A 1963 prediction of Africa at the beginning of the 21st century

A 1963 prediction of Africa at the beginning of the 21st century

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‘They were right about the Portuguese fighting like hell to keep their colonies at least … Yeah they kept them until the early 70s, a time when pretty much all former colonial nations had given independence or abandoned their colonies

It’s even funnier when you think about that as early as 1914 there was an agreement between Britain and Germany to split Mozambique between the two Nation’s colonies, which was then obviously interrupted by another minor historical event, you probably don’t know about it’

History of Southern Africa

History of Southern Africa

“Why was the sultan of Oman in Zanzibar?”–RaRaRussianTree

“Trade empire, they owned a large part of the east coast of Africa before colonialism reached them. Oman has a very interesting history. They’re also part of the reason why the coast specifically of east Africa is largely Muslim”–lazyboy007