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Period V: Imperialism & Nation-State Formation, Part I

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Establishing Transoceanic Empires 0:19
    • Quasi-state
    • Complete Colony
    • Sepoy Revolt
    • Queen Victoria
  • Why Is The Sepoy Rebellion A Turning Point 5:51
    • Spark
    • Drive Muslims And Hindus Together
    • Affects On Those Who Adopted English (Western) Ways
    • Local hereditary Leaders
    • English In India
    • English In England
  • Queen Victoria In 1845 12:58
  • Victoria Declared Empress Of India, 1876 13:27
  • Empires Expand In Asia And Pacific 15:10
    • French Move Into Southeast Asia
    • French Indochina
    • Japanese Fight For Control Of Korea
  • The French Expand Their Holdings In Asia 17:03
  • New Settler Colonies Established 17:53
    • Australia And South Africa
    • Botany Bay
  • British Take South Africa 20:35
    • Cape Town As Trading Center
    • English Settled IN South Africa
    • Boers
    • Boer War And Zulu War
    • Indian Laborers
  • Economic Imperialism 22:32
    • Example: The Opium Wars
    • Could Grow In India
    • Reversed Flow Of Silver
    • Social Deterioration
    • Naval Forces
  • What Were The Chinese Options 27:13
    • Letter From Lin Zecu
    • Xu Naiji
  • What Is The Role Of Industrialism 30:44
  • The Results Of The Opium Wars 31:56
    • China Severely Weakened- Unequal Treaties
    • Free Trade
  • Main Concept 35:01
    • Industrializing Powers-Transoceanic Empires