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  • 14th Century European Towns
  • Gaining Inspiration from Henry the Navigator, 14th century Europe had a plan to explore the Unknown World.
  • We shall explore Eastward!
  • In the Permission of the King, shall we set sail to new peaks of dicovery
  • Setting Sail For The New World
  • The Europeans were eager to set sail and find new lands.
  • For GOD!
  • For Gold!
  • For Glory!
  • Exploring The Native Lands
  • In the name of the father.....
  • No.. I not want..
  • Give us your belongings and riches.
  • The Age of Exploration, led by the Iberians, stormed Great Britain and other countries in Europe to establish colonies in The Americas, Africa, and Asia.
  • Forced Labor with Discrimination
  • Ignorant NEGRO!
  • Having GOD, Gold, and Glory in mind, they explored the big world for new trade routes to India and Moluccas. This led them to invade indigenous lands and establish colonies, like that of the British Raj.
  • Revolution And Nationalism
  • You will fail to oust our monopolies.
  • With the clergy of the expedition leading the Native Christianisation, the viceroys appointed dealt with the native men in claiming their land, by either agreement or brute force.
  • Integration of The New Country
  • Being oppressed to work in plantations of cash crops by the foreigners, Native populations and other nationalistic groups form up and fight against corruption and exploitation.
  • With the colonizers discriminating natives and slaves, strife grew in man's hearts.
  • Stupid Slave!
  • The nationalistic agenda is pushed forward as the movement is lead by a united leader and is fulfilled in the works of liberty, which is devastating for the colonizers.
  • We had enough!
  • We will end your tyranny!
  • Who are you, anyways?
  • The liberation of the people from the devastating grasp of the foreigners, and is now integrated into a country led with integrity. Though the mother nation may not recognize the state until a proper motion is observed.
  • We, the people, have the right to govern ourselves with sovereignity.
  • We shall protect our people from oppression of any power in this world.
  • Be that as it may, but can we stand the test of time?
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