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Chapter 27 : The Age Of Imperialism
Section 1: Imperialists Divide Africa
     Africa Before Imperialism
     Nations Compete for Overseas Empires
          The Congo Sparks Interest
          Motives driving Imperialism
          Forces Enabling Imperialism
     American Lands Become European Colonies
          Berlin Conference Divides Africa
          Demand For Product Shapes Colonies
     Three Groups Clash over South Africa
          Zulu Expansion
          Boers and British Settle in the Cape
          The Boer War

Section 2: Imperialism CASE STUDY - Nigeria
     Colonial Control Takes Many Forms
          Forms of Colonial Control
     Patterns of Imperialist Management
          Indirect Control
          Direct Control
     A British Colony
     African Resistance
          Unsuccessful Movements
          Ethiopia: A Successful Resistance
     Impact of Colonial Rule

Section 3: Muslim Lands Fall to Imperialist Demands
     Ottoman Empire Loses Power
          Reforms Fail
     Europeans Grab Territory
          Russia and the Crimean War
          Egypt Tries Reform
          Persia Pressured to Change
Section 4: British Imperialism in India
     British Expand Control Over India
          East India Company Dominates
          "Jewel in the Crown" Produces Trade Products
          Impact of Colonialism
     Indians Rebel
          Sepoy Rebellion
          Turning Point
     Indian Nationalist Movements Begin

Section 5: Western Powers Rule Southeast Asia
     Western Rivalries for Pacific Rim Lands
          Plantation Products Spur Competition
          Dutch Expand Control
          British Take the Malayan Peninsula
          French Control Indochina
          Colonial Impact
     Siam Maintains Independence
     U.S. Acquires Pacific Islands
          The Philippines Change Hands
          Hawaii Becomes a Republic
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