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History Review ch. 9

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Capital of Egypt
Cairo
Capital of Sudan
Kharoum
Capital of Democratic Republic of Congo
Kinshasa
Capital of Ethiopia
Addis Ababa
Capital of Kenya
Nairobi
Capital of Tanzania
Kar es Salaam
Capital of South Africa
Cape Town
Suez Canal
Connects the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea
Horn of Africa
A peninsula on the eastern coast of Africa
Lake Victoria
The world's second largest freshwater lake and a major source of the Nile River
Lake Tanganyika
The largest and second deepest freshwater lake in the world
Cape of Good Hope
a peninsula at the southern tip of the continent
Drakesburg and the Atlas
Two major mountain ranges in Aftrica
Aswan High Dam
controls the flooding of the Nile River
Commonwealth of Nations
Great Britain and 52 former British colonies
Boer War
War fought between the British and the Dutch in South Africa
Communism
A great danger in Africa today
Sudan
Largest country in Africa
the Sudd
World's largest swamp
Serengeti
National park located in Tanzania
Egypt
First Arab nation to make peace with Israel
Pygmies
Shor descendants from the Democratic Republic of Congo
Boers
Dutch farmers in South Africa who were later Afrikaners
Barbary Coast
a place in northern Africa remembered for its fierce pirates
Ethiopia
African nation that has been independent for over 2,000 years
Sadat
Egyptian president that made peace with Israel
General Mobutu
He changed his country's name to Zaire
Haile Selassie I
Tried to modernize Ethiopia but was defeated by Communism
Kenyatta
First president of Kenya
Nyerere
The leader who brought Communism to Tanzania
Africa's modern day needs
The gospel, a stable government, Food,shelter, and education