Europe and the World, 1650-1830
Europe and the World, 1650-1830 is an important thematic study of the first age of globalisation. It surveys the interaction of Europe, Europe's growing colonies and other major global powers, such as the Ottoman Empire, China, India and Japan. Focusing on Europe's impact on the world, Jeremy Black analyses European attitudes, exploration, trade and acquisition of knowledge.
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6 Migration settlement slavery and colonies
7 Warfare with nonEuropeans 16501750
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Africa Angola areas army Asia Atlantic Atlantic Slave Trade attack Australia base beneﬁt Bengal Brazil Britain British Cambridge captured China Chinese Christian coast conﬂict Cook’s culture defeated difﬁcult Dutch East India Company economic eighteenth century empire English especially established Europe Europe’s European expansion European powers example expedition exploration exports ﬁnd ﬁrst force fortiﬁcations France French colonies frontier helped History Hudson’s Bay Company impact imperial important Independence inﬂuence interior islands Jesuits knowledge land large number linked Louisiana major Marathas maritime merchants Mexico military missionaries Mughal Native Americans naval non'European North America Northwest Passage Ocean ofﬁcials Paciﬁc period plantation political Pondicherry population Portuguese problems proﬁt reﬂected Revolution River role route Russians seen sent settlement settlers Seven Years War ships signiﬁcant slave trade slavery societies South South Asia Spain Spaniards Spanish speciﬁcally successful sugar territorial transoceanic travelled Treaty Turkish Turks voyages West Indies Western