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Definition ~ Colony: A colony arises when one state becomes dependent on another state. Thus the colony takes over the laws/rules, education, religion and culture of the other state. The state uses the colony's ressources and habitants to improve their economy. Since 2. century AD 1400-1500 15th century 1553 Beginning of 18th century 1400-1861 Pre-Colonial Period trade between present-day Nigeria and the Mediterranean . • disputes of Kingdoms and transformation of territories -> all empires were broken up by the Europeans and appropriated as colonies -> 600 to 1807: Kingdom of Benin (South) -> 1400 to 1905: Southwest Oyo Kingdom of the Yaruba- (Conquered by the Fulani in the 19th century) -> 7th century: Hausa states (north) -> 700 to 1376: Northeast Nigeria share of Kanem Empire -> 16th century: Northwest share in Songhai Empire . beginning of portuguese slave trade -> internal and over a period of three centuries more than 3,5mio. slaves were shipped to mainly western countries first British arrived • the British had taken control of the slave trade ->slavery is abolished in 1807 Pre Colonial and Colonial Life in Nigeria Colonial Period • British declared Lagos their protectorate -> no ruling structure in the south -> indirect rule in the north => devide between Muslim north and Christian south Crown colony Lagos creation of one colony. -> western education & use of English -> spread of Christianity -> new forms of money →> transportation and communication -> économy based on cash crops after second...

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world war independence became a greater goal -> Nigeria was devided in three regions (North, South, South-East) mostly non-violent protest for independence Nigeria is granted independence • total independence from Britain → federal republic with a new constitution 1861 1886 1914 1950 1947-1959 01.10.1960 01.10.1963 Niamey BURKINA FASO Niger BENIN 1861-1963 4" Atlantic Kebbi Ovo Ogun Lagos PO Porto Lagos Novo -> Sokoto Kwara Yaruba Oc Niger Ondo Dayuisa NIGER Hausa & Fulani North-Nigeria Colony JZEN Indirect Rule Abuja Kogi OZinder Nassarawa Igbo South-Nigeria Colony No ruling structure Harcourt Bauchi Abudabakar political prisoners were Release -> elections carried out Plateau Koma Gombe Benue Yobe Taraba AMEROON Capital City National Border State Border and suppressed Independence & Post Colonial Period • Coup attempt & Civil War -> Johnson Aguiyi-Ironsi comes (Igbo) to power through a coup attempt. -> murdered in another coup attempt -> Yakubu Gowon comes to power the Igbo -> republic Biafra independent -> Biafra War (defeat) -> many more coups followed excluded from Commonwealth of Nations democratisation of Nigeria under Abdulsalami 0 CHAD Tschad- Borno O Maiduguri Adamawa Garoua 1. Federal Capital CHAD 100 200 1995. 1998. km 1967-1970 Sources https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Religius_and_Ethnic_map_of_Nigeria.png https://nigeriaembassygermany.org/ueber-nigeria.htm https://www.kinderweltreise.de/kontinente/afrika//nigeria/daten-fakten/geschichte-politik/ https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geschichte_Nigerias https://www.historians.org/teaching-and-learning/teaching-resources-for-historians/teaching-and-learning-in-the-digital-age/through-the-lens-of-history- biafra-nigeria-the-west-and-the-world/the-colonial-and-pre-colonial-eras-in-nigeria https://www.academicjournlas.org/JASD Handout "Pre-colonial life in Nigeria" (p.7).

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Digitales Plakat •Definition: „Colony“ •Timeline: Pre-Colonial Period, Colonial Period, Post Colonial Period

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Definition ~ Colony: A colony arises when one state becomes dependent on another state. Thus the colony takes over the laws/rules, education, religion and culture of the other state. The state uses the colony's ressources and habitants to improve their economy. Since 2. century AD 1400-1500 15th century 1553 Beginning of 18th century 1400-1861 Pre-Colonial Period trade between present-day Nigeria and the Mediterranean . • disputes of Kingdoms and transformation of territories -> all empires were broken up by the Europeans and appropriated as colonies -> 600 to 1807: Kingdom of Benin (South) -> 1400 to 1905: Southwest Oyo Kingdom of the Yaruba- (Conquered by the Fulani in the 19th century) -> 7th century: Hausa states (north) -> 700 to 1376: Northeast Nigeria share of Kanem Empire -> 16th century: Northwest share in Songhai Empire . beginning of portuguese slave trade -> internal and over a period of three centuries more than 3,5mio. slaves were shipped to mainly western countries first British arrived • the British had taken control of the slave trade ->slavery is abolished in 1807 Pre Colonial and Colonial Life in Nigeria Colonial Period • British declared Lagos their protectorate -> no ruling structure in the south -> indirect rule in the north => devide between Muslim north and Christian south Crown colony Lagos creation of one colony. -> western education & use of English -> spread of Christianity -> new forms of money →> transportation and communication -> économy based on cash crops after second...

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world war independence became a greater goal -> Nigeria was devided in three regions (North, South, South-East) mostly non-violent protest for independence Nigeria is granted independence • total independence from Britain → federal republic with a new constitution 1861 1886 1914 1950 1947-1959 01.10.1960 01.10.1963 Niamey BURKINA FASO Niger BENIN 1861-1963 4" Atlantic Kebbi Ovo Ogun Lagos PO Porto Lagos Novo -> Sokoto Kwara Yaruba Oc Niger Ondo Dayuisa NIGER Hausa & Fulani North-Nigeria Colony JZEN Indirect Rule Abuja Kogi OZinder Nassarawa Igbo South-Nigeria Colony No ruling structure Harcourt Bauchi Abudabakar political prisoners were Release -> elections carried out Plateau Koma Gombe Benue Yobe Taraba AMEROON Capital City National Border State Border and suppressed Independence & Post Colonial Period • Coup attempt & Civil War -> Johnson Aguiyi-Ironsi comes (Igbo) to power through a coup attempt. -> murdered in another coup attempt -> Yakubu Gowon comes to power the Igbo -> republic Biafra independent -> Biafra War (defeat) -> many more coups followed excluded from Commonwealth of Nations democratisation of Nigeria under Abdulsalami 0 CHAD Tschad- Borno O Maiduguri Adamawa Garoua 1. Federal Capital CHAD 100 200 1995. 1998. km 1967-1970 Sources https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Religius_and_Ethnic_map_of_Nigeria.png https://nigeriaembassygermany.org/ueber-nigeria.htm https://www.kinderweltreise.de/kontinente/afrika//nigeria/daten-fakten/geschichte-politik/ https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geschichte_Nigerias https://www.historians.org/teaching-and-learning/teaching-resources-for-historians/teaching-and-learning-in-the-digital-age/through-the-lens-of-history- biafra-nigeria-the-west-and-the-world/the-colonial-and-pre-colonial-eras-in-nigeria https://www.academicjournlas.org/JASD Handout "Pre-colonial life in Nigeria" (p.7).