the role of the educated in the decolonisation of africa

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History

 

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Jasmine J

 

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January 15, 2016

 

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University

 

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No Longer could Britiain's cultural superiority be taken for granted. Decolonisation may be seen as a product of Britain's cultural outlook in this century." Although they had not been defeated in the 1st world war, France and England now seemed vulnerable and both Africans and Europeans started to question Europes's imposed right to control Africa...
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One writer comments that the colonial super powers' "assumption that they had a natural right to rule the uncivlised world " had been destroyed by losses during that war . Another writer states" The sight of white men using all horrors of scientific brutality on each other for a principle they denied to their non-white subjects made a profound psychological impact on colonial subjects throughout the European empires" ...
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