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Q: Why was colonization important to many European countries during the late 19th and early 20th century?
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Was religion more or less important in colonization by the end of the 16th century?

By the end of the 16th century, religion remained a significant motivation for colonization, especially for European powers like Spain and Portugal, which sought to spread Christianity to new territories. However, economic and political motives had also become increasingly important drivers of colonization, diminishing the sole focus on religious expansion.

How did The White Man's Burden present colonialism?

The White ManÃ?s Burden is a 19th century poem by Rudyard Kipling that implied the act of colonialism was the noble responsibility of European and Americans to help the natives of these countries to rise up and better themselves. The poem, in general, referred to the period of colonization of countries by European powers sometimes called cultural Imperialism as a noble Christian effort.

When did the colonisation take place?

Colonization by European powers took place over several centuries, starting in the late 15th century with the Spanish and Portuguese explorers. The height of colonization occurred in the 19th century when many parts of Africa and Asia were colonized by European powers. By the mid-20th century, most colonies had gained independence.

What was the time period when Europe colonized Asia and Africa called?

the first European colonization wave took place from the early 15th century (Portuguese conquest of Ceuta in 1415) until the early 19th century (French invasion of Algeria in 1830), and primarily involved the European colonization of the Americas, though it also included the creation of European colonies in India and other Asian countries (Spanish conquest of Philippines). The colonization of Africa largely did not take place during this era. During this period, European interests in Africa were primarily focused on the establishment of trading posts there, particularly for the Atlantic slave trade.The second major phase of European colonization, which was primarily focused on Africa and Asia, is known as the period of the New Imperialism.

When did northern European countries explore America?

in the 15 century

Which European countries colonized where in the Americas?

Spain did, on the 16th century.

How was sub Saharan Africa affected by the European colonization of the Americas in the seventeenth century?

Many Africans were sold into slavery and sent to the Americas(studyisland answer)

The city of the first European missionary activity was?

The city of the first European missionary activity was Santiago, which is the capital of Chile. The first European missionaries arrived in Santiago as part of the Spanish colonization efforts in the 16th century.

When did the European arrival in Zapotec?

The European arrival in the Zapotec region began in the early 16th century when Spanish conquistadors invaded Mexico. This marked the start of colonization and significant changes in Zapotec society.

Which European countries had influence over Iran during the 20th century?

Britain and Russia

In the first century the center of the church moved from Jerusalem to?

European countries and Rome.

The most important product of European industry in the 18th century?