5 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- a.k.a. Ghana. A profitable british colony
- Known as the BErlin West African conference.In 1884-1885 European colonial nations decided on a "First come, first serve basis" as the rule of dividing Africa. Arguments were made over the divisions.
- British leader that successfully defeated the Mahdi.
- Canal that link the Medditeranean to the Red Sea. Extremely important for trade and formerly controleld by Britain.
4 True/False Questions
West Africa → Diverse section of Africa. Ranged from large empires to small tribes. Either islamic or traditional tribal religion dominated.
Cape-to Cairo Scheme → a scheme to connect Africa from south to north by railway. Started in the late 19th century by Cecil Rhodes to connect Cairo, in Egypt, to Capetown, in South Africa.
Boer War → British ruler that pioneered "indirect rule" colonially in Nigeria
Lord Lugard → British ruler that pioneered "indirect rule" colonially in Nigeria