World History

What was a motivation for imperial nations to expand their territory?

A)Imperial nations needed to build up their populations to increase national security.
B)Imperial nations needed more resources to supply their factories with raw materials.
C)Imperial nations needed to conquer other nations to maintain their military superiority.
D)Imperial nations needed to acquire territory so they could increase industrialization.

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  1. Prime motives were (are?) money, wealth, gold, etc. Anything that increased a person's or country's wealth.

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