The main commodity that the National African Company traded in was:
The policy promoted by the British in Africa during the early nineteenth century by which one European nation would not interfere with the trading rights of another was the:
fair trade policy.
even trade policy.
free trade policy.
Togo, Kamerun and South West Africa came under the control of:
Most of the exploratory expeditions into Africa organized by Europeans happened between the years:
1680 and 1780.
1700 and 1800.
1780 and 1880.
1800 and 1900.