1. Origins and rise of Ghana's independence movement

IB History: 1. Origins and rise of Ghana's independence movement

The Gold Coast was seen as a stable, model colony by the British. However, by the late 1940s several factors were coming together to promote a strong independence movement; a generation of educated Africans, many of whom who had also been influenced by Pan-Africanism in the United States, and the economic and political impact of the Second World War.Guiding questions:Background to British rule


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