Asked in History of Africa
What nick name became attached to Africa in the 19th century?
White mans grave. This is because many english explorers came to Africa, but died because of the wild animals, diseases, heat, etc. ...
Asked in World War 1, Germany in WW2, Africa, Nicknames
Because so many explorers died during this time what nickname became attached to Africa?
The tropical parts of Africa were nicknamed the White Man's Grave.
Asked in Slavery
Can you visit kunta kinte's grave?
I doubt that you can find Kunta Kinte's grave because obviously back in the 1800s, i don't think they were marking graves, especially for slaves. even if Kunta Kinte's grave was marked, with the passage of 3 centuries, i don't think it can be traced today in the 21st century. But wherever the grave is, may this great great son of Africa rest in peace. ...
Asked in Belgium, Imperialism
What did the king of belgium claim his reason for imperialism in the Congo was?
He beleived the congo was the "White Mans Burden", the europeans claimed that they needed to civilize africa. ...
Asked in Plants vs. Zombies
How do you destroy a grave in Plants vs Zombies?
you plant a grave buster on the grave and it will destroy it in a few seconds, but a zombie can destroy the grave buster when it's planted on the grave so you should put something in front of the grave buster when it is destroying a grave. hope it helped :D ...
What does grave offense mean?
One of the meanings of "grave" is "serious." From Dictionary.com: 1. serious or solemn; sober: a grave person; grave thoughts. 2. weighty, momentous, or important: grave responsibilities. 3. threatening a seriously bad outcome or involving serious issues; critical: a grave situation; a grave illness. A grave offense is a serious offense. ...