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Ch 13: European Imperialism & Colonization

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European Imperialism & Colonization - Chapter Summary

Our chapter on European imperialism and colonization contains video lessons that outline ways that early European companies expanded their countries and power. Topics covered here include colonialism and imperialism in the international system, as well as how European countries began colonization in the Americas. Once you complete this chapter, you should be ready to:

  • Outline the trades and battles associated with European imperialism in China
  • Discuss the rivalries and invasions in Africa related to European imperialism
  • Explain the role of the British East India Company in imperialism in India

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