Slave Trade Part II

Slave Trade 2

The House of Commons The actual legislative powers rest with the House of Commons . It has 659 Members of Parliament elected for a five-year term , England with 529, Scotland with 72, Wales with 40 and Northern Ireland with eighteen seats. Majority voting applies (one seat per constituency, which the candidate with the most votes wins). All citizens over the age of 18 and all citizens of the United…

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Slave Trade Part I

Slave Trade 1

The slave trade began in America as early as the 16th century. The so-called Atlantic triangle trade was a real system of slave and goods trade. Africans were brought across the Atlantic to North America or the Caribbean. Atlantic slave trade It was Europeans who owned most of the ships and sailed to the coast of Africa. There they exchanged European goods, such as B. Tools or textiles against Africans.…

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Africa Annual Rainfall

Africa Annual Rainfall

The rhythm of life in Africa is not shaped by the temperatures, but by the precipitation or the rainy and dry seasons, because the amount and the seasonal distribution of precipitation are the decisive ecological factors for plant growth. CLASSIFICATION OF REGIONS ACCORDING TO RAINFALL Year-round precipitation is recorded only in the central Congo Basin, the region around the Niger estuary, eastern Madagascar and the coastal areas in the far…

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Famous Actors and Directors in U.K. Part I

John Cleese

Heather Angel (1909-1986) Heather Grace Angel was born in Oxford in 1909. Before moving to Hollywood, she appeared in numerous British films as an actress. She can be seen in the Hitchcock flicks “The Lifeboat” and “Suspicion”. Angel can be heard as the voice actress in the original versions of “Alice in Wonderland” and “Peter Pan”. She died in California in 1986. Rowan Atkinson (born 1955) comedian and actor. Rowan…

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Madagascar Travel Package

Madagascar 2

The world’s fourth largest island is a strange place with a diverse culture of French, African, Asian and Arab influences. Perhaps it is mainly the strange animal species and unique plants that arouse the desire to travel to the realm of lemurs and monkey bread trees. Madagascar broke away from the African continent 160 million years ago and has lived its own life ever since. Plants and animals have evolved…

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Botswana – Classic Wilderness Camps

Botswana - Classic Wilderness Camps

On this unforgettable journey through Botswana you will experience the wild Africa described on countryaah. You visit the most untouched parts of its unique nature reserve. On Chobe’s savannas, perhaps Africa’s wildest area, you are greeted by lions chasing giraffes and elephants in abundance. In the Okavango Delta with its lush wetlands, thousands of islands and canals, you can hear the hippo growls of hippos. Short for BWA by abbreviationfinder,…

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