African Colonization by Region - O.P.
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Western - The Native people and the Europeans fought wars over control of Timbuktu.
Timbuktu will be mine!
Western - The land in Western Africa was dry, and had few inhabitants.
Northeastern - The Suez Canal was opened in 1869 by Great Britain in order to make it easier to get to India.
Northeastern - Egypt was forced into having its finances managed by Britain and France in order to avoid financial ruin.
Southern - Valuable minerals, diamonds, and gold lured many people from Europe and Africa to this region. This led to rapid colonization of Southern Africa.
Southern - A racially unequal state was formed called the Union of South Africa. This was made up of the combination of British and Afrikaner colonies by the British government.
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