"Imperialism" means intense pride in your _____.
During the late 1800s, almost all of the continent of ____ came under direct control by European empires.
This new country, created in 1871, developed a powerful industrial system based on science and heavy industry.
In Asia, the small country of _____ learned from Europe how to create an empire strong enough to defeat both China and Russia.
Queen ____ led the British empire for more than 60 years.
The German Chancellor, _________, organized a meeting of Europe's leaders in 1884 to divide up Africa in an orderly fashion.
Emperor William II
Germany's emperor ______ wanted to create a great new empire and give his country "a place in the sun." Germany's only reliable ally was Austria.
Friedrich William IV
Germany created a _____ to challenge Britain's control of the seas.
After 1897, Germany competed with Britain with _______ by creating a powerful navy.
The Belgium king, ______, had his own colony in Africa.
The Belgian king got rich by producing this product.
The French competed with the British for the control of ___ .
In 1911, Italy used force to take over the African country of _______ from the Ottoman Empire. It used airplanes in its war there.
As an empire, Austria was difficult to keep together because of conflicts between ______.
Russia differed from other countries in creating a _____ empire.
Russia's war with _______ was a disaster. It resulted in the revolution of 1905 in which the emperor agreed to share power.
Growth of empires led to conflict between Britain and ____. (check all that apply)
Countries wanted empires for many reasons, including ... (check all that apply).
the desire to promote peace
This cartoon is evidence that some Europeans thought Africans belonged to a separate _____.