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[ Pdf The Anglo-French Niger Convention of 1898: A Late Nineteenth Century Treaty for the Partition of West Africa by Colonial Powers » reverse-harem PDF ] by Martin Gosselin ✓ In The Last Decades Of The th Century, European Powers Carved Up Africa Among Themselves The Berlin Conference Of Was A Milestone In The Late th Century Scramble For Africa, When European Powers Competed To Claim Territory On The Continent The Berlin Conference Divided The Continent Between Different European PowersEuropeans Had Been In Direct Contact With North Africa Since Ancient Times Regular Contact With Sub Saharan Africa Was Established In The Mid s, With The Arrival Of Portuguese Sailors On The Coast Of West Africa Over The Next Years, There Were Extensive Commercial Relations Between Africans Living Near The Coasts Of Africa And European Traders The Atlantic Slave Trade Was The Most Notorious Aspect Of The Trading Relationship Between Europe And AfricaBut European Merchants Stayed Near To The Coast, And Few Ventured Inland There Were Few Attempts To Control Large Territories In Africa, Especially In Sub Saharan Africa Instead, Europeans Typically Only Held Trading Posts Or Small Colonial Enclaves On The Coasts Of AfricaAttempts To Conquer Or Colonize The Tropical Regions Of Africa Were Hindered By The Strength Of Local States, The Unfamiliar Climate, High Mortality From Tropical Diseases Among Europeans, And A General Lack Of InterestBy The Late th Century, The Situation Began To Change European Medical Knowledge, Which Had Been Fairly Backwards In Earlier Generations, Began To Improve The Result Were Improved Treatments For Some Tropical Diseases This, In Turn, Made The African Tropics Less Fatal To EuropeansEuropean Military Technology Had Advanced Significantly By The Late th Century, Giving European Nations A Distinct Military Advantage Over Most African States Africans Were Often Armed With Outdated Muskets, Or Iron And Steel Spears Or Swords Meanwhile By The Late th Century, European Nations Were Mass Producing Rapid Firing Rifles, And Some Of The st Machine Guns These Weapons Gave Them A Significant Military Advantage Over Their African RivalsBy The Late th Century, Western Nations Were Moving Away From The Use Of Enslaved Laborers On Tropical Plantations, And Towards Industrialization Now, Instead Of Only Seeing Much Of Africa As A Source Of Enslaved Workers For Their Colonial Plantations, Europeans Began To See The Continent As A Potential Source Of Raw Materials For Their ManufacturersAll Of These Factors Combined To Bring About The European Conquest Of Virtually All Of Africa With The Exceptions Of Liberia, Ruled By The Descendants Of African American Immigrants, And Ethiopia During The s, s, s, And Early s, The Different European Powers Gradually Extended Their Power Over The Regions They Claimed, Sometimes Through Treaties, And Other Times Through Military ForceThe The Anglo French Niger Convention Of Was A Treaty Between Britain And France That Delineated The Borders Between French And British Possessions In West Africa This Treaty Was Important Because It Determined The Boundaries That, Or Less, Are Still In Force Today These Decisions Determined The Borders Between The Modern Countries And Former British Or French Colonies Of Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, And Benin Formerly Dahomey Sometimes Borders Divided Relatives And People Who Had Previously Belonged To The Same Ethno Linguistic Groups A Person Who Fell On The French Side Of Nigeria Dahomey Border, For Example, Might Have Learned French As A Second Language And Migrated To The Colonial Capital Cotonou His Cousin On The Nigerian Side Of The Border, On The Other Hand, May Have Learned English As A Second Language, And Migrated To The Nigerian Colonial Capital Of LagosIn The Last Decades Of The th Century, European Powers Carved Up Africa Among Themselves The Berlin Conference Of Was A Milestone In The Late th Century Scramble For Africa, When European Powers Competed To Claim Territory On The Continent The Berlin Conference Divided The Continent Between Different European PowersEuropeans Had Been In Direct Contact With North Africa Since Ancient Times Regular Contact With Sub Saharan Africa Was Established In The Mid s, With The Arrival Of Portuguese Sailors On The Coast Of West Africa Over The Next Years, There Were Extensive Commercial Relations Between Africans Living Near The Coasts Of Africa And European Traders The Atlantic Slave Trade Was The Most Notorious Aspect Of The Trading Relationship Between Europe And AfricaBut European Merchants Stayed Near To The Coast, And Few Ventured Inland There Were Few Attempts To Control Large Territories In Africa, Especially In Sub Saharan Africa Instead, Europeans Typically Only Held Trading Posts Or Small Colonial Enclaves On The Coasts Of AfricaAttempts To Conquer Or Colonize The Tropical Regions Of Africa Were Hindered By The Strength Of Local States, The Unfamiliar Climate, High Mortality From Tropical Diseases Among Europeans, And A General Lack Of InterestBy The Late th Century, The Situation Began To Change European Medical Knowledge, Which Had Been Fairly Backwards In Earlier Generations, Began To Improve The Result Were Improved Treatments For Some Tropical Diseases This, In Turn, Made The African Tropics Less Fatal To EuropeansEuropean Military Technology Had Advanced Significantly By The Late th Century, Giving European Nations A Distinct Military Advantage Over Most African States Africans Were Often Armed With Outdated Muskets, Or Iron And Steel Spears Or Swords Meanwhile By The Late th Century, European Nations Were Mass Producing Rapid Firing Rifles, And Some Of The st Machine Guns These Weapons Gave Them A Significant Military Advantage Over Their African RivalsBy The Late th Century, Western Nations Were Moving Away From The Use Of Enslaved Laborers On Tropical Plantations, And Towards Industrialization Now, Instead Of Only Seeing Much Of Africa As A Source Of Enslaved Workers For Their Colonial Plantations, Europeans Began To See The Continent As A Potential Source Of Raw Materials For Their ManufacturersAll Of These Factors Combined To Bring About The European Conquest Of Virtually All Of Africa With The Exceptions Of Liberia, Ruled By The Descendants Of African American Immigrants, And Ethiopia During The s, s, s, And Early s, The Different European Powers Gradually Extended Their Power Over The Regions They Claimed, Sometimes Through Treaties, And Other Times Through Military ForceThe The Anglo French Niger Convention Of Was A Treaty Between Britain And France That Delineated The Borders Between French And British Possessions In West Africa This Treaty Was Important Because It Determined The Boundaries That, Or Less, Are Still In Force Today These Decisions Determined The Borders Between The Modern Countries And Former British Or French Colonies Of Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, And Benin Formerly Dahomey Sometimes Borders Divided Relatives And People Who Had Previously Belonged To The Same Ethno Linguistic Groups A Person Who Fell On The French Side Of Nigeria Dahomey Border, For Example, Might Have Learned French As A Second Language And Migrated To The Colonial Capital Cotonou His Cousin On The Nigerian Side Of The Border, On The Other Hand, May Have Learned English As A Second Language, And Migrated To The Nigerian Colonial Capital Of Lagos



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