Prior to the decolonization

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Prior to the decolonization

Post  kosovohp on Sun Dec 05, 2010 12:35 am

Prior to the decolonization movements of the post-World War II era, Europeans were represented in every part of Africa.[79] Decolonisation during the 1960s and 1970s often resulted in the mass emigration of European-descended settlers out of Africa – especially from Algeria and Morocco (1.6 million pieds-noirs in North Africa),[80] Kenya, Congo,[81] Rhodesia, Mozambique and Angola.[82] By the end of 1977, more than one million Portuguese were thought to have returned from Africa.[83] Nevertheless, White Africans remain an important minority in many African states, particularly South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Réunion.[84] The African country with the largest White African population is South Africa.[85] The Afrikaners, the Anglo-Africans (of British origin) and the Coloureds are the largest European-descended groups in Africa today.

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