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African Imperialism

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Suez Canal waterway between Mediterranean between Red Sea
Egypt where Britain gained control of to place to protect the suez canal
David Livingstone missionary that sourced the mile river and disappeared for years
Henry Stanley Helped king leopald claim territory in Congo
Congo River waterway that Stanley claimed for king leopald
King Leopald Belgian monarch that gained control of a huge colony in Central africa
Cecil Rhodes British imperialism supporter & business man that helped gain control of large parts of southern Africa
Shaka Zulu leader who resisted Euro colonization
Boer War Conflict between Dutch and British Settlers in Southern Africa
Created by: tiffanytbh