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Imperialism in Madagascar.
Transcript of Imperialism in Madagascar.
In 1989, Madagascar’s government began a policy of encouraging foreign companies to build industrial plants there, and most foreign trade is with France. European country that controlled Madagascar Madagascar has been controlledby the french since 1885.The literacy rates were low and infant mortality rates were very high in Africa and other colonized countries. Also, industrialization and civilization in general were almost nonexistent in Africa at the time. Dates under it's imperial control Madagascar was established by military force in (1895-1896)
1896- French parliament voted to annex Madagascar.
1865 & 1868 - treaties are signed with England and France respectively.
December 1894 - France invades Madagascar and takes the captial Tana on October 1, 1895. France loses only 20 men in battle during the campaign but more than 6,000 to disease. Positive and negative impact of imperialism in Madagascar. How the people of Madagascar resisted against the control of France, Why The french took over Madagascar. Form of imperialism used to control Madagascar. When and how Madagascar regained Independence. Madagascar gained independence from France in the wake of decolonization. After a brief de facto protectorate period beginning in 1885 the island became a full formal French protectorate in 1890 then a colony in 1896 making Madagascar gain full independence. Some negative effects were that the literacy rates were low and infant mortality rates were very high in Africa and other colonized countries. Also, industrialization and civilization in general were almost nonexistent in Africa at the time. Madagascar The people of Madagascar resisted, vying for their own land, and in 1946, became an overseas territory of France. There was more fighting and over 11,000 people were killed in an unsuccessful rebellion against the French in 1947. Finally, in 1958, France’s overseas territories voted on the question of independence, and the Malagasy Republic came about, completely independent in 1960. The whole country was completely under rule. For Madagascar's resources.