Sudan History

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    Explotation

    The British made the North have political parties and just left the South do what ever.
  • Country information

    Country information
    What is the capital of Sudan? Khartoum
    Who are Sudan’s neighbors? Kenya, Ethiopia, Chad, Central Africa Republic, Libya, Egypt
    What major rivers run through sudan? Nile River, Blue Nile, White Nile
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    representeives

    Northern politicians allocated just four of these posts to Southerns, a reflection both of racial prejudiceand the inadequacy of southern education
  • end odf 1st civil war

    this is the day that the1st Civil War ended. Parliament voted that Sudan become a fully independent country.
  • general Omar al-Bashir

    general Omar al-Bashir
    this is showing the northern peoples general making the southerns carry him. he has a ax in his hand that he had killed one of the men.
  • the 2nd civil war began

    the day the 2nd civil war started. it came to this by them finding oil in thesouth and wanting more power over everything. ALSO BY THEY WANT THERE RELIGION TO BE THE MAIN ONE.
  • North Sudans Power

    North Sudans Power
    This picture shows the leader of North Sudan and the General. They are making the BLACK/ AFRICANS carry them. this shows how much power they have. Also it shows their control over the oil.
  • OIL

    OIL
    The south and north are racing and fighting to get all the oil. you can tell its the south becuase the man is black and is in a army suit.anfd you can tell its the north because they are wearing islamic cloths.
  • DARFUR

    DARFUR
    you can see the people entering and exiting Darfur are islamic people. As Darfur represented as a tent you can ee dead people, blood and bones coming from under neath it.
  • dying by starving Picture

    dying by starving Picture
    This picture shows a African saying good by while they were dying. Then there are the White people not knowing what she is doing. You can see its the white people because they have bisness suits on.
  • HELPING THE SUDANESE PEOPLE?

    HELPING THE SUDANESE PEOPLE?
    THIS PICTURE IS SHOWING THE SUDANESE PEOPLE AT THE FRONT DOOR OFTHE UNITED STATES (WHITE HOUSE). THEY ARE COMING TO US BECUASE THEY NEED HELP, SURVIVING THIS WAR.
  • power over oil

    power over oil
    this is a asian man that is holding the torch for the olmpics and by his other hand you see falling from his selves are weapons and other things as such as that. Also the part where the sudan is it has oil coming from a line going in the torch.
  • An End to the Civil War?

    In July 2002, the Government of Sudan and the SPLM/A reached a historic agreement on the role of state and religion and the right of southern Sudan to self-determination. This agreement, known as the Machakos Protocol and named after the town in Kenya where the peace talks were held, concluded the first round of talks sponsored by the IGAD. Peace talks resumed and continued during 2003, with discussions regarding wealth sharing and three contested areas.
  • An End to the Civil War? part 2

    On November 19, 2004, the Government of Sudan and the SPLM/A signed a declaration committing themselves to conclude a final comprehensive peace agreement by December 31, 2004, in the context of an extraordinary session of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in Nairobi, Kenya.