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Italian Eritrea (1886-1941)

Italian Somaliland (1889-1941)

Italian Ethiopia (1936-1941)

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During the 1930s Italy took control of this eastern African nation?


What country did not come under control as a result of the Spanish American War?

Spain did not give up its African colonies. It lost Cuba and the Philippines.

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Ministry of the Colonies - Italy - was created in 1912.

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African countries colonized by Italy?

The African countries colonized by Italy were Libya, Somalia, and Eritrea. Ethiopia was occupied, but not colonized by Italy.

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NoSwitzerland did not have any colonies.

Who planted colonies in the southern Italy and Sicily?

The Greeks planted there colonies there.