Most of the western part of Africa was colonized by France. The countries of Spain, Britain, Germany, and Portugal also colonized this part of Africa.
It was colonized because there was a lot of gold and diamonds in Africa
Only 1 country colonized South Africa (England).The Dutch east India company set up a port in South Africa which lead to some people settling in South Africa but not under imperial order
All of the large European countries colonised Africa.
What was the main reason European countries colonized Africa in the 19th century?
Germany and then South Africa.
The French culture, the french language and religion in Africa are some lasting results in France of having colonized countries in Africa.
The British I believe. No one country colonized Africa. Several countries divided African during the "Scramble for Africa" timeframe. Countries such as the British, Portuguese, Spain, France, Netherlands
England primarily, especially southern Africa. (South Africa, etc.)
So many countries in Africa speak European languages because many European countries invaded and colonized Africa, particularly:Francethe UKSpainPortugualThe Netherlands
Both countries were colonized by European imperial powers. India was colonized by Great Britain, and Haiti was colonized by France.
Basically all except Ethiopia.
Answer this question… Both countries were colonized by European imperial powers. India was colonized by Great Britain, and Haiti was colonized by France.
There are 25 countries in Africa that have French as one of the official languages. That means that France has colonized about 25 countries in Africa (Don't forget there have been revalutions and countries have changed.) Most of West Africa speaks French as well as Madagascar.
Dutch followed by Britain
Ethiopia and Liberia
I believe it is Europe.
Liberia and Ethiopia
West Africa was largely colonized by the French. Because of this, it was known as French West Africa. The countries of Algeria, Mali, Niger, Chad, and others were all colonized by the French, and did not gain their independence until the last half of the 20th century,
England colonized many countries including America and Canada. The Bahamas, Guyana, Belize, India, South Africa, Nigeria, Cameroon, Pakistan and Egypt were also colonized by England.