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What is imperialism? How does this picture relate to it? BTW This is not a Q straight off an assignment I have to write an entire essay on this so please give as detailed an explanation as possible

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    please help???

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    hol on i had the same exact thing i had todo and same pic to so ill just copy and paste mine and as long as you dont just word for word put my same essay you should be good just take some points from my essay. hope this helps

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    In the cartoon England, Germany, Russia, France, and Japan are discussing or planning how they are going to divide china up into spheres of influence and China is objecting to their plan. Some of the distortion or exaggerations of this carton I would say would be the knives; as if they are cutting or splitting the pieces of the pie or pizza that is ‘China’. As well as the faces and characteristics of the people. The cartoon says the nationalities represented are; the queen of England, German emperor, Russian czar, French republic, Japanese emperor, and a Chinese official. (England, Germany, Russia, France, Japan, china.) When describing the expression or body language of the people in the cartoon I would say that the queen of England and the German emperor seem to disagree while the Russian czar and French republic seem to be deciding and in agreement by the way her hand rests on his shoulder. The Japanese emperor seems deep in thought and maybe slightly confused or frustrated based on the placement of wrinkles on his face; by his eyes and around his mouth. The fact the Chinese official stands above and apart from the rest shows his views on the situation differ and by his face I can conclude it’s by disagreement with them but the people sitting pay him no mind representing China has no say in what happens. The word ‘China’ in the cartoon on the pie/ pizza seems to be divided upon slices representing the division of spheres of influence. After learning about imperialism I think what is going on in this cartoon represents the decision of spheres of influence upon China by England, Germany, Russia, France, and Japan. However even though China is objecting to this their opinion or say is not needed nor matters in the situation at hand.

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    i got a good grade on mine so you can trust my essay =)

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    Thanks SOOO much!

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    no prob! aha

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