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Department
History
Course
HIST 1150
Professor
Tim Mau
Semester
Fall

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Week 7History 1150 Decolonization and its Aftermath the Congo and AlgeriaThe decolonization in Africa started late late to id 1950s In 1960British PM travelled to Africa talked about a wind of change 19601963most African colonies were freed from British Rule 1960 decolonization of Algeria and Congo International climate shifted snowball effect new liberated states could instill pressure Spain had very small holdings late 1960s also let go of its colonies in Africa Main period of decolonization19561975 1881 Scramble for Africathe beginning The Congo colonialisms heart of DarknessCongo
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