Causes and Consequences of New Imperialism Essay by Calwriter

Causes and Consequences of New Imperialism
A look at the causes and consequences of the era of New Imperialism, 1871-1914.
# 58604 | 1,386 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on May 16, 2005 in History (British) , History (European - 19th century)

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This paper explains that the New Imperialism, which took place between 1871 and 1914, resulted from industrialized nations seeking control of foreign territories for economic, military, political, and philosophical aims. The paper describes the conditions that motivated and fueled the New Imperialism, the active players in the age of New Imperialism, and the consequences of New Imperialism for industrialized nations and for the lands and peoples that were subjugated.

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