How Did Industrialization Blame For The Scramble For Africa

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Industrialization is the blame for the scramble for Africa, because without the technologies produced, and the mass production in which they were produced there would be no way for the europeans to over Africa as easily as they did. The “Scramble for Africa” was a complete invasion by european powers, between 1881 and 1914. Industrialization which is to blame for the scramble for africa is a process in which a society is transformed to using more machinery and producing more good along with inventing new technologies. Many new technologies introduced to europeans during this industrialization period led to the invasion however two were most helpful to the europeans, that Maxim Machine Gun, and the steam powered boat. The Maxim machine gun was

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