HISTORY FORM FOUR REGIONAL EXAMS (MOCK, PRE-NATIONAL, etc.)

 TANZANIA HEADS OF ISLAMIC SCHOOLS COUNCIL

 FORM FOUR INTER ISLAMIC MOCK EXAMINATION

 012 HISTORY 

(For Both School and Private Candidates)

Time: 3 Hours Friday, 09th September 2022 p.m.

Instructions

  1. This paper consists of sections A, B and C with a total of nine (9) questions.
  2. Answer all questions in sections A and B, and three questions from section C.
  3. Section A carries twenty (20) marks, section B carries thirty five (35) marks and section C carries forty five (45) marks.
  4. Cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.
  5. Write Your Examination Number on every page of your answer booklet(s).

SECTION A (20 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

1. For each of the items (i) – (xv) choose the correct answer from the alternatives and write its letter beside the item number in the answer booklet(s) provided.

(i) Raifa’s grandmother was narrating a very interesting story about what happened during the Ngoni migration; we were listening carefully and sometimes asking questions. What source of historical information was used?

  1. Museums
  2. Historical sites
  3. Linguistics
  4. Anthropology
  5. Oral traditions.

(ii) Hiroshima and Nagasaki were the victims of atomic bombs struck by U.S military forces. As an expert show in which crisis did that event take place?

  1. First World War
  2. Second World War
  3. Biafra war
  4. Franco-Prussian war
  5. Kaffir war.

(iii) Dallo’s uncle is an expert who deals with the study of the ancient and recent human past through materials remains. Through his activities he obtained important historical information. So we can term Dallo’s uncle’s activities as:

  1. Archaeology
  2. Oral traditions
  3. Historical sites
  4. Archives
  5. Museums.

(iv) During the last quarter of 19th Century both British and French declared interests over Egypt. The incident brought confusion and conflict among them. Why the area was highly competed by two giants of the time?

  1. Presence of Suez Canal and gold
  2. Presence of Nile Valley and absence of population
  3. Strategic importance and absence of resistance
  4. Presence of Suez Canal and Nile Valley 
  5. Absence of resistance and availability of gold. 

(v) Mr. Ottoman is the investor of Tanzania from Turkey who opened a large farm, which is owned and supervised by him. This kind of agriculture established by Mr. Ottoman can be related with which kind of agriculture during colonial era?

  1. Mixed farming
  2. Peasant agriculture
  3. Settler agriculture
  4. Plantation agriculture
  5. Crop cultivation.

(vi) Form two students were debating on the coming of people from Far East and Middle East to East Africa. On their debate others argued that people from Far East and

Middle East didn’t come in East Africa. As a historian educate them on the coming of these people by identifying the guidebook that was written by Greeks to prove their coming.

  1. The tragedy of Greek sailors
  2. The tales of the Nok
  3. The legend of the East
  4. Germany East Africa 
  5. Periplus of Erythrean sea.

(vii) Lekinanga is a form one student who believes that “all human beings were originated from the Monkey, Gorilla and Apes” through the theory of evolution of man that was proposed by Charles Darwin. As a form four student identify the correct one:

  1. The theory of creation
  2. The theory of evolution
  3. The theory of natural selection 
  4. The theory of Darwinism
  5. The theory of revolution.

(viii) Fashai was the daughter of chief in a certain tribe in East Africa; his family was fevoured by colonialists in social services. His father was also used by colonialists to supervise colonial activities. What was the type of colonial administration in the area?

  1. Association policy
  2. Assimilation policy
  3. Direct rule
  4. Indirect rule
  5. Rule and divide technique.

(ix) Madam Nyamango is a form three history teacher who entered in the class with only ten (10) history text books while the number of the students was 52. Unfortunately there was stiff competition among the students. Later the teacher solved by grouping students so as everyone would access the text book. As historians we can relate this with which historical event?

  1. Berlin Conference
  2. Scramble for and partition of Africa
  3. Versailles peace treaty 
  4. Abolition of slave trade
  5. League of Nation.

(x) Hidaya was educated girl during colonial education. She experienced high number of students in ordinary level (O’ level) class and low number of students in advanced level (form five and six). This situation reflects which characteristic of colonial education? 

  1. Pyramidal shape
  2. Gender inequality
  3. Religious based
  4. Racial discrimination 
  5. Social discrimination.

(xi) Mr. Kindakindaki is an old man with 85 years, he experienced first and second world wars where he fought on the German side against British, through supporting his colonial master. In history we can term Mr. Kindakindaki as:

  1. Colonialist
  2. Colonizer
  3. German soldier
  4. Ex-soldier 
  5. British soldier.

(xii) Mazonge country was colonized for almost 200 years by the colonialist, but after independence they experienced disunity within the country. Suggest the best methods which can be used by the country of Mazonge and other African countries to eradicate that problem.

  1. Adoption of free market economy and privatization
  2. Adoption of multipartism and Ujamaa policy
  3. Adoption of self reliance policy and Multipartism
  4. Merging of trade Unions and privatization
  5. Adoption of single party system and abandoning bad elements of tribalism.

(xiii) Jabir has large farm of about 100 acres, he allows other landless people to cultivate in his land under agreement of taking 60% of the harvest and the cultivator remain with 40% of the harvest. This kind of system can be referred to as:

  1. Primitive communalism
  2. Capitalism
  3. Feudalism 
  4. Socialism
  5. Slavery.

(xiv) History students at Manundu secondary school were discussing “The period which marked the intensive competition and warfare among European nations for profit maximization”. This discussion can be summarized in one term as:

  1. Merchantilism
  2. Industrial capitalism
  3. Bullionism
  4. Colonialism
  5. Monopoly capitalism.

(xv) Msema Kweli is a form two student who originates from Sukuma tribe, which inherite based on father’s side. What is the proper term which describes his society?

