Unit 4: Nationalism, Industrialism, and Imperialism
Lesson A: Birth of the Imperial World
Review and Assessment
From the 18th through the 20th centuries, Westerners practiced imperialism in many areas of the world. The original motive for this imperialism was to secure natural resources. Other motives, such as nationalism, played a role in the development of this later imperialism. The early birth of imperialism laid the foundation for over 100 years of imperialist rule and eventual international conflict over colonies.
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Imperialism changed both the imperialist countries and the countries they colonized. Many reasons were used to justify imperialism. Different forms of imperialism took place, and there were different responses to the imperial system. Think about these examples as you complete the BCR below.
Brief Constructed Response - Impact of Imperialism
How did imperialism impact the world during the Age of Imperialism?
- Describe the motives and processes of imperialism.
- Analyze how this system changed both the imperialistic powers and the colonized countries.
- Include details and examples to support your answer.
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