MALAY PENNINSULA

  • SINGAPORE

  • THE UNITED STATESTOOK RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE AFFAIRSOF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE

  • JAPAN DEFEATS RUSSIA1904-1905

  • LAND TAKEN BY THE FRENCH INSOUTHEAST ASIA

  • ARCHIPELAGO IN SOUTHEAST ASIAPRESENT DAY INDONESIA

  • DUTCHWEST INDIES

  • UNITED STATES WOULD ACTAS THE POLICE POWER IN LATIN AMERICAA POLICY OF INTERVENTION

  • U.S. BATTLESHIPSANK IN HAVANA HARBORIN CUBAKILLED 360 SAILORS1898

  • U.S.S. MAINE

  • THIS CONNECTSTHE PACIFIC OCEANTO THECARIBBEAN SEA

  • PANAMA CANAL

  • PANAMA CANAL

  • UNITED STATES DEFEATSSPAININ FOUR MONTHS1898

  • UNITED STATESINTERVENEDWITHTHESEISLANDS

  • GUAMPHILIPPINESPUERTO RICOCUBAGUANTANAMO BAY