Apartheid and Mandela

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    Indian Independence Movement

    The Indian Independence movement was a series of historic evens with the ultimate aim of ending British rule in India. This lasted from 1857 to 1947.
  • African Labor policy.

    African Labor policy.
    The new pass of laws were enacted which made a reliable supply, of African labor for gold and diamond in mines.
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    Congo Independence Movement

    Reports of widespread murder, torture, and other abuses in the rubber plantations led to international and Belgian outrage and the Belgian government transferred control of the region from Leopold II and established Belgian Congo in 1908.
  • Salt March

    Salt March
    The salt march was an act of civil disobedience led by Mohandas Gandhi to protest British rule in India
  • Defiance Campaign

    Defiance Campaign
    Due to these humiliating laws, Africans began to protest. Which included the massive women's protest in Pretoria, burning the passes at the police station.
  • Native Labor Act.

    Native Labor Act.
    The act set up a legal system of "Racially segregated trade unions". and made it illegal for Africans to strike under any circumstances.
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    South Africa Aparteid

    The Apartheid in South Africa was the racial segregation under the all-white government of South Africa which dictated that non-white South Africans were required to live in separate areas.
  • The Mau Mau rebellion

    The Mau Mau rebellion
    The Mau Mau stepped up its attacks on the European settlers and Kikuyu. In these attacks mainly women and children, were murdered. British troops began to reinforce local forces to try and counter this.
  • Reference book law enacted

    Reference book law enacted
    This book would be carriedby the African males ages 16 and up, this would refer there employment history and personal information.
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    Mau Mau rebellion.

    The Mau Mau rebellion was sparked because of British rule in Kenya.
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    Cuban Revolution

    The Cuban revolution lasted six years. The Cuban revolution was the overthrow of Fulgencio Batista's regime by 26th of July Movement and the establishment of a new Cuban government led by Fidel Castro in 1959.
  • Nation Liberation Movement

    Nation Liberation Movement
    The NLM was a Ghaninaian political party formed in 1954. Set up by disaffected Ashanti members of the Convention peoples party, who were joined by Kofi Abrefa Busia.
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    Ghana Independence Movement

    The Gold Coast also know as Ghana Gained independence from Britian.
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    Algerian War for Independence

    The Algerian War was a war fought between France and the Algerian National Liberation Front, and ultimately led to Algeria winning its independence.
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    Cambodian Civil War.

    The Cambodian Cilvil War was a civil war in Cambdoi fought between the forces of the Communist Party of Kapuchea also know as the Khmer Rouge, This war was to destroy the homes and livelihood of many people.
  • National Liberation Front

    National Liberation Front
    The National Liberation Front was represented by its own diplomatic staff in all communist countries and in several countries. The NLF attempted to overthrow of the South Vietnamese government and the reunification of North and South Vietnam.
  • Sharpville Massacre.

    Sharpville Massacre.
    Because of the protests, that were caused because of the unjust laws. Got out of hand and the police would go on to massacre 69 protestors.
  • Grand Apartheid Policy

    Grand Apartheid Policy
    The Bantustans also known as the "Homelands" were where the Africans would be sent off which had their citizenships stolen. Was justified by being called a "Separate development"
  • Fidel Castro

    Fidel Castro
    Fidel Castro was a revolutionary and politician who was the leader of Cuba from 1959 to 2008, serving as the prime minister of Cuba. Fidel Castro fought to overthrow Fulgencio Batista's military junta by founding a paramilitary organization.
  • Assanation of Patrice Lumumba.

    Assanation of Patrice Lumumba.
    Lumumba was executed by a firing squad on January 17, 1961. Lumumba was executed to protect the US interest at the height of the Cold War.
  • Group Areas Act.

    Group Areas Act.
    More than 860,000 people were forced to move in order to divide and control racially-separate communities at a time of growing organized resistance to apartheid in urban areas.
  • Khmer Rouge

    Khmer Rouge
    The Khmer Rouge is the name that was popularly given to members of the Communist Party of Kampuchea. The Khmer Rouge were very clever and brutal. Their tactics were effective because most of us refused to believe their malicious intentions.
  • Colonization of South Africa Homelands

    Colonization of South Africa Homelands
    The Bantu Homelands Citizenship Act of 1970 declared that all Africans were citizens of the "Homelands". They state that it was the "Ulitmate Goal" Of having no Africans in South Africa. Because of this, the four homelands became "Independent".
  • Homelands.

    Many Africans would be found in violation of past laws, and were stripped of their citizenship and were deported to the poverty-stricken rural "Homelands"
  • Mass Removal

    Mass Removal
    From 1960 to 1983, the apartheid government forcibly moved 3.5 million black South Africans. Which was of the largest mass removals of people in modern history.
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    Iranian Revolution

    The Iranian Revolution lasted only 1 resulted in the destruction of the monarchy and led to a Islamic republic.
  • Iran Hostage Crisis

    Iran Hostage Crisis
    On January 20, 1981, 2 American Diplomats and citizens were held hostage after a group of militarized Iranian college students, who supported the Iranian Revolution, took over the U.S. embassy in Tehran and took them as hostages.
  • Nelson mandela

    Nelson mandela
    Nelson Mandela was an activist for African rights that was imprisoned for his peaceful protest. He would later beset free from prison where he would still have a major impact for Africa and would go on to be the first black president of South Africa.