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      The Causes of the Scramble for Africa leading to the Partition

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      The causes of the scramble for and partition are debatable: Euro-centric views argue that it was due to humanitarian reasons while Afrocentric views argue that it was due to the development of imperialism, especially during the industrial revolution in Europe in 1750. Generally, the scramble for and partition of Africa was facilitated by social, economic and political factors.



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