African History Choice Board
By: Emily Hale
1. Why did the Europeans first take interest in Africa?
2. Who started the transatlantic slave trade?
3. Why were the Europeans still interested in Africa after the slave trade ended?
B) To expand trade routes and spread Christianity
C) Crops, healthy soil, and farming land
D) all of the above
4. What is colonialism?
A) Revenge on your friend who stole your pineapple
B) Forced control of one nation by another nation
C) Strong pride in one’s country
D) Empire building by taking over other countries government, trade, and culture
5. What is imperialism?
A) Traveling a great distance to trade
B) Empire building by taking over other countries government, trade, and culture
C) Forgetting to do your home work
D) Forced control of one nation by another nation
6. Which of the following countries involved in the berlin conference.
C) EU nations
D) All of the above
7. What were the two countries not colonized by European nations?
A) U.S. & Canada
B) Britain & Germany
C) Liberia and Ethiopia
D) None of the above
8. What was the cause of the Berlin Conference?
A) Because they partitioned Africa civil war and genocide broke out
B) They partitioned Africa’s continent
C) They caused WW3
D) Both A and B
9. What term is used to describe the European colonization?
A) A bad idea
10. What impact did the berlin conference have on Africa?
A) Civil wars and genocide became a problem
B) People left Africa
C) Africa became a dictatorship
D) They used slaves again
Apartheild in africa
The apartheid was an organization in South Africa that stripped the black people of their rights and segregated them from the whites and mistreated them. The apartheid was established in 1948. The following people are the people who were a key in the fall of the apartheid F.W. De Klerk and Nelson Mandela. F.W. De Klerk was the president at the time of the apartheid and the time of the African national congress (ANC). Nelson Mandela was the leader of the African National Congress and the first black, democratically voted leader/president after the apartheid was ended.
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