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Course Title[Course Code]:History of modern and contemporary Africa[HIST 3243]

Faculty: Arts
Department: History
Program: History
Compulsory / Elective:Compulsory
Undergraduate(Third Year-Second Semester)
Lecture:( 4 ) Practical / Clinical:( - ) Tutorial:( - )

Course Description:
The course aims at introducing the Africa and the movement of geographical statements - European colonization of Africa * Conflict between Spain and Portugal • the emergence of the English colonial in the field of competition • French colonialism in West Africa. • increasing competition in colonial Africa and the entry of other countries such as Italy, Germany and Belgium. • conflict between the British and the Boers in South Africa. Christian missionary and his role in the colonization of the territory of the African continent • African countries struggle to gain independence. • British Commonwealth as a kind of modern economic colonialism. • group الفرانكوفون and linking African countries after independence, France. • the impact of the Second World War anti-English and French colonialism in Africa. • United States and the establishment of the state of Liberia. • Africa and the Cold War between the Eastern and Western camps. • apartheid in South Africa and raised • African countries and debt problems, drought and disease after independence. • attempts of modern Zionism and attempt to colonize Africa economically and culturally. • Egyptian role in Africa since the era of Muhammad Ali so far. • Months African organizations. - Organization of African Unity Union of North Africa .. Etc..