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Yousif Elmaghrabi Africa during the World Wars Article 1: Africa and the First World War Article 1 is talking about the impact of the million people that died in East Africa, the article states that WW1 had little to no impact on the Africans as it was seen as just “one episode in the long history” of brutal acts. The first article also talks about how Europeans colonies controlled colonies that belonged to Germany became theirs. Article 2: Africa in World War II: the forgotten veterans Article 2 is talking about how millions of soldiers fought for their colonies in World War II. The article states that many African soldiers had no choice but to join the war as they were forced. Many blacks didn’t receive rewards or anything for their hard work. Article 3: The Africans who fought in WWII Article 3 discusses how fearful this war was for many Africans participating in it and they pretty much said it was hell.
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