- 1 Which Europeans controlled trade in the East Indies?
- 2 Which European country controlled the most in the East Indies?
- 3 Which European country had trading posts in the Canary Islands and the Philippines?
- 4 What was the company that directed trade to Asia?
- 5 Which country began explorations first?
- 6 What anti colonial movements or resistance to European rule occurred in Africa?
- 7 Which country is known as East Indies?
- 8 What are the East Indies called today?
- 9 What countries in the Middle Ages were called the East Indies?
- 10 Which was a major cause of European exploration?
- 11 What European nation profited most from trade with the East?
- 12 How did the British respond to the Chinese Tea Party?
- 13 Who discovered the original trade route from Europe to Asia?
- 14 Why were the Dutch pioneers in finance and why was their standard of living so high?
- 15 Why didn’t Italy take part in the exploration of new trade routes?
Which Europeans controlled trade in the East Indies?
The Portuguese were the first Europeans to establish a colonial presence in the East Indies.
Which European country controlled the most in the East Indies?
The Reach of Imperialism
|this European nation controlled most of the East Indies (present-day Indonesia)||Netherlands|
|this nation in Southeast Asia was able to remain independent||Thailand|
|the United States took control of this chain of islands after the Spanish-American War||Philippines|
Which European country had trading posts in the Canary Islands and the Philippines?
In time, Portugal’s success in Asia attracted the attention of other European nations. As early as 1521, a Spanish expedition led by Ferdinand Magellan arrived in the Philippines. Spain claimed the islands and began settling them in 1565.
What was the company that directed trade to Asia?
The Dutch East India Company, officially the United East India Company (Dutch: Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie; VOC; Indonesian: Persatuan Perusahaan Hindia Timur), was a megacorporation founded by a government-directed consolidation of several rival Dutch trading companies (voorcompagnieën) in the early 17th century
Which country began explorations first?
The Age of Exploration began in the nation of Portugal under the leadership of Henry the Navigator.
What anti colonial movements or resistance to European rule occurred in Africa?
The decolonization period also witnessed armed resistance, which occurred in such settler colonies as Kenya, Algeria, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique. In all cases, Africans took up arms against stubborn colonial regimes that were bent on staying put.
Which country is known as East Indies?
The East Indies is made up of several independent countries. The largest of these is Indonesia; its more than 13,000 islands form the greater part of the East Indies. Indonesia was formerly ruled by the Dutch as the Dutch East Indies. Its larger islands include Sumatra, Celebes, Java, and Bali.
What are the East Indies called today?
In a second, larger sense, East Indies refers to the Malay Archipelago (including the Philippines), which now is more commonly called insular (or archipelagic) Southeast Asia. Finally, in its broadest context, the term East Indies encompasses the foregoing plus all of mainland Southeast Asia and India.
What countries in the Middle Ages were called the East Indies?
Regions of the East Indies are sometimes known by the colonial empire they once belonged to, hence, Spanish East Indies means the Philippines, Dutch East Indies means Indonesia, and British East Indies refers to Malaysia.
Which was a major cause of European exploration?
There are three main reasons for European Exploration. Them being for the sake of their economy, religion and glory. They wanted to improve their economy for instance by acquiring more spices, gold, and better and faster trading routes. Also, they really believed in the need to spread their religion, Christianity.
What European nation profited most from trade with the East?
Cards In This Set
|What European nation profited most from trade with the East in the years directly following the Crusades?||Italy|
|Which nation did Prince Henry help to take the lead in overseas exploration?||Portugal|
|In the 1400s, what was the most important trade good from the East?||spices|
How did the British respond to the Chinese Tea Party?
How did the British respond to the “Chinese tea party “? Demanded compensation and access to Chinese territory where they could carry out their trade. This company is known as the East-India Trading Company.
Who discovered the original trade route from Europe to Asia?
In 1497 a Portuguese captain named Vasco da Gama (1469?-1524) put together an expedition in an attempt to sail around the southern edge of Africa to the port of Calicut, located on the west coast of India.
Why were the Dutch pioneers in finance and why was their standard of living so high?
Why were the Dutch considered ” pioneers in finance “? They established the Dutch East India Company, traded international currency through the Bank of Amsterdam, and had a high standard of living with luxury goods like diamonds, linen, pottery, and tulip bulbs.
Why didn’t Italy take part in the exploration of new trade routes?
Italy did not bother to take part in the exploration of new trade routes because, it was already in control of major routes to the East. Trading with long distanced countries was the principal way through which exchange of goods occur among the civilized countries in the time past.