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No, you do not need it I do!
We're here for the land
Although the African lands seem empty to the Europeans ,various of groups had competing claims over huge areas.
I want the land, I need it!
Give us the large area!!!
From the late 1800s, a series of local wars shook southern Africa.
Around 1816, a Zulu chief, Shaka, used highly disciplined warriors and good military organization to create a large centralized state.
Shaka's successors, however, were unable to keep the kingdom together against the superior arms of the British invaders.
In 1879, after Zulu king Cetshwayo refused to dismiss his army and accept British rule, the British invaded the Zulu nation.
In July, 1879, however, the Zulus lost the battle of Ulundi and their kingdom. The Zulu nation fell to British control in 1887.
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