Age of Imperialism (Colonization)

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Age of Imperialism (Colonization) by Mind Map: Age of Imperialism (Colonization)

1. Italy

1.1. Africa

1.1.1. Eritea

1.1.2. Somalia

1.1.3. Libya

1.1.4. Ethiopia (attempted)

2. Portugal

2.1. Territories

2.1.1. Americas

2.1.1.1. South America

2.1.1.1.1. Brazil

2.1.2. Asia

2.1.2.1. Macau

2.1.2.2. East Timor

2.1.2.3. India

2.1.2.3.1. Goa

2.1.3. Africa

2.1.3.1. Angola

2.1.3.2. Mozambiqe

2.1.3.3. Guinea

2.1.3.3.1. Bissau

2.1.3.4. Cape Verde

2.1.3.5. Sao Tome

2.1.3.6. Principe

3. Germany

3.1. Africa

3.1.1. Namibia

3.1.2. Tanzania

3.1.3. Cameroon

3.1.4. Togo

4. France

4.1. Territories

4.1.1. America

4.1.1.1. Canada

4.1.1.2. Haiti

4.1.1.3. United States of America

4.1.2. Asia

4.1.2.1. Lebanon

4.1.2.2. Syria

4.1.2.3. Mauritius

4.1.2.4. South East Asia

4.1.2.4.1. Vietnam

4.1.2.4.2. Cambodia

4.1.2.4.3. Laos

4.1.3. Africa

4.1.3.1. Comoros

4.1.3.2. Rwanda

4.1.3.3. Senegal

4.1.3.4. Egypt

4.1.3.5. Cape Verde

4.1.3.6. Chad

4.1.3.7. Guinea

4.1.3.8. Central African Republic

4.1.3.9. Cameroon

4.1.3.10. Tunisia

4.1.3.11. Algeria

4.1.3.12. Morocco

4.1.3.13. Togo

4.1.3.14. Congo

4.1.3.15. Madagascar

5. Netherlands

5.1. Asia

5.1.1. Indonesia

5.1.2. Malaysia

5.1.2.1. Malacca

5.1.3. India

5.1.3.1. Cochin

5.1.4. Sri Lanka

5.1.4.1. Colombo

5.2. America

5.2.1. North America

5.2.1.1. New York

5.2.2. South America

5.2.2.1. Brazil

5.2.2.1.1. Recife

5.2.3. Caribbean

5.2.3.1. Curacao

5.2.3.2. Aruba

5.3. Africa

5.3.1. South Africa

5.3.2. Suriname

5.4. Europe

5.4.1. Bonaire

6. Belgium

6.1. Territories

6.1.1. Africa

6.1.1.1. Congo

6.1.1.2. Rwanda

6.1.1.3. Burundi

6.1.1.4. South Sudan

6.1.1.4.1. Lado Enclave

6.1.1.5. Tangier International Zone

6.1.2. Asia

6.1.2.1. China

6.1.2.1.1. Tianjin

7. Spain

7.1. America

7.1.1. Central America

7.1.1.1. Mexico

7.1.1.2. Panama

7.1.1.3. Honduras

7.1.1.4. Nicaragua

7.1.1.5. El Savador

7.1.1.6. Yucatan

7.1.1.7. Guatemala

7.1.1.8. Costa Rica

7.1.2. South America

7.1.2.1. Chile

7.1.2.2. Venezuela

7.1.2.3. Colombia

7.1.2.4. Ecuador

7.1.2.5. Bolivia

7.1.2.6. Peru

7.1.2.7. Argentina

7.1.2.8. Uruguay

7.1.2.9. Paraguay

7.1.2.9.1. Spanish

7.1.3. Caribbean

7.1.3.1. Cuba

7.1.3.2. Puerto Rico

7.1.3.3. Santo Domingo

7.1.3.4. Dominican Republic

7.1.3.5. Haiti

7.1.3.6. Guam

7.2. Asia

7.2.1. South East Asia

7.2.1.1. Mariana Islands

7.2.1.2. Philippines

7.2.1.3. Caroline Islands

7.3. Africa

7.3.1. Western Sahara

7.3.2. Equatorial Guinea

7.3.3. Morocco

8. Britain

8.1. Asia

8.1.1. Aden

8.1.2. India

8.1.3. Malaysia

8.1.3.1. Sarawak

8.1.4. Singapore

8.1.5. Hong Kong

8.1.6. Myanmar

8.1.7. Bahrain

8.1.8. Brunei

8.1.9. Borneo

8.1.10. Kwuait

8.1.11. China

8.1.12. Ceylon (Sri Lanka)

8.2. Pacific

8.2.1. Australia

8.2.1.1. Gold Coast

