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Imperialism in Southeast Asia
Transcript of Imperialism in Southeast Asia
Desire for more land
Need for trade and resources
Desire for power
Laws of Primogeniture
Overcrowding of urban areas
More trade opportunities
Many countries in Europe were ruled by monarchs
Citizens did not have much say in how life was managed
People felt restricted
Europe Southeast Asia
Wanted resources, backdoor to China
The Dutch controlled Indonesia
The Germans controlled Malayan Peninsula
The French controlled Indochina(Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia)
The Spanish controlled the Philippines
More space for people and farming
export based economy
Europe conquered resistance from natives
Europeans were there for about four centuries