history grade 10
posted by kyle on .
Could you please help with should the Europeans have tried to change the beliefs of the people in their colonies durind imperialist times,what do you think the reasons would be?
What gave Europeans that right?
Westward expansion in the 19th century is an example of which theme of geography?
No they shouldn't. Take the Roman Empire for example, even though it is not colonial imperialism, it was able to maintain and support its huge empire for such a long period of time because it didn't challenge anyone's cultural beliefs and religious practices. This meant that the people of the Roman Empire had no reason to revolt against it because not only did it not go against their beliefs but it also benefited them through the Pax Romana.