What countries have the largest colonies in africa countries had the largest colonies in Africa?
There are no more colonies in Africa. The last one (Southern Rhodesia) became independent from the United Kingdom in 1980. The nation that had the largest colonies in terms of land mass was France.
Countries in Africa don't have colonies, unless you count West Sahara and Morocco.
The three largest countries on the continent of Africa are Sudan, Algeria, and the Congo. The next largest countries in Africa are Libya, Chad, and Niger.
the largest country in Africa is Sudan and the smallest country in Africa is Benin and Ghana
What?! Africa is a country?
European countries that had colonies in Africa are: Belgium France Germany Great Britain Italy Portugal Spain
It is not true to say Africa is in colonies. Throughout its history people from many countries came to exploit its natural resources and to settle there and so many colonies were set up. All over Africa there are influences from many countries, particularly countries from Europe. Nowadays, these countries have left and Africa has independent countries in it, though many still have people from other countries living in it.
Congo is one of the largest countries in Africa. Sudan is the largest. Sudan Algeria Congo Libya Chad
The two largest countries in Africa by population are Nigeria and Ethiopia. By area, the two largest are Algeria and the Democratic Republic of the Congo
There are numerous large countries on the continent of Africa. The four largest countries are Algeria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan and Libya.
Largest river,Nile is in Africa. Pyramids are in Africa. Africa is the second largest continent on Earth. Africa is home to zebras,gorillas,rhinos and many other animals. Africa has 54 countries!
Sudan, Algeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Libya, Chad, Niger, Angola, Mali, South Africa, and Ethiopia are the ten largest countries in North Africa.
No. Africa is not a country. Africa is a continent made up of many countries.
Algeria is the second largest country in Africa. Sudan is the largest
The part of Africa that has the largest population is the Northern part. Most of the countries of Africa with the most population are located in the northern part of Africa.
Africa is not a country. It is a continent made up of many countries. It is the second largest continent (after Asia) with 11,677,239 square miles.
i think Algeria is ...
Lake Victoria is the largest lake in Africa. It is bordered by Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania.
France used to rule over vast colonies in Africa, especially in the west and central parts of the continent, after independence over 20 countries were formed from these colonies.
South Africa has a far larger economy
Sudan is the largest
because of the coutrey
Egypt and Sudan.
The continent of Africa is the 2nd largest and 2nd most populated continent in the world (second only to Asia). With a population of 1.1 billion people, Africa contains 15% of the world's total population. Nigeria is the largest country by population in Africa and Algeria is the largest country by landmass. Currently there are 54 countries in Africa, with 2 of them being disputed and not recognized.
Africa with 54 countries.
Answer: Sudan is the largest, followed by Algeria, then DR Congo, then Libya, then Chad, then Niger, then Angola, then Mali, and then South Africa.
Kind of. Morocco is in the middle range of African country sizes. It is the 25th largest country in Africa.
Which four countries? Here, I'll give you a list of countries that did establish colonies in Africa, and you can figure out which four didn't or whatever. Belgium Britain Denmark France Germany Netherlands Italy Spain Portugal
Settler colonies are colonies that contain people from other countries for example NZ, Africa and Australia.
Africa is a continent, not a country. It has over 50 countries. Some of its countries and some countries around the world were French colonies or colonies of French-speaking countries like Belgium, and so there are French influences in them and French is still spoken in many of them.
Portugal, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, and the United Kingdom all held colonies in Africa.
Prior to WW2, England had several colonies in Africa. They wanted to maintain security of the Suez Canal. After Italy gained control of the disputed countries in the Eastern edge of Africa, they began to attack British colonies.
South Africa is productive, and is the largest country in South Africa. It surrounds Letotho, which is also productive.
The people of Africa gained some of their independence from countries like Great Britain. These countries occupied much of Africa and created colonies there.
Colonies were a sign of power. They were a source of resources, labor, and wealth to European countries.
France and the United Kingdom.
France and the United Kingdom.
No. Africa is not a country. It is a continent composed of many countries. In terms of geographic area the largest country is Russia. In terms of population the largest country is China.
Rum was one of the largest exports.
Africa is the 2nd largest continent on the earth. Africa has over 50 countries in it. In Africa over 2000 languages are spoken. I hope this is very interesting to you!
No European countries own a "colony" in Africa anymore. Spain does, however, own two small cities in North Africa (they are not colonies, they are parts of Spain). France and the United Kingdom own some islands off the coast of Africa, as well.
First things first - only part of Africa was ever in the British Empire. France had a bigger land area in Africa than the UK, and there was also the Belgian Congo, which was huge, and holdings by other European countries. Britain started to colonies parts of Africa from the early 1800s. All British colonies were independent countries by the mid 1960s.
No that is ridiculous. There are no more African colonies.
South Africa Nigeria Egypt Andorra Morocco Sudan Tunisia Ghana Libya Kenya The above are the countries with the ten largest economies in Africa. Ghana Eritrea Ethiopia Mozambique Equatorial Guinea Rwanda Liberia Nigeria Zambia Democratic Republic of the Congo The above are the countries with the ten largest economic growth rates in Africa.
generally, on the sides of the countries they were colonies of
•Because they wanted the gold and diamonds in Africa and also trade. They also wanted colonies to gain wealth, power and prestige. It is also easier to trade in Colonies.
Sub-Saharan Africa includes most of the continent. Its five most populous nations are Nigeria, Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Africa, and Tanzania.
Africa is it's own continent. There are 54 countries located on the continent, and it is the second largest continent in the world.