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AAS 111 – APRIL 2ND
Option 2
Compare and contrast British decolonization with French decolonization in Africa.
How was independence ‘gained’ in French colonies compared to British colonies following independence movements?
Who led these movements?
What factors were critical towards achieving independence in your examples?
Consider transnational concepts of economic and political structures, ideology, organizations, and culture.
Utilize at least two examples in your response (i.e. Gold Coast as a former British colony, Guinea as a former French colony).
Compare and contrast British decolonization with French decolonization in Africa. How was independence ‘gained’ in French colonies compared to British colonies following independence movements? Who led these movements? What factors were critical towards achieving independence in your examples? Consider transnational concepts of economic and political structures, ideology, organizations, and culture. Utilize at least two examples in your response (i.e. Gold Coast as a former British colony, Guinea as a former French colony).
How to Write a Compare and Contrast Essay
decolonization > the action or process of a state withdrawing from a former colony, leaving it independent basically the undoing of colonialism
Introduction
The motherland also known as the continent of Africa. A continent subjected to colonialism and being stripped of their resources. These resources meant to help the countries within thrive were susceptible to greedy and power hungry countries: Germany, Portugal, Belgium, and Spain and more specifically France and Britain. These countries were responsible for the “unlawful acquisition of lands” (Xiamora, W10) within Africa and claiming it as their own. This is known as decolonization; the process of undoing the self-imposed control over the native people within a specific area. In this paper, I will explore the similarities and the differences of the British and the French when it came to decolonization. I will analyze the reasons for decolonization, key leaders within the independence movements, along with which aspects they were alike and different.
Comparison
Differences with France
The British government understood that it could not manage to continue directly dominating its colonies although it intended to control the affairs of its former colonies
With the British government after WW2 they no longer had the resources to maintain control in the colonies t...

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