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title South Africa © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 24 Feb 2006
8000 BCE / now
rainfall – c CE
Cape of Good Hope
Trade and conflict between the Khoi and Europeans
Routes of the Great Trek
mining economy – late 19 th c.
South Africa, 1899
British colonies and Boer Republics
Robert S.S. Baden-Powell
Boer women and children in concentration camp
British soldiers with armed Africans
Africa – late 20 th c.
Young cadets at Mafeking
Cecil John Rhodes ( )
Boer forces at Spionkop, January 1900
Boer women & children in a concentration camp
slaughtering sheep as part of the scorched-earth policy
The Seeds of Racism in South Africa Why did the Afrikaner National Party create apartheid in 1948? Why did whites support racist ideas?
South Africa Timeline Boers (Dutch settlers) claim land in Cape Town Zulu chief Shaka creates a large state north of Cape Town British take over Cape Town.
Unit: New Imperialism Topic: The British Take Over Africa.
African Resistance The Boer War. History of the Boers 1. The Dutch came to the Cape of Good Hope in 1652 to establish a way station. 1. The Dutch came.
Industrial Revolution Source for Raw Materials Markets for Finished Goods European Nationalism Missionary Activity Military & Naval Bases European Motives.
CH 21, sect. 2 PP Notes East Africa: Both Germany and Great Britain tried to control this area. Germany wanted to develop colonies, Britain wanted.
IMPERIALISM SOUTH AFRICA. THE DUTCH CAPE COLONY 1652 Established 1652 to resupply ships Boers(Dutch for “farmers”) take over Africans’ land & estab. Large.
Imp #3: South Africa 1.What is imperialism? 2.List 2 motives behind imperialism. 3.List 2 European advantages over Africans (such as inventions, technology,
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
The Scramble for Africa. King Leopold In the 1870s, the Belgian King Leopold sent emissaries to establish trade with native Africans in the Congo. This.
Timeline of South Africa Thousands of Years Ago African people inhabit the southern part of the African Continent.
AFRICA UNIT Chapter 4 – Section 5 Effects of European Rule.
Colonization of Africa 19 th Century. Colonialism Beginning in the early 19 th Century, Europeans aggressively tried to establish colonies in Africa.
Do-Now 11/9/15 Get out a notebook...we’re taking notes today! Title them - Pre-Colonial/Colonial South Africa Set them up Cornel Style Then do a free-write.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY Edited by Mrs. Browne Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY Edited by Mrs. Browne.
Under the Qing/Manchu Dynasty ( ), the Chinese restricted foreign trade In the 1800s, the British worked to develop trade relations with the.
Dutch Landing in 1652 Shaka Zulu (1785 – 1828) Boers Clash With the Xhosa Tribes Boer Farmer.
How did the drive for resources dominate the history of this country?
The Boer War 10/1899-5/1902. BACKGROUND: Culmination of a century of conflict between Dutch settlers and British settlers/crown/empire Dutch forced.
Question 1 Name the conference that European countries came together to lay claims on Africa? A. Vienna Conference B. Berlin Conference C. London Conference.
CHAPTER 17 Section 1:The Roots of Western Imperialism Section 2:European Claims in North Africa Section 3:European Claims in Sub-Saharan Africa Section.
Imperialism WH CH 11. imperialism – a policy in which a strong nation seeks to dominate other countries politically, economically, or socially.
Scramble for Africa. Effects of Industrialization European countries industrialize Need raw materials to make goods Need markets to sell those goods Strong.
Second Boer War C aim – to analyse why the Second Boer War happened and explain its course of events B aim – to analyse why the Second Boer War happened,
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