8.2.2. New Zealand

8.3. Africa

8.3.1. Seychelles

8.3.2. South Africa

8.3.2.1. Bechuanaland

8.3.3. Zanzibar

8.3.4. Egypt

8.3.5. Nigeria

8.3.6. South West Africa

8.3.7. Zambia

8.3.8. Zimbabwe

8.3.9. Ghana

8.3.10. Gambia

8.3.11. Tanganyika

8.3.12. Sierra Leone

8.3.13. Kenya

8.3.14. Uganda

8.3.15. Basotaland

8.3.16. British East Africa

8.3.17. British Cameroon

8.3.18. British Guinea

8.3.19. British Somaliland

8.4. Caribbean

8.4.1. St Helena

8.4.2. BritishHonduras

8.4.3. Grenada

8.4.4. Trinidad

8.4.5. St Vincent

8.4.6. Bahamas

8.4.7. Barbados

8.4.8. Bermuda

8.4.9. Jamaica

8.4.10. St Lucia

8.4.11. Cayman Islands

8.4.12. Anguilla

8.4.13. Turks & Caicos Island

8.5. Europe

8.5.1. Cyprus

8.5.2. Malta

8.5.3. Gibraltar

8.6. Americas

8.6.1. North America

8.6.1.1. Canada

8.6.1.1.1. New Foundland

8.6.2. South America

8.6.2.1. Falkland Islands

8.6.2.2. Pitcairn Islands

8.6.2.3. Brazil

8.6.2.3.1. Cunha

8.7. Pacific

8.7.1. Fiji

8.7.2. Samoa

8.7.3. Tonga

9. How to Colonize

9.1. Technology

9.1.1. Weapons

9.1.1.1. Maxim Machine Gun

9.1.2. Medicine

9.1.3. Drugs

9.1.3.1. Opium

9.2. Diplomacy

9.2.1. Indirect Rule

9.3. Trade

9.4. Force

9.4.1. Slavery

9.5. Taking Away of Rights

9.5.1. Enslavement of locals and indigenous people

9.5.2. Expropriation of labor and resources

9.5.3. Enslavement

9.6. Attacks

9.6.1. Raids

9.6.2. Objective murders

9.6.3. Bombing of land

9.7. Dismantlement of Native Cultures

9.7.1. Sacking of cultural patterns

9.7.2. Stripping of cultural values

9.7.3. Imposed their own values

9.7.3.1. Language

9.7.3.2. Clothing

9.7.3.3. Techniques

9.7.3.4. Culture

9.7.3.5. Religion

9.8. Manipulation

9.8.1. Locals depended on the colonists psychologically and for basic resources

9.8.2. Manipulated industrialization processes to increase profits by threatening natives

9.8.3. Controlled supplies and resources

9.8.3.1. Locals produced cash crops instead of food

9.8.3.2. Locals sold food for a low price

10. Steps to Colonize

10.1. Control the Leaders

10.1.1. Bribe Them

10.1.2. Change Them

10.2. Take Away

10.2.1. Rights

10.2.2. Lives

10.2.3. Control of Resources

10.2.4. History

10.2.5. Language

10.2.6. Identity

10.2.7. Culture

10.3. Re-Education

10.4. Spread Europe-centred Religions (Erin and Kala)

10.4.1. Christian Missionaries

10.4.1.1. Convince colonies that going against the Europeans was a sin

10.4.1.2. Ex. The Jesuits, led by Ignatius Loyola

10.4.1.3. Missionaries thought that if the countries were colonized, the natives would be more willing to pursue

10.4.1.3.1. Western Education

10.4.1.3.2. Christianity

10.4.1.3.3. Ex. Missionaries from Britain

10.4.2. Re-glorify the Church by spreading Catholicism/Christianity

10.4.3. Preaching to the Natives in the New World

10.4.4. Use biblical passages to justify colonisation

10.5. Divide and Conquer

