Presentation on theme: "Jason Tew. The Beginnings of the Scramble For Africa Imperialism in Africa began in the late 19 th century with many contributing factors. separation."— Presentation transcript:
The Beginnings of the Scramble For Africa Imperialism in Africa began in the late 19 th century with many contributing factors. separation of colonial Africa Berlin Confrence http://people.tribe.net/chaz/blog/4669c7b9-8ecc-43a2-9306- bd06eb70546http://people.tribe.net/chaz/blog/4669c7b9-8ecc-43a2- 9306-bd06eb70546f http://regentsprep.org/Regents/global/themes/imperialism/africa.cfm
Africa. The Dark Continent. Africa remained obscure to Europeans for much of history. http://www.sc.edu/library/spcoll/sccoll/africa/africa5.html http://www.repmanblog.com/repman/2008/01/tia-baby-tia.html
Major European People Cecil Rhodes (BSAC) King Leopold II Cecil Rhodes King Leopold II http://www.nndb.com/people/844/000060664/ http://brainiedeal.wordpress.com/2008/07/12/220/
African Workers in Mines Often times African workers were less skilled and treated very poorly.
Benefits and hindrances to African natives Natives taken from home to work or sold as slave Chiefs lived royaly African slave market
Scramble for Africa Cartoons Cecil Rhodes Transafrican Railroad Footprint of colonies on Africa Berlin Conference
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