The Wind of Change

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The Wind of 6/6/57 gold coast first to independence-ghana led by kwame Nkrumah celbrated as a a hero and visionary other African nations would follow between 56 and 64 26 african nations gained independence from colonial rule end of an era, a new generations of African nationalists had come to power. Men like Ahmed Sekou Tuoure (guinea) and lummumba and Nkrumah. Period of great optimism Dream of uniting under a single flag with a black star for each country. Nkrumah’s hopes for independence had begun during ww2. U.S. Prsident FDR secured a promise from Churchill that all nations would be allowed to chart their own independent courses, the beginning of t he end of erupean colonialism. Mahmood Mumandi, PhD – Historian Columbia University “A new power was on the world seat, the U.S.A. It faced a world that had already been containerized, by the European Powers and it said ‘open up, unlock we want in.’ and that unlocking was independence from the US point of view.” As WWII drew to a close, The United Nations reformed it would provide a forum where
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