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By Nzula, A.T., I.I. Potekhin, A.Z. Zusmanovich, R. Cohen, and A.Z. Zusmanovich

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In some cases, raw materials occur in the metropoles, and can be extracted in sufficient quantity. But the uneven development of the separate sectors of capitalist production, the relative backwardness of agriculture and the high price of domestic raw materials stemming from high ground rents, have led capitalists to prefer the import of cheaper raw materials from the colonies. Britain, in particular, which is a potential sheep-breeding country, prefers to import wool from Australia and South Africa.

Are involved in a prolonged and dogged struggle. South Africa has maintained a certain degree of independence in matters of tariff policy. A. A. has made some headway. 9%. Recently, Germany has persistently demanded the restoration of African colonies lost under the Treaty of Versailles. At a meeting of the German Colonial Society, its president, Doctor Schnee announced that: 'We do not consider our former colonies lost, despite the fact that they are at present controlled 30 FORCED LABOUR IN COLONIAL AFRICA by other states.

The palm tree was capable of satisfying a substantial part of that demand. Palm trees grow prolifically in West Africa, particularly in Nigeria and Sierra Leone. But the peasant had either no desire to produce palm produce for sale, or produced it in totally inadequate volume. They had to be forced to do so. To achieve this the entire country had to be turned into a colony. In 1862, under the pretext of combating the Nigerian coastal slave trade, the first British settlement in Nigeria was established, and in 1885 Nigeria was declared a British protectorate.

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