Sample Essay on The Rise Of Colonialism In Africa
The empires in Europe and their needs to take control of the raw materials and untapped supplies abundant across Africa founded the development of Imperialism in Africa. The British territory was one of the primary wrongdoers in their effort at forming colonies throughout Africa for financial and strategic purposes (MacKenzie, 2005). The history of colonization in Africa started in the middle nineteenth century and pursued until the twentieth century for most of the European colonies leaving behind a path of fatality and destruction, as well as battles that still fume today because of the Imperialist tactics and attitudes of divide and overthrow. This approach used tried to enact policies that guaranteed a ‘divide and rule’ power control formula which ensured that the majority of the people within the settlements were in conflict with the ‘white’ minority in order to safeguard loyalty or rule for the imperialists.
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