Title: Scramble For Territory Didn't Go Over Easy With Africans

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Subject: History
Author: Robert M
Date: July 15, 2012
Level: University
Grade: A
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Economic, social, and political climates in Europe created a sense of urgency among competitive nations to stake claims in and division of the Dark Continent. Basically, the scramble was an unjust race to plant flags and steal land. King Leopold II of Belgium precipitated the competitive race with his personal claim of the Congo Basin...

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European powers, thus, colonized (or dissected, I feel) most of Africa's interior, and only Liberia and Ethiopia remained free by 1900. It is my opinion that aggressive nationalism fostered international superiority and played a crucial role in maintaining European dominance and desire for total acquisition (annihilation in many cases) of African sovereign territory...

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