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Propaganda War (1884-1912) occurred during the era when European
Imperialism was at its greatest height. Demand for oriental goods
remained the driving force behind European imperialism, and (with
the important exception of British East India Company rule in
India) the European stake in Asia remained confined largely to
trading stations and strategic outposts necessary to protect trade.
Industrialization, however, dramatically increased European demand
for Asian raw materials, which diminished greatly; and the severe
Long Depression of the 1870s provoked a scramble for new markets
for European industrial products and financial services. Thus,
Europe turned to Africa.
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