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Almost 2 Million Africans Were Sucked Into World War 1, But Were Rewarded With More Colonization

Almost two million Africans were pulled into World War 1 as soldiers, workers and porters. What Africa got from this was just more colonization.

Almost 2 Million Africans Were Sucked Into World War 1, But Were Rewarded With More Colonization
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