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By 1914, what two nations controlled most of africa?

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    Check this map, especially noting the color key.

    http://www.fsmitha.com/h2/map02af.htm

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    thnx!

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    i'm seeing french and british. No european?

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    i'm really sorry to be impatient. is europe one of the nations, maybe?

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    Europe isn't a country. It's a continent. France and Germany are two of the many countries in Europe.

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    Great Britain is also a country in Europe, along with Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Poland, Italy, Greece, Albania, etc., etc.

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