AFRICA IN PEACE AND WAR, 1920-1945

I. IMPACT OF THE GREAT WAR

   A. DESTRUCTION: KAMERUN, EAST AFRICA

   B. DEATH: PORTERS, SOLDIERS, INFLUENZA

   C. MANDATES OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS

        1. FRN & GB: SHARED TOGO, KAMERUN

        2. BEL: RWANDA & URUNDI

        3. GB: TANGANYIKA

        4. U of SA: SOUTH WEST AFRICA

II. EXPANSION OF WHITE SETTLEMENT

   A. CASH CROPS: COFFEE, COCOA, COTTON

   B. MINING: KATANGA, THE COPPERBELT

   C. USE OF MIGRANT LABOR

III. COLONIAL ADMINISTRATION STRATEGY

   A. FRN & PGL: ASSIMILATION

   B. GB: INDIRECT RULE

        1. SPREAD OF ISLAM IN WEST AFRICA

   C. BEL: A MIXTURE

IV. AFRICAN NATIONALISM AND PROTEST

   A. THE PROPHET SIMON KIMBANGU (CONGO)

   B. BAYA REBELLION & MASSACRE, 1928-1931

   C. MINE STRIKES: GOLD COAST, COPPERBELT

   D. PAN-AFRICAN MOVEMENT (MARCUS GARVEY)

   E. NEGRITUDE (LEOPOLD SENGHOR)

   F. EGYPT: WAFD (SA’AD ZAGHLUL),

       MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

   G. SOUTH AFRICA: ANC, 1923

V. THE SECOND WORLD WAR

   A. INVASION AND LIBERATION OF ETHIOPIA

   B. ATLANTIC CHARTER, 1941

   C. NORTH AFRICA, 1940-1943

   D. FREE FRANCE: EBOUE, BRAZZAVILLE

   E. IMPACT ON AFRICA

        1. MEN AND MATERIALS

        2. AIRPORTS, ROADS, HARBORS

        3. FIFTH PAN-AFRICAN CONGRESS, 1945

        4. CHANGES IN ATTITUDES

             a. IN AFRICA

             b. IN EUROPE