|Other Continents in 1801|
|Asia, Africa, and Oceania|
By 1801, Europe only controlled a few colonies in Africa, India, and South East Asia, while the Russians and Turks are competing for the control of Caucasus, Britain is expanding from India into Central Asia competing against the Russians.
Except for a few colonies in the South and the North of Africa, Africa is mostly unexplored by Europeans. A few kingdoms in West Africa provide slave labor to the Americas, and the Ottomans control most northern Africa.
- 1 Northern Africa and Middle East
- 2 Sub-Saharan Africa
- 3 India and Central Asia
- 4 East Asia
- 5 Indonesia and Oceania
Northern Africa and Middle East
- Ceuta and Melilla
- Ottoman Empire
By 1801, Sub-saharan Africa was pretty much unexplored and uncolonized by Europeans. Except for the Portuguese colonies of Mozambique and Angola, and the Dutch colony at Capetown.
- Cape Town
India and Central Asia
Britain had gained undisputed control of India after the Seven Years War, but India was still divided between several kingdoms with more or less allegiance to the British.
Russia is consolidating the dominion of central and northern Asia, but rather as integral part of the empire than as colonies.
Indonesia and Oceania
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