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title South Africa © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 24 Feb 2006
8000 BCE / now
rainfall – c. 1600 CE
Dutch settlements, 1652-1806
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 (1853-1902)
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
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
The Scramble for Africa
Industrial Revolution Source for Raw Materials Markets for Finished Goods European Nationalism Missionary Activity Military & Naval Bases European Motives.
Imperialism WH CH 11.
Imperialism in Africa & The Slave Trade
The Boer War 10/1899-5/1902.
Scramble for Africa Chapter 11 Section 1.
The Seeds of Racism in South Africa Why did the Afrikaner National Party create apartheid in 1948? Why did whites support racist ideas?
Imperialism Africa Before Large empires - small villages divided by: Large empires - small villages divided by: Ethnic groups Ethnic groups Languages.
Question 1 Name the conference that European countries came together to lay claims on Africa? A. Vienna Conference B. Berlin Conference C. London Conference.
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 Which of the following statements do you most agree with? A.A stronger country has the right to take over a weaker country. B.A strong country.
C. The Scramble for Africa C. The Scramble for Africa 1. King Leopold of Belgium a. 1870’s, sent a mission into the interior of Africa *Establish trade.
Cecil Rhodes and De Beers Consolidated Company. April Boer children playing –bank of orange river found a pebble-( Diamond) that transformed S.
Colonization of Africa
International Relations The South African/Boer War.
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