10.5.1. Ex. Dutch method of colonising Indonesia

10.5.2. Used monopoly of "adu domba"

10.5.3. Manipulate groups within the colony to go into conflict with each other

10.5.3.1. Ex. Betrayal of Prince Diponegoro

11. Why colonization happened

11.1. Discovery of new places

11.1.1. Established colonies in different countries

11.1.1.1. To get richer

11.2. Capitalists became richer

11.2.1. Gave money to colonialism

11.3. Re-education

11.3.1. Countries re-educated others to create an overseas empire

11.4. Spread of Christianity

11.4.1. The urge to spread Christianity in countries like Britain

11.5. The Need for More Land

11.5.1. Not Enough to Grow Natural Resources

11.5.2. To Control Trade

11.5.2.1. Economic Growth

11.5.3. Expansion of Territory

11.5.3.1. More Power

12. Reasons for Colonising (Kazanda, Radith, Yasha and Seamus a bit)

12.1. Pressing need of something

12.1.1. Exotic spices

12.1.2. Exotic animals

12.1.3. Slaves and labour

12.1.4. Natural Resources Ex: Oil, Coal, Gold

12.2. Entrepreneurs want to expand their businesses

12.2.1. Willing to fund the trip

12.2.2. Motivates in more exploration trips

12.3. The increase of naval army and naval fleets

12.3.1. Increasing amount of ships

12.3.2. Navy troops increases

12.4. New Technology and Innovations

12.4.1. New and stronger ships

12.4.2. New and more powerful weapons

12.4.3. Better directions and mapping

13. Resources the colonist looked for: Rachel, Yasmin & Jasmine

13.1. People

13.1.1. For slaves

13.1.2. Workers

13.2. Trade

13.2.1. Agriculture

13.2.1.1. Crops

13.2.1.2. Spices

13.2.1.3. Tea

13.2.1.4. Silk

13.2.2. Riches

13.2.2.1. Gold

13.2.2.2. Jewelry

13.2.2.3. Silver

13.3. Land

13.3.1. More power

14. Spread of Diseases

14.1. Cholera

14.1.1. An acute diarrheal infection

14.1.2. Cause

14.1.2.1. Ingestion of food or water contaminated with the bacterium "vibrio cholerae"

14.2. Tuberculosis

14.2.1. Serious infectious disease  that mainly affects the lungs

14.2.2. Symptoms

14.2.2.1. Severe Coughing

14.2.2.2. Weight Loss

14.2.2.3. Fever

14.2.2.4. Difficulty Breathing

14.3. Spanish Flu

14.3.1. 1918-1919

14.3.2. Deadliest flu pandemic

14.3.3. Caused pneumonia

15. The Effects of Colonization

15.1. Cultural Impact

15.1.1. Colonial legacies were still visible

15.1.2. A change in the culture of a colonized area or people group

15.2. Trade

15.3. Political Impact

15.3.1. Independent governments lack institution

15.3.2. Condensed territories under colonial rule

15.3.3. Although independent, still ruled by repressive and restricted regimes

15.4. Environmental Impact

15.4.1. Natural habitats were cleared, and turned into monocultural plantations

15.5. Religious Impact

15.5.1. Colonials forced religious behaviours

15.5.2. Disregarded religious tolerance

15.6. Slavery

15.6.1. Citizens were forced into slavery