THE "NEW" EUROPEAN IMPERIALISM

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War erupting between Afrikaaners and the British in South Africa, resulting in British imprisonment of the Afrikaaner women and children in concentration camps.
The suppression of a secret anti-foreign society, that killed Europeans in China, by an expeditionary force composed of British, Russian, German, French, Japanese, and American forces.
Summoned by Otto von Bismarck, this conference set guidelines for the partitioning of the "Dark Continent" and established the definition of "effective occupation."
A term conveying fervent nationalism that calls for an aggressive foreign policy.
A United States proposal to the European powers, with established spheres of influence in China, that free trade exist in China.
A reflection of a Social Darwinist, Rudyard Kipling's justification for imperialism to be to spread western culture to "sullen peoples" or "heathens."
Provisions following the Opium War that include Chinese payment of war costs to Britain, the opening of Chinese ports to British trade and the island of Hong Kong given to the British.
Use of pig fat to grease rifle cartridges that was against the religious beliefs of Indian troops in the British army, resulted in British suppression of the revolt as well as the end of the rule of the East India Company and establishment of direct rule in India.
A geographer, missionary, and explorer who discovered Victoria Falls and was found by American journalist, Henry Stanley.
A rivalry between Britain and France over control of territory in Africa almost erupted into war until the French recognized British and Egyptian claims to the Nile Basin while Britain recognized French control in West Africa.
As the first nonwestern nation to defeat a European country in 1905, Japan gained control of Manchuria and embarked on the process of becoming a world power.
Territory in which a nation claimed executive trade privileges such as those established on the coast of China during the 19th century.
Conflict between China and Britain from 1840-1842 that occurred after increasing addiction led to China to outlaw Britain's drug trade.
A policy that entailed economic exploitation and control over territories through settlement by the colonizing power.
The period from 1868 to 1912 in which the switch from shogun to emperor brought forth reforms that modernized Japan with the implementation of western ideas in education and military and economic development.
The "crown jewel of the British empire" bestowed upon Queen Victoria the title of "Empress."
A policy of a superior nation controlling and exploiting a less developed region in the late nineteenth century.
A financier, entrepreneurial and adventurer, and prime minister of the Cape Colony who envisioned a railroad that would connect all of the east coast
King Leopold II, ruler of the African colony, claimed that it was eight times the size of his own nation in Europe.
A conflict emerging between Germany, who supported the independence of this North African country, and France, who gained this country with the support of Britain, Russia, and Italy.
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