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In Western Africa, the most important at the time was to protect and keep the trade alive.
In Northeastern Africa the biggest importance was to protect the sea route to British India, making Egypt very important to Britain.
In Southern Africa, diamonds were discovered along the Orange River causing Europeans to hurry to find them, as well as other resources like gold.
The Samori army was the best in Western Africa and they could repair items such as guns.
In 1882 Egypt, which is in Northeastern Africa was under British control and the British looked to expand south.
The South African War started in 1899 when the Afrikaner republics wanted to be free from the British, but had to surrender in 1902.
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