Why was colonialism so important to European nations in the late nth and early nth century?
Why was colonialism or the building of empires so important to European nations in the late 19th and early 20th centuries?
Colonies provided raw materials. Read More
the patterns of european colonialism Read More
European nations were able to generate new trade routes overseas Read More
Colonial boundaries caused problems in the twentieth century when African nations declared their independence. --toRk:) Read More
They dominated the gold income and diamond mines Read More
Most European nations were ruled by absolute monarchs in the eighteenth century. Some of these monarchs considered themselves enlightened despots. Read More
The nations of Europe had industrialized, and had developed technologies for weapons and transportation that far exceeded those of the native populations. Read More
In the 21st Century, many European Western nations have seen economic slumps and increased trade with Eastern nations. Read More
In the later years of the 19th century, European nations increased their domination of under developed peoples. They increased their power in parts of Africa and East Asia. Read More
Did the growth of nationalism in the first half of the nineteenth century lead to increased cooperation among european nations?
The growth of nationalism in the first half of the nineteenth century did not lead to increased cooperation among European nations, but to increased competition. Read More
What European nations explored and colonized north America during the late 15th century and early 16th century?
The Scandanavuans (10th Century) and Portugal (14th Century). Read More
Nepal Read More
Monarchy Read More
military tactics Read More
Where was the Brazilian model of the plantation colony followed in the 18th century by European nations?
The Caribbean Read More
The primary usefulness of the colonies acquired by European nations during the 19th century was to provide these nations with?
sources of raw materials and markets :) Read More
Countries with Imperial Monarchies were often guilty of using aggressive expansion and colonialism. European nations, Asian nations and Islamic nations all practiced this method of expansion. The largest expansion that ever happened in history was the violent expansion done by Genghis Khan. Read More
Trading was a major factor of European economies in the 16th and 17th century, Europe did not have everything they needed and would trade with nations to get it. Read More
Who benefited least from 19th-century imperialism A independent countries B colonies of imperial nations C imperial nations D nations under economic imperialism?
Colonies of imperial nations, such as Congo, India, Australia and Western Africa benefited the least during 19th century imperialism. France, Belgium, and United Kingdom conquered other lands to use the resources. This was known as exploitational colonialism. Read More
There were a lot of European nations that explored starting in the late 15th century. The main three that had a direct effect on the United States were Spain, France, and England (Great Britain). Read More
Much of Africa was colonized by European nations during the nineteenth century. The year 2001 marked the start of a new century. Read More
trade possibilites. Read More
i really don t know. Read More
They were exploited for their resources by various European powers, eventually leading to the negative consequences of colonialism and the present day struggle to emerge as a industrialized (and modern) nations. Read More
It was so important to other nations because England is the main leader of Europe, it is the most well known! Read More
Most African tribes and nations, most notably Ethiopia, and East Asian nations such as Japan and China are some of the most notable countries that resisted colonialism from Western imperial powers. Read More
The Netherlands was one of the original five members of the then European Common Market, which became the European Union. Poland joined, along with other Eastern European nations, early in the 21st century. Read More
For prestige and natural resource -not because of the black people Read More
Colonies were so important to European nations b/c of trade possibilities. Also colonies supplied the raw materials that the ruling countries needed to produce goods in their factories back home. Also some colonies were important markets for manufactured goods. Read More
The 19th century European imperialism was mainly caused by the desperate need of nations to secure their acquired territories and colonies. Also, they needed to strengthen their military forces to defend against possible invasion. Read More
European nations colonized Africa in the 19th century because of it's wealth of natural resources. Africa had a great amount of petroleum, lead, tin, copper and precious gems. Africa was a source of economic growth for the European countries. Read More
the united states still lagging behind European industrial nations Read More
The European Sea that is bordered by six Middle Eastern Nations is the Mediterranean Sea. The Mediterranean Sea was an important route for merchants an travelers during ancient times. Read More
Their economy, politics, healthcare and education. Read More
The name of the United European Nations is called: The European Union (EU) Read More
He traveled to France to get help from European nations. Read More
Nationalism: Devotion to the interests of one's nation. Colonialism: A nation's policy of exerting control over foreign nations/territories. == == == == Read More
The colonies supplied European nations with wealth such as raw materials, natural resources, trade routes, and a market place for finished goods. Read More
Which has been a major change in the political situation of western Europe in the last 20th century?
Western European nations have worked cooperatively for security and prosperity. Read More
Why were European nations able to conquer large sections of Africa in the 19th and the early 20th century?
Europeans possessed more advanced military technology. Read More
in the Monroe Doctrine the two important points are that the British were concerned that the European Nations were meddling in the Western Hemisphere and the Monroe Doctrine also gave freedom of the new nations Read More
There are no "European nations " in the United States that caused them to get involved in the war. European nations are in Europe. Read More
During the Cold War the effect of colonialism was very apparent in Africa. Many nations shifted towards communist like governments. Read More
Nationalism was (and has always been) a very important part of unify a nations populace for a common goal or agenda. This can be scene in the likes of Nazi Germany in a negative use or in India during the 20th century during the time of Gandhi. Nationalism or instilling in a people a sense of national pride or identity would have been especially useful during the 19th century because of the expansion of many… Read More
ok i think its European empire buildres nations Read More
Over-sized 'nations' created by the Europeans for their own reasons, which lumped together tribes of people who hated each other. There won't be peace in Africa until they divide their countries up into something like tribal units. Read More