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Nationalism. Unity against alien rulers by people of diverse nationality without common history e.g Nigeria, Kenya , Cameron Nationalism was therefore desire to create new identities to fight against colonialism

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Nationalism
Nationalism

  • Unity against alien rulers by people of diverse nationality without common history e.gNigeria, Kenya , Cameron

  • Nationalism was therefore desire to create new identities to fight against colonialism

  • Rise of new leadership in Africa who were Pan- Africanist rather than nationalist

  • Role of the artificial boundaries imposed on Africans by colonialism


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Nationalism

  • Role of education that produced the grave diggers of colonialism- emergence of elite among the colonized societies who were engaged in various means like accommodation or struggle for sovereignty self-fulfilment Educated Africans employed in inferior positions & Neglect on education- 3 Rs no secondary education in Chad, Angola, Mozambique, Guinea after WWII

  • Role of ex-soldiers frustrated after the war

  • Economic and financial hardships e.g European powers made colonies pay for the wars and administration


The ethiopian invasion
The Ethiopian invasion

  • Africans united and rallied against colonialism

  • They saw Fascism and Nazism as a racial nature of colonialism

  • Disappointed by the league led to the desire to protect the pride of Africa led to resurgence of pan-Africanism & Negritude

  • Thus rise of nationalism was influenced by both local and international scene


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