What led to the Scramble for Africa? Colonial powers in Europe scoured Africa in search of gold left by ancient civilizations. Multiple European powers wanted African territory to create new ports along Asian trade routes. New
Explain why the British were interested in East Africa. What other countries claimed parts of East Africa? A: The British were interest in East Africa for strategic reasons--East Africa lay between the two British-controlled areas
Right before the war Imperialistic, territorial, Nationalism and economic rivalries had been intensifying among Germany, France, Great Britain, Russia, and Austria-Hungary. The Balkan war was from 1912 to 1913; all the major
What led to the Scramble for Africa? Colonial powers in Europe scoured Africa in search of gold left by ancient civilizations. New inventions and an economic slump in Europe led to the division of Africa for raw materials and new
How might a forest fire affect the health of people in nearby communities? (Select all that apply.) a. increased risks of asthma attacks b. increased risks of viral infections c. increased risks of bacterial infections d.
1 ' Africa's highest point, or the place with the greatest elevation is A: Victoria falls B: Lake Assal C: Mount Kenya D:Mount Kilimanjaro *** 2 ' Southern and Eastern Africa tends to be drier and cooler than West and Central
Which option critiques the factual accuracy of the summary? Read the summary. The earliest humans originated in northern Europe (1) and traveled south via land bridges to Asia and Africa (2). As people spread throughout the world,
17. Why have the people of West Africa started to work at the local level to help their economies? a. They have learned that their governments alone can do little to improve economic conditions b. Foreign countries have stopped
Which ones are true a. Some people in northern Chad are nomadic and raise camels and plant crops in oases due to lack of arable soil. b. In parts of West Africa they are careful not to cut down trees to make arable land. c.