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The three decades following the Berlin conference were chaotic as European powers competed to occupy and colonize Africa. Europe would be profiting off the resources that they collected from their reaction to far much weaker subordinate African colonies. As Europe’s wealth amassed, Africa’s wealth approached its end. It was soon Eu European intruders as a much stronger force than themselves and lost all their ties to older tradition through fear. In 1886, the British government commissioned and administered the development of the which was signed by many African rulers (doc.1). These Africans gave in but the document does not specify if they gave in because they lost sights of the nation they were once before. Another document of the reason why these Africans gave in would reveal if they saw the European threat as a to their tradition. The Ethiopian painting of the Battle of Adowa in 1896 where Ethiopians were victorious over Italian troops is also not clear on why the Ethiopians fought back (doc.5). Another document on why the Ethiopians fought back so vigorously would be more helpful. I so vigorously would be more helpful. In a lette On the other r written from an African leader to another African leader, he describes how German invaders killed one of his men everyday and it is obvious that change ropean intruders as a much stronger force than themselves and lost all their ties to older tradition through fear. In 1886, the British government commissioned and administered the development of the which was signed by many African rulers (doc.1). These Africans gave in but the document does not specify if they gave in because they lost sights of the nation they were once before. Another document of the reason why these Africans gave in would reveal if they saw the European threat as a to their tradition. The Ethiopian painting of the Battle of Adowa in 1896 where Ethiopians were victorious over Italian troops is also not clear on why the Ethiopians fought back...
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