• Early 1800s

    In the Eaarly century, th "Jallaba", a group of northern Muslum traders mostly from the Ja'aliyyin and Danagla tribes of the Nile valley, came in increasing numbers to southern sudan, especially northern Bahr alGhazal, witch became an important source o slaves.
  • Mid 1800s

    Raiding and hostage -taking slave like conditions and child traffing among rival sudaneese tribes before the arrival of invaders from the north
  • Late 1800s

    The south-western region of Bahr al-Ghazal was one of the most prominent centers of slve trading on the african continent in the late 19th Century.
  • Period: to


    Sudan is under joint British-Egyptian rule.
  • Picuture

    They arent getting help when they need it. They are about to die
  • Picture 7

    Picture 7
    Ithink this is a picture that is saying that the guy whipping the teddy bear is islamic but tried to pretend to be christian to trick them. Like saying that the teddy bear is sudan and its inocent and cant defend itself.
  • Pic

    North and South Sudan are fighting for the oil. The north looks mad and they are not working together. One is Islamic and the other is a Soldier.
  • Picture

    This is saying that they werent helping and their time was running out . THis is beause of the lack of supplies so everyone was dying and they were loosing time
  • Picture

    The North is doing nuthing for the south. In fact they treat them as slaes. They take their resources and leave the there to die and work for them.
  • Picture

    in the 1900s There was alot of oil. It representing how people didnt want to touch or get near oil becuse of the war they could get killed and die
  • Laws

    In the 1920s a series of laws, the Closed DIstricts Ordinaces placed tight controls on sccess to the south.
  • Southern Policy

    IN the 1947 Southern Policy was abandoned after the Juba confrence organized by the colonial government at witch sothern chiefs agreesd with the northen nationalist to pusue a united suda. A crash program of integration followed.
  • Picture

    They are taking the oil
  • Pic

    Its representing south Sudan thaey are fighting because of the oil and they care about themselfs not South Sudan
  • Cairo Confrence

    Southerners were noy represented at the 1953 Cario Confrence on Self-rule, on frounds that they had" no party organization".
  • Civil war Begins

    Civil war begins in the south, led by the Anya Nya movement.
  • Picture

    They want to be changed. Sudan wants the war to end beacuse they are being hurt.
  • South Sudan

    Under the Addis Ababa peace agreement between the government and the Anya Nya, the south becomes a self-governing region.
  • Picture 5

    Picture 5
    Its representing how people were dyingand there was blood every where and oil beause and fighting over it
  • picture

    One is big and fat like a pig beacuse it is eating everything and the other is dying f hunger , its a skeleton saying one is getting fat and the other is dying beasue they get no help and they are the unions
  • Islamic Law Impossed

    After widespread popular unrest Numayri is deposed by a group of officers and a Transitional Military Council is set up to rule the country.
  • US Strike

    President Bashir dissolves the National Assembly and declares a state of emergency following a power struggle with parliamentary speaker, Hassan al-Turabi.
  • Advnt of Oil

    Islamist leader Al-Turabi's party, the Popular National Congress, signs memorandum of understanding with the southern rebel SPLM's armed wing, the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA). Al-Turabi is arrested the next day, with more arrests of PNC members in the following months.
  • Peace Deal

    Government and SPLA sign landmark ceasefire agreement providing for six-month renewable ceasefire in central Nuba Mountains - a key rebel stronghold. Talks in Kenya lead to a breakthrough agreement between the government and southern rebels on ending the 19-year civil war. The Machakos Protocol provides for the south to seek self-determination after six years.
  • Bashir accused

    The International Criminal Court's top prosecutor calls for the arrest of President Bashir for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes in Darfur; the appeal is the first ever request to the ICC for the arrest of a sitting head of state. Sudan rejects the indictment.
  • Period: to

    Peace Accrod

    The Justice and Equality Movement (Jem) main Darfur rebel movement signs a peace accord with the government, prompting President Bashir to declare the Darfur war over. But failure to agree specifics and continuing clashes with smaller rebel groups endanger the deal.
  • People Where effected

    Some 655,000 have been displaced or severely affected by fighting between the army and rebels in states bordering on South Sudan, the UN reports.
  • Agree Trade

    The presidents of Sudan and South Sudan agree trade, oil and security deals after days of talks in Ethiopia. They plan to set up a demilitarised buffer zone and lay the grounds for oil sales to resume. They fail however to resolve border issues including the disputed Abyei territory
    Clashes with rebels in Darfur and South Kordofan region
  • Destroyed factory

    Explosions destroy an arms factory in Khartoum. Sudan accuses Israel of the attack on what is believed to be an Iranian-run plant making weaopns for Hamas in Gaza. Israel declines to comment.
  • Picture

    They are in Danger to die.THey are sick with no food.