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See answers at bottom of page Puzzle Answers: Across: 1. Sepoys 2. Jute 3. Ram Mohun Roy 4. Raj 8. Delhi Down: 4. Railroad 5. Crop 6. Princes 7. Hands Off 9. Bombay 1 3 4 6 2 7 5 British Invasion British Invasion 8 9 2 The Imperialism Courier—April 11, 1915 Nations Confronted With Furious Resistors With Furious Resistors With Furious Resistors By Cesare Pampena, Editor—July 1, 1905 For several generations, Europeans were determined to take advantage of as much of the continent of Africa as possible. However, this certainly did not come with a great amount of risk and controversy. With the regulations set forth by the Berlin Confer- ence, each square kilometer of the continent could only be controlled by one European na- tion. Following the agreements made by this European-bound meeting, Africans quickly revolted against the decisions, citing various reasons. This revolt was mainly along the lines of the eradication of hundreds of native cultures. In Nigeria, the confrontation by the British utilized the extreme measures of mili- tary and ambassadorial tactics. Some accepted the fact that the British would be there to stay. On the flip side, those that were against the imperialists were quickly subject to at- tacks. Eventually, the entire territory was claimed by the British due to the acquisition of palm-oil plantations and trade. As European nations continued to ride the train of managing their newly acquired colonies, they had to determine how the natives would be able to live under the pressure of imperialists. The powers of hundreds of religions were strictly limited rather than elimi- nated. As a result, t On the other hand, the sophisticated measures taken by the Europeans fell short in just a single nation. In Ethiopia, Menelik II developed advanced weaponry to win over even the strongest of invaders. His large arsenal proved to be no match for the Imperialists coming from all directions of western Europe. Even though the Italian were briefly capable of invading the lone nation, the bat- tle of Adowa was the challenging factor that drove invaders out of their land. Even after succeeding, Menelik had to create a sufficient line of defense in order to maintain the status of being the only native nation that is left standing in Af- rica. The Battle of Adowa run- ning at full force, where the Italians attempt to grasp onto the power of Ethiopia, only to be drawn down by the intense pow- ers presented by the Ethio- pians. Credit: Nuttyhistory.com Hard News Story Credit: Encyclopedia of Clothing and Fashion Credit: Professor Haynes To the Europeans: Protect what To the Europeans: Protect what is left of African Culture is left of African Culture By Henry Walter, United States—Throughout the 19th century, the cultural status of Africa has been deteriorating at alarming rates. From the perilous wars that killed tens of thousands of Africans to plotting of imperialism with zero regard to retaining the culture of the land, the facts go on and on about the nega- tive effects. And the natives are constantly acting against these efforts with tac-
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