Essay On African American Imperialism

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For centuries, the world has been involved with battles between different countries. Many battles or wars, deal with nations trying to take over one another. This concept is defined as imperialism. For example, in World War Two Adolf Hitler tried to take over every country in the world to become a great and all mighty ruler. This lead to several deaths, according to the article World War II , written by an Associate Editor, John Graham Royde-Smith, it proclaims, “The 40,000,000–50,000,000 deaths...bloodiest conflict, as well as the largest war, in history.” Thankfully, the allied countries were able to stop the evil man from ruling the entire world. One of those countries being Britain. England is one of the countries of Britain that is known to have the most literature history than any other country. However, England, in the 1900’s, began to try and take over small countries around the area. One in particular was Burma. Furthermore, the essay Shooting an Elephant by George Orwell, is a reflective story on Orwell, that has concerns on the British Empire and …show more content…

During the time of the story, Shooting an Elephant, Africa faced imperialism because of the weak countries it contained. Imperialism is not something for people or countries to brag about because it ruins the lives of others. Substantially, Europe and North America dealt with the most issues of imperialism at first and the concept began to spread worldwide. Although there was imperialism in Africa in Campbell’s article, the imperialism in Orwell’s story was flipped, leaving Britain as the weaker

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