Struggles of imperialism Unit 10.4.4

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Struggles of imperialism Unit 10.4.4

Struggles with imperialism

British Imperialism

The European Imperialism started since the 1800's and they planned to dominate the world. Alot of countries suffered and struggled for their independence because europeans were taking land that wasn't theirs to take. Not only were Europeans taking away their land but also their culture,religion, and ways of living. However several nations were able to gain their independence from the colonizations.

Sun Yat-Sen

Independence of India,Haiti,South AmericaIndia was able to gain their independence from Great Britian in 1947. India was able to get thier independence with the help of Gandhi and his peacful way of analyzing things. They believed in the ideology of civial disobedience were the people would unite and ignore unfair laws. Haiti was the first black republic to gain their independence from France in 1804, with the help of the previosly enslaved African Toussaint L'ouverture. They believed in the ideology of the balcks rebelling to able to gain their freedom and independence. South America was able to gain their independence from spain and fourteen other nations from 1809-1825. They were able to gain their Independence with the help of a creole leader called simon bolivar and his ideology of military power and that it will help them in gain their independence from the europeans.

Independence Struggles of The colonized Regions of The World Unit 10.4.4

ChinaSun Yat-Sen was the first president of the republic of China. He and his country achieved their independence from the Qing Dynasty in 1911.Sun Yat-Sen studied economics and governement in Hawaii. Sun yat-sen's inspiration was Abraham Lincoln and he admired him and his work.

Simon Bolivar

Gandhi

England wanted to get their hands on ever country they could get....


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