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What was decolonization?



A. The political ideology of the East versus the West.
B. Largely complete before the onset of World War II.
C. Often shaped by the need to align with either the United States or the Soviet Union.
D. Limited to South Africa.
E. The root cause of war in El Salvador.

This question is part of APWH Period 6 Test
Asked by Sgross, Last updated: Jan 02, 2020

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L. Cooper, Data Analyst, MCA, Newcastle

Answered Oct 03, 2019

The correct answer to this question is option C. Decolonization was shaped by the need to align with either the United Sated or the Soviet Union. Decolonization is defined as the reverse of colonization. It is the process by which colonies become independent. This usually happens as a political process, and in some cases, it is preceded by a war of independence.

Decolonization became very popular in the 20th century. Before colonization became popular among nations, most countries were ruled from Europe. After the Second World War, European nations lacked the power, political support, and wealth needed to maintain these colonies. Opposition from the United States and the Soviet Union shaped decolonization.

 

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Sgross

Answered May 04, 2018

Often shaped by the need to align with either the United States or the Soviet Union.
 

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