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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Loi Cadre Defferre: This act is also known as the Overseas Act and it was the turning point of the Independence of Madagascar. This actwas passed in 1956 and it loosened France's control over Madagascar paving the way for therevolution. start from scratch[clears the canvas] Timeline Key Players Circumstances double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Turning Point Obstacles "Let freedom reign. The Sun never set on so glorius a human achievement." Nelson Mandela "Let freedom reign. The Sun never set on so glorius a human achievement." Nelson Mandela Significance Native Malagasy vs. French GovernmentFrench: Prime Minister Paul RamadierMalagasy: 1st Pres. Philibert Tsiranana - Was up against the global superpower of France- Revolution had already been suppressed once - Technologically behind - Inabilty to govern themselves- Disease Outbreaks- Strict French control- Nationalistic ideas emerging 1880s France gainscontrol overMadagascar 1910-1920Nationalisticfeelings startto emerge. 1947Thousands killed in rebellion 1958Madagascar votes for self-government 1960Independence declared 1975Renamed Democratic Republicof Madagsacar Even though Madagascar did not establish an effective government, it gained its own autonomy, which every nation should have it it wants to control itself. It is a culturally distinct nation. Like many African countries, it is still developing and as it develops, it will contribute to the world. For example, it is a large exporter of vanilla and engages in trade France, America and Japan extensively.
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