However after World War One, Rwanda was given to Belgium who divided the country into three groups: the Hutus, Tutsi and Twa. The colonists believed that the Tutsi were a superior group because they were more "white" looking '.  The Hutus were therefore persecuted until 1959 when the Hutus overthrew the Tutsi government. However source nine depicts that before this time, the Hutus were forced to pay the Tutsis in order to work on their land and were treated as second class citizens. In addition 'any peasants who opposed the evolving order were treated with unmitigated harshness '.
Congolese were cared for and treated as if they were animals. All except traditional rulers who were assigned to collect taxes, had no role in the government. Profit made in Congo was used to beautify Belgium and boost their economy. However, even after Congo gained independence, instead of focusing on regrowing the nation, Congo regressed due to several reasons. Therefore, both the colonization of Congo and their regression contributed to the changes made in the Congolese lifestyle and their economy which particularly arose through the vast labour camp set by the king, Belgians brainwashing the Congolese, and Congo’s regression after their independence.
Adolf Hitler, was an aspiring artist but there was no success coming his way therefore he screened for Austrian military service in 1914, and was put into war when world war 1 started, being deployed in october 1914 to Belgium. He ranked up after being wounded in war and then moved on to take up a political position, through the Nazi party which grew bigger after Hitler joined.This new found power of his allowed for the start of his destruction. “Hitler 's hatred of poverty, his rabid devotion to his German heritage, and his loathing of Jews
Jack the City History is fraught with serial killers that committed unbelievable crimes. One of the most celebrated and commercialized is called Jack The Riper. Jack the Ripper is not the most notorious, successful or the first serial killer the world saw. Yet a lot of people consider him to be the godfather of the whole concept of serial killers. One of those killers, who easily outran Jack the Ripper is Herman Webster Mudgett, better known as H. H. Holmes, who bought and renovated a building in Chicago thus transforming it into a hotel where he killed foreigners, mainly women but also men and children during the World 's Columbian Exposition in 1893.
From his observation he realized that there was no trade that was taking place between the Belgium Africa. When Morel realized that King Leopold was using slaves to produce goods for his own benefit, he began his trip around the world to mobilize the people in the fight against forced labor. Morel’s efforts became the first ever human rights lobby group in the twentieth century. The book written by Adam Hochschild, tackles various issues during the slave period. In his work the author brings out various themes in the first half of the book.
The Patrice Lumumba Assassination The Belgians have had control of the Congo from 1908 to 1960. They had never had the thought of allowing the people of the Congo to have self independence due to the fact they have low experience with organization and maintaining a ruling government over a country. The Belgians created a 30-year plan which would allow the Congo to prepare them for independance but African Nationalists expected it immediately. With very little education of how to run an election, Patrice Lumumba because prime minister. Lumumba made incorrect decisions and this caused problems between him and the Belgians.
George and Hazel’s fourteen-year-old son has been arrested, but on page one it reads, “It was tragic, all right, but George and Hazel couldn’t think about it very hard.” In Guy and Mildred’s society, there is war getting ready to happen and people around the world dislike their country since they’re better off than others. But, just like George and Hazel, no one thinks about the war in Fahrenheit 451’s society. On page fifty-five of Fahrenheit 451, Captain Beatty says, “We must all be alike. Not everyone born free and equal as the constitution says, but everyone made equal.” This quote is similar to “Harrison Bergeron” because their society was made equal to each other just like in Fahrenheit’s society. On
It's understandable to see journalists vent out. It's their community that has been hurt. But for you and me, I think neither Charlie Hebdo matters, nor the 139 children. Just to be sure, there are 2000 people, mostly children and women, dead in Nigeria at the hands of Boko Haram. And there are many dying in Syria, Sudan, Congo daily, without a cry being raised for them.
The punitive expedition was not only regarded as a great British achievement, but also as a justified penalty of "uncivilized savages" who "slaughtered" the British expedition a month ago. Thus, the British media didn't stop talking about Benin and its civilization. However, this huge interest in the kingdom of Benin lasted until the discussion had been regarded as repeated profusely. The bronzes arrived in Benin after a period of discussion about how primitive the people of Benin are. This caused a lot of confusion to the British scientists, ethnographers, and European press.
The French Revolution was an unsuccessful revolution. First, the Reign of Terror hugely contributed to how the revolution was unsuccessful. Specifically, countless number of people died for no reason. Second, unique individuals and groups that helped shape France weren’t a satisfactory for the people. Third, the revolution started with monarchy and ended with monarchy; there were no changes in the form of government.