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Algerian cavalry on parade during WW1 at Veurne (Belgium)

Algerian cavalry on parade during WW1 at Veurne (Belgium)

During the 1800s, over 10 million Congolese Africans suffered at the hands of King Leopold II of Belgium. King Leopold II was responsible for the death of these Africans and the mutilations of their bodies.During the 1800s, over 10 million Congolese Africans suffered at the hands of King Leopold II of Belgium. King Leopold II was responsible for the death of these Africans and the mutilations of their bodies. When Europe was dividing up the continent of Africa, King Leopold II of Belgium…

During the 1800s, over 10 million Congolese Africans suffered at the hands of King Leopold II of Belgium. King Leopold II was responsible for the death of these Africans and the mutilations of their bodies.During the 1800s, over 10 million Congolese Africans suffered at the hands of King Leopold II of Belgium. King Leopold II was responsible for the death of these Africans and the mutilations of their bodies. When Europe was dividing up the continent of Africa, King Leopold II of Belgium…

Negro Village  The goal of that was to demonstrate people born in Asia and Africa, and show their primitive and sometimes even savage lifestyle. Such zoos, especially in Germany, had strongly pronounced racist implication, which was taken from the Social Darwinism currents, when people from Africa were often demonstrated together with monkeys in order to show their common origin.

Negro Village The goal of that was to demonstrate people born in Asia and Africa, and show their primitive and sometimes even savage lifestyle. Such zoos, especially in Germany, had strongly pronounced racist implication, which was taken from the Social Darwinism currents, when people from Africa were often demonstrated together with monkeys in order to show their common origin.

Empire Building in Africa. Between 1800 and 1900, Great Britain, France, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Spain, and Portugal placed virtually all of Africa under.

Empire Building in Africa. Between 1800 and 1900, Great Britain, France, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Spain, and Portugal placed virtually all of Africa under.

In the late 1800s and early 1900s, seven European powers – France, Germany, Britain, Italy, Spain, Belgium and Portugal – were active in claiming African territory as their own. By 1914, the vast majority of the continent was under European control, with France dominating the northwest, while British possessions were concentrated in the east and south. European colonial activity in Africa was motivated by a variety of factors.

In the late 1800s and early 1900s, seven European powers – France, Germany, Britain, Italy, Spain, Belgium and Portugal – were active in claiming African territory as their own. By 1914, the vast majority of the continent was under European control, with France dominating the northwest, while British possessions were concentrated in the east and south. European colonial activity in Africa was motivated by a variety of factors.

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