What: A confrence between the 14 major western world powers to discuss about Africa.
Who: Major 14 western world powers.
What was the Berlin Conference?
-It was when the German chancellor Otto von Bismarck called together 14 of the western powers of the world to ask questions and end confusion over who has the control of Africa.
When did the Conference take place?
- They all met in 1884.
Where did the representatives meet?
-The country representatives met in Berlin, Germany
Who was invited?
- The 14 major western powers of the world were invited, but a rep for Africa was not invited.
What:It regulated European colonization and trade in Africa during the New Imperialism period, and coincided with Germany's sudden emergence as an imperial power.
Who:14 western powers
What- a conference to set ground rules between each country (who can take what pieces of land and where each border would start and end)
Who- 14 major western world powers
What was the Berlin Conference?
~It was a conference with 14 leaders of the western world to discuss the control of Africa.
When was the Berlin Conference?
~The Berlin Conference was held in 1884.
Where did they have the Conference?
~They had the Berlin Conference in Berlin, Germany.
Who was represented in the conference?
~Austria-Hungary,Portugal, Belgium, Denmark, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden-Norway,the Ottoman Empire, and the United States.
What: Group of countries came together to discuss Africa
Who:14 major western countries
Who: France, Germany, Italians, and Belgians (Africa wasn't invited)
What: Lay some ground rules for the development of sub-Saharan Africa.
It was a conference between the powers of Europe to discuss how to divide Africa. It was in 1884 and was called by Chancelor Otto Van Bismarck of Germany. They met in Berlin.
What: It was a conference to talk about who has control over Africa.
Where: In Berlin, Germany.
Who: 14 western powers.
What: 14 major western world powers come together to discuss africa. (Who gets what)
Who 14 major western world powers.
What role did Otto von Bismarck play in the Berlin Conference? He called a meeting to order, in order to end the confusion of the control of Africa.
When the conference was called to order what percent of Africa was under traditional and local control? Eighty percent of Africa was under control.
Where were the people in the conference from? They were from fourteen of the Western powers, but a representative from Africa was not there.
Who were the Western world powers? Some of bigger, powerful European countries, and some others.
What was the Berlin conference?
It was a conference to discussion and negotiate the end of the confusion of who owned what of Africa.
Who was involved?
There were 14 men from the western powers including Otto Von Bismark
Where was the conference at?
What: Countries coming together to discuss Africa
Who: 14 major western countries
What: It was a conference called by Otto von Bismarck where fourteen western powers got together to settle the division of control in Africa.
Where: Berlin, Germany
Who: fourteen major western countries
Who: Otto von Bismarck organized it.
What: Its purpose was to regulate Europe's colonization of Africa.
When: It lasted from late 1884 to early 1885.
Where: It was held in Berlin, Germany.
What - 14 western powers came together to debate the future of Africa and who could have control over the land.
When - 1884
Where - Germany
Who - Otto von Bismarck called 14 western powers, but not any from Africa