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Imperialism Vocab

Vocabulary and important concepts for imperialism in Africa in the 1800s.

TermDefinition
1800s The Europeans colonized Africa during this century.
Imperialism This is the policy of dominating another country's culture, economy and government.
Christianity What major religion did the Europeans bring to Africa?
Slaves What were European trying to get from Africa during the 1600s and 1700s?
Natural Resources Europeans colonized Africa in the 1800s in order to get...
Genocide The intentional murder of a specific group of people based on ethnicity, religion, or political beliefs.
Pan-Africanism A belief that Africans around the world should work together to solve the problems of African and think of themselves as one people. It helped unite the people during many of Africa's independence movements.
Nationalism Pride in ones people group. Often leads to a desire to establish a country for your people or gain independence from a foreign power.
Berlin Conference Meeting where the European powers divided Africa without asking any Africans
Jomo Kenyatta The first African president of Kenya.
Created by: Mrs. Gordon SS