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Things such as the slave trade, ivory, and wild animals were too valuable to the Europeans not to control Africa. Africa had its own culture and the Europeans, like they always have done, took it over without hesitation. It's sad to see what happened to the African culture, but if it did not happen then who knows where today's society would be...
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African Question #2
11 September 2000
Africa's Resistance to the Portuguese
The African history has been affected tremendously due to the influence of some European countries. Portugal, who probably had the greatest impact on the continent, was not shy in invading what they thought to be profitable circumstances...
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