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Title: The Conflict Between European Powers in Africa: A Case Study of the Compromised Conflict
Other Titles: ความขัดแย้งระหว่างมหาอำนาจยุโรปในแอฟริกา: กรณีศึกษาของความขัดแย้งที่ รอมชอมกัน
Authors: Meethong, Dhitiphong
Keywords: Africa
Fashoda Crisis Morocco crisis
Issue Date: 8-Jul-2021
Publisher: The 13th NPRU National Academic Conference Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University
Abstract: The purpose of this article is to study the conflicts of European powers on the African continent during colonial times. The results of the study showed that after the German reunification, Germany became a extreme power on par with England and France. However, the trouble for an overseas colony inevitably created a conflict between Western powers. The milestone was the Fashoda Crisis and the Moroccan crisis. The crisis that occurred has resulted in the conflict of Western powers. Until it almost led to a war but when the superpowers set up negotiations Including the signing of various treaties, resulting in the conflict to settle. Although the conflict of the European powers ended. But later there was a clear division in which to pull partners to join the group. This phenomenon has led to a feud of the two sides and became a catalyst for the great war in a later time.
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