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    threat to order within the colony. Differences in German behavior extended beyond their treatment of colonial rebellions. In territories where there was effective rule before colonization, the Germans coopted local power structures in order to administer through them in a form of indirect rule. In Kamerun, the Germans ruled the country be enabling local chieftains through military support to administer broad swaths of territory. This allowed them to avoid heavy direct involvement in the territory and reduced the cost of maintaining the colony. In German East Africa however, their were not strong native systems to use and so the government was forced to rule though Arab government agents. This has a direct impact…

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    Indeed, Operation Sledge Hammer raised up General Karangi’s strategic credentials because this was not only his main ‘first’ but also the first air force officer to become the CDF. Moreover, his experience, strategic response and the results are the focal point of international military acclamation and study. The East Africa’s response to radicalization, terrorism and organized crime has also grown into international levels. On July 17, 2014, General Karangi was awarded the Legion of Merit…

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    conquered into their army and as they infiltrated major civilizations they acquired Chinese techniques and technology of siege warfare (Strayer Pg. 366). The Mongol movement represented a cultural movement between nomadic pastoralists and the settled civilizations of Eurasia that spread to china, Persia, and Russia. The crusading element of European expansion was prominent among motives of Spanish and Portuguese explorers. The Columbus voyage was the most important event of the 15th century. In…

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    After the First International Conference on the sleeping sickness in 1907 I was sent to the Gold Coast in western Africa to study the disease and provide new ways for the British Government to combat the disease. Sleeping sickness is a vector-born, a parasitic pathogen, disease spread by the tsetse fly. The disease comes in multiple stages. The first stage’s symptoms include fever, itchiness, joint pain, and mild headaches. The second stage is how the disease gets its name because people who get…

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    Expansion of our enterprise into Africa will provide a host of challenges and opportunities to our core value of diversity. Before venturing into this new land, significant regard is required for the culture differences between our own company and employee cultures and that of the national and individual cultures of local nationals to hire for our expanded operations, in order to mitigate the risk of cultural collision (Daniels, Radebaugh & Sullivan, 2015, p. 50-51). As the individual group…

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    wanted to do my experiment. I also read a few of the experiemtn that I found online, and had a good understanding of different ways people have done this experiment and how hilarious some of the reaction was. Another reason why I chosed this Norm was that I felt that it was one that wouldn’t bring any harm to me. I felt that I wasn’t doing anything illegal, but it would also attract a lot of attention, where I could get people to react and be a part of the expereimt. I also chosed this norm…

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    The Berlin Conference of 1884 created and divided Africa into different European sections of control. The Conference was designed to set rules and guidelines that would allow the European powers to extract and capitalize on what they believed to be Africa’s full market potential. Africa being one of the last remaining untapped continents of colonization, the Europeans saw Africa as an opportunity to expand their growing industrial economies. However each European power dealt with their own…

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    Halana Kaleel SOC 366 17 October 2014 Uganda Early Uganda and Colonization by Britain Before Uganda was colonialized in the late 1800’s, the area of Uganda was a variety of different ethnic and religious groups. However, the Bugandans who live in the southern part of present day Uganda were the largest. The northern part of present day Uganda was Sudanic and Nilotic tribes, and there was strain between the north and south. Uganda is on the great lakes of central Africa, and located on the…

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    Uganda Research Paper

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    Uganda is a landlocked country and it is located East-Central Africa, west of Kenya, east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.(https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/resources/the-world-factbook/geos/ug.html). During the age of colonialism, it was the named " the pearl of Africa" by Sir Winston Churchill because of the beauty and wonderful vegetation. Uganda is a country with beautiful birds, wildlife and climate becoming a centre of attraction for tourists. After gaining…

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    valuable primary sources of Burton’s expeditions of India, the Middle East, Africa, and the Americas. Specifically in Africa, Burton had the fortune of being the first European to enter many African lands never explored by outsiders. Burton led the expedition to East Africa that in 1858 discovered Lake Tanganyika and, through his deputy Captain John Hanning Speke, the headwaters of the Nile, Lake Victoria Nyanza. After trekking the Cameroons Mountains in 1862, he led an extraordinary expedition…

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