What happened to the majority of the indigenous

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What happened to the majority of the indigenous political entities in Africa by 1914?
Predict how the decisions made at the conference changed Africa.
Document BHow did the Africans react to European imperialism?
Why was Britain adamant about shutting down the Boer rebellions?
How might the outcome of the Boer War affect other Africans? How did the outcome affect Britain’s reputation as a superpower?
Document CAccording to this political cartoon, what was the motivation behind European and American imperialism?To gain riches.What happened to Africa?Its economic potential was destroyed.Document DHow was this conflict a result of the Berlin Conference?
Reflect on your own. Should the Belgians be held responsible for the Hutu/Tutsi Civil War? Explain why or why not.
INDIABackgroundDefine the following:British Raj: The time period of British rule between 1857 and the Indian Independence Act of 1947.Sepoy: The name for the British Indian soldiers.Document AWhat was the British response to the Sepoy Mutiny?
Analyze the political cartoon. What does the lion represent? The tiger? The person?

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