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2.27lecnotes - Lecture notes 2.27.07 Colonialism in Africa...

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Lecture notes 2.27.07 Colonialism in Africa Africans provided most of labor Excluded germany because they were taken away British believed their system was the best and Kenya indirect rule did not work as well because not centralized Kikuyu—largest group. Luo—second largest British created chiefs Anglo Egyptian Sudan—british/French and Responsible self government— Almost all macherinearal government British government therefore was not centralized Main reason why british opted to use African chiefs—cheaper Began to use European trained/raised Africans for civil service Sierra Leon look up The carded policy which said we are not going to support educated Africans British did not use “forced labor” Always expected to extract things from African continent Africans were to be westernized and civilized but never to assume any british citizenship or identity could not be assimilated into british culture In direct contrast to some of other territories Many people prepared for self-government at many levels
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