By Nzula, A.T., I.I. Potekhin, A.Z. Zusmanovich, R. Cohen, and A.Z. Zusmanovich
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In the Gold Coast, for example, the entire central area of the present colony was inhabited by the Ashanti. By the beginning of the nineteenth century this tribe had already reached a fairly high level of economic, political and cultural development, and was already trading with Europe on a large scale. This highly centralized state, was led by a king and had a fairly strong military organization. The Ashanti in fact ruled the weaker tribes of the Gold Coast. They were aware of their complete independence and forced Britain to respect their sovereign rights by repeated rebuffs to her designs.
1 TERRITORIAL SHARES OF AFRICA BY THE IMPERIALIST POWERS sq. A. 000 8,000,000 2,410,000 2,100,000 1,590,000 310,000 100,000 FORCED LABOUR IN COLONIAL AFRICA AFRICA- IMPERIALISM'S RAW MATERIAL SUPPLIER One of the ct>ntral problems of modern imperialism and international politics in general is that of raw materials and raw material markets. It is also the subject of oflicial and secret world agreements and various conferences (particularly numerous in recent years). An immense and savage struggle is evolving be fore us -a struggle both diplomatic and military, bloody and bloodless- for the 'food' of industry, raw materials.
For example, a modem author who goes under the pseudonym of 'Yug'/ and has already written several books, writes as follows in Imperialism on the Black Continent: 'The moulds in which the control of the colonies of African and the equatorial countries as a whole is cast are to a certain extent shaped by climatic conditions. ' This statement he repeats several times and leaves it at that. Let us hear from a bourgeois author on this question. ' No doubt climatic conditions play some part, but to restrict oneself in the examination of this question only to appeals to geography would be to abandon any real explanation, for geography alone explains nothing.
Forced Labour in Colonial Africa by Nzula, A.T., I.I. Potekhin, A.Z. Zusmanovich, R. Cohen, and A.Z. Zusmanovich