During colonization developed countries did what?
extracted resources from their colonies
Theoretically both countries should have benefited. The colony should have become more developed and the coloniser should have enriched itself from the new resources. In practice this seldom happened. The colonising country did indeed enrich itself often to the detriment of the less developed country.
The political entities of Africa decreased by the colonization of the Eurpeon countries and America (The political entities are the native countries that had retained their independance during the orignal colonization in 1880). Eventually only 3% of African still held independent countries by 1914. The other countries lost their rights and freedmon to other countries.
In fairness to Abraham Lincoln, some of the most prominent men of that era, both white and black, sincerely believed that giving freed slaves a country of their own, preferably in Africa, was the best solution. At that time, not everyone was convinced that the freed slaves could be peacefully integrated into American society (in fact, there was still great controversy over whether the two races could-- or should-- live together). The American Colonization Society…
The colonization of Africa was part of a worldwide drive to provide new resources and markets for Europe, usually at the expense of less-developed civilizations. Countries that did not initially seek colonies were drawn into the process, to maintain economic parity with the countries that did. Africa in particular offered manpower in the form of slaves, or African natives working in their homelands under colonial occupation.
Why do people with African ancestry make up the majority of central America and the caribbeans population?
Why are public health researchers concerned about exporting health problems associated with developed countries to less developed countries?
During the Pax Romana people had a sense of security. This enabled them to expand in their trade, colonization, business enterprises and intellectually. During the Pax Romana people had a sense of security. This enabled them to expand in their trade, colonization, business enterprises and intellectually. During the Pax Romana people had a sense of security. This enabled them to expand in their trade, colonization, business enterprises and intellectually. During the Pax Romana people had…