Title: Rule Of U.K
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Other injustices were made against the Ashanti as well. The British quietly annexed the Ashanti's land in 1901, calling it the Gold Coast. The British public rejoiced at their victories in Africa. Any critics of their method of conquest were either silenced or ignored. Britain was greedy for land. It was said of South Africa that wherever water and good land are, British settlers must take over...
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In the takeover of present-day South Africa, civilians were attacked. Houses were torched, the natives were kicked off of their land, and barbed wire was put up where they had previously lived. This policy was politely named "pacification," but more appropriately called "hammering." Kenya in 1920 was filling with new immigrants...
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