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Table of Contents:
- What does British colonialism mean?
- What African countries are still under British rule?
- What countries owned Africa?
- Did Africa ever invade Europe?
- Where did most African slaves come from?
- What language did slaves from Africa speak?
- Does slavery still exist in the world?
- What food did slaves eat on the ships?
What does British colonialism mean?
British English: colonialism NOUN /kəˈləʊnɪəlɪzəm/ Colonialism is the practice by which a powerful country directly controls less powerful countries and uses their resources to increase its own power and wealth.
What African countries are still under British rule?
Great Britain got southern and northeastern Africa from Berlin. From 1880-1900 Britain gained control over or occupied what are now known as Egypt, Sudan, Kenya, Uganda, South Africa, Gambia, Sierra Leone, northwestern Somalia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, Nigeria, Ghana, and Malawi.
What countries owned Africa?
Countries that had colonies in Africa were:
Did Africa ever invade Europe?
Africans were never “in power” the way you put it, they never had enough power to colonize Europe. 'Moors' invaded and occupied southern spain for a pro-longed period of time, they were muslims from north africa.
Where did most African slaves come from?
West Central Africa
What language did slaves from Africa speak?
In the English colonies Africans spoke an English-based Atlantic Creole, generally called plantation creole. Low Country Africans spoke an English-based creole that came to be called Gullah. Gullah is a language closely related to Krio a creole spoken in Sierra Leone.
Does slavery still exist in the world?
Slavery isn't a thing of the past, but a reality for more than 40 million people around the globe. DW talks to one of the world's oldest anti-slavery organization about why slavery still exists today. Modern slavery transgresses borders, effecting people in countries across the world.
What food did slaves eat on the ships?
At "best", the enslavers fed enslaved people beans, corn, yams, rice, and palm oil. However, enslaved African people were not always fed every day. If there was not enough food for the sailors (human traffickers) and the slaves, the enslavers would eat first, and the enslaved might not get any food.
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