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Imperialism in Southeast Asia

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Imperialism in Southeast Asia
Chapter 11: Section 5
Ms. Garratt
What is the Pacific Rim?
Explain European Intervention
п‚— Strategic interests
п‚— Malayan Peninsula
п‚— Singapore
п‚— Economic
п‚— Markets
п‚— Raw materials
п‚— Plantation Crops (rubber, tropical plants)
п‚— Cultural-religious
п‚— Missionaries
The Dutch
п‚— Portugal
п‚— Dutch East India Company
п‚—
п‚—
п‚—
п‚—
controlled all of the
Indonesian archipelago
Called Dutch East Indies
Rich in plantation crops, oil
& rubber
Rigid social structure
Dutch East Indies
Plantation Agriculture - Rubber
The British & the Malayan Peninsula
п‚— Singapore became vital
because:
п‚— Needed way-station for
Indo-Chinese trade
п‚— Opening of Suez Canal &
increased demand for tin
and rubber
п‚— Established colonies in
Malaysia & Myanmar
п‚— Encouraged Chinese
immigration
п‚— Malays became a minority
п‚— Conflict continues today
Singapore
The French & Indochina
п‚— Murder of missionaries
п‚— Emperor Napoleon III 1840s
п‚— Indochina included
п‚— Vietnam
п‚— Laos
п‚— Cambodia
п‚— Direct control
п‚— Industrialization disallowed
п‚— 4x more land devoted to rice
production
п‚— However VN consumption
decreased as rice was
exported.
Siam (Thailand) Independence
п‚— Neutral zone between British
controlled Burma & French
Indochina
п‚— Modernization of edu, legal &
gov under King Mongkut & son
п‚— Built its own infrastructure
п‚— Reforms came from its own gov
which reduced:
п‚— Racist treatment
п‚— Social turmoil &
п‚— Economic exploitation
US Imperialism in the Philippines
п‚— Cuban War of Independence
п‚— Presidents Cleveland and
п‚—
п‚—
п‚—
п‚—
McKinley
Yellow Journalism
Sinking of the USS Maine
Attacked Philippines first
Took over their territories
п‚— Guam
п‚— Puerto Rico
п‚— Philippines
п‚— Emilio Aguinaldo
Emilio Aguinaldo
п‚— Betrayed by US
п‚— Led rebellion which lasted
from 1899-1902
п‚— US promised it would
prepare them for self-rule.
п‚— US encouraged growing of
cash crops
Queen
Liliuokalani
US Imperialism in Hawaii
Many opposed any kind of colonial imperialism
Two groups supported imperialism.
п‚—
Duty to fulfill its destiny as world power
п‚— Business interests motivated by markets and need for raw
materials
п‚— McKinley Tariff
п‚— Queen Liliuokalani
п‚— Sanford B. Dole
п‚— Republic of Hawaii
п‚— Republic of Texas
Westernization
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