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Chapter 25 Outline – AP World History

Chapter 25 Summary   Western European industrialization fundamentally altered the nature of European overseas expansion. In previous times, Europeans sought desired material goods or moved against threats from external enemies. Industrialization brought new motives for expansion. Raw materials were needed to fuel industrial growth, and markets were required for manufacturing. Christian missionaries sought converts, but private initiative replaced state direction. …

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Chapter 25 Worksheet

  The rise of the British __________________________ in India owed much to the rivalry between the British and the French.   Madras, Bombay, and Calcutta became the administrative centers of the three __________________________ that made up the bulk of the territory that Britain ruled in India.   The venality and misgovernment of the Indian __________________________ resulted in the catastrophic Bengal famine …

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