  1. Patrilineal society
  2. Matrilinal society
  3. Clan head society
  4. Kinship society
  5. Age-set society.

2. Match the political activities in LIST A with the correct nationalist leader in LIST B by writing the letter of the corresponding response beside the items number in the answer booklet provided.

LIST A

LIST B

(i) The First President of Guinea-Bissau and the founder of PAIGC

(ii) The leader who initiated the formation of FRELIMO party in exile Tanzania and started the struggle for independence of Mozambique before his death

(iii) The political activist of Kenya who chaired the Bandung conference of 1955

(iv) The first president of Namibia and the founder of SWAPO

(v) The founder of P.A.C in South Africa who was arrested after Sharpeville Massacre.

  1. Samora Machel
  2. Tom Mboya
  3. Sam Nujoma
  4. Robert Sobukwe
  5. Nelson Mandela
  6. Eduardo Mondlane
  7. Jomo Kenyatta
  8. Luis De Almaida Cabral

SECTION B (35 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

3. Briefly answer the following questions:

(i) Dr. Kangara visited Kilwa historical sites in order to collect historical information. He didn’t succeed to get all information required. What was the possible weakness of this source of historical information? (two points).

(ii) Russia entered in war with Ukraine for ideological motives. Identify four (4) impacts of such war.

(iii) There was no colonialism without Berlin Conference. Prove this statement with strong two (2) points.

(iv) As a form four student show your young brother of standard five on why some Africans collaborated with whites. Two (2) reasons.

(v) Why people of Tanzania would never forget COVID -19 epidemic diseases (four points).

(vi) Mr. Chitukulu is a historian who recognized that most of the African societies resisted against colonial rule in different forms such as passive and active but still were defeated. As historian apply your knowledge by giving two reasons for their defeat.

4. Arrange the following statements in chronological order by writing number 1 to 6 beside the item number.

(i) Through the Heligoland Treaty Uganda and Witu were incorporated in the British sphere of influence and Germany bought part of Sultan’s coastal strip. (ii) The Berlin Conference divided Africa into spheres of influence.

(iii) The Anglo-German defined the territories of Sultan of Zanzibar and European sphere of influence in East Africa.

(iv) The German government took over the affairs of the company.

(v) But it did not establish clear boundaries between spheres of influence in the interior of Africa.

(vi) The German East African company attempted, unsuccessfully to develop the German sphere.

5. Draw a sketch map of Africa and locate the following by using roman numbers.

(i) The country in which socialism and self reliance was introduced and became official in 1967.

(ii) A country which presented a document of socialist ideology on October 8th in 1969 termed the “Common Man’s Charter”.

(iii) A country in which humanism socialist ideology was introduced by the President Kenneth Kaunda after independence.

(iv) A country in which the Biafra war took place in 1967-1970 due to the ethnicity, cultural and religious tensions.

(v) A country in which civil war began in 1975 and continued until 2002; when Jonas Savimbi died.

SECTION C (60 Marks)

Answer only three (3) questions in this section

6. Mr. Kitanzi is a Regional Director of economic development programs. In his speech he said, “Inherited problems from colonial past are major hindrance to development of Africa after independence.” Support Mr. Kitanzi with six points.

7. “The war against apartheid policy was fought at tremendous cost on the side of South Africans. It was through sweat and blood that independence was obtained in that country” In the light of this statement analyse six (6) factors for the independence achievement of that particular country.

8. “Islamic religion is termed as an important agent for the rise and development of strong political organization in pre-colonial Africa”. By using West Africa as the case study validate the statement. (Six points)

9. “In 1954 TANU was established as a nationalist party to champion independence of Tanganyika but its journey was not smooth”. In the light of this statement analyse six (6) problems which faced the party during the struggle for independence.

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM FOUR HISTORY REGIONAL SERIES-84 YEAR-2022

PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

ARUSHA REGIONAL FORM FOUR MOCK EXAMINATION

012 HISTORY

TIME : 3 Hours July 2022

INSTRUCTIONS

1. This paper consists of section A, B and C with a total of fourteen (14) questions.

2. Answer all questions in section A and B and THREE (03) questions_ from section C.

3. All writing must be in black or blue ink except diagrams which must be in pencil.

4. Cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.

5. Non — Programmable calculator may be used.

6. Write your NAME on every page of your answer booklet(s).

SECTION A (20 Marks) 

Answer ALL questions from this section.

1. For each of the items (i - xv), choose the best answer from among the given alternatives and write its letter besides the item number in the answer booklet(s) provided.

(i) Historically the process of handling down. historical ideas by the word of mouth from one generation to another generation is known as: -

  1. Historical information  
  2. Archaeology 
  3. Anthropology 
  4. Oral tradition
  5. Linguistic 

(ii) The very crucial changes of man during evolution was ability to make tools and Pedalism. Among the following which one is another crucial change of man during the evolution?

  1. Eating cooked food
  2. Adoption of the new environment
  3. Development of brain
  4. Domestication of plants and animals
  5. Disappearance of hairs

(iii) The contact that was made among the people from Middle East, Far East and the people of Zanzibar and Malindi was reported in the 1st Century CE from the Book of: -

  1. Christian Topography
  2. Pholemy's Geography
  3. Erythrean of the Periplus Sea
  4. Encyclopedia of the East Africa slave trade
  5. Periplus of the Erythrean Sea.

(iv) Meroe. developed and became an important town since pre — colonial time where people came close through: -

  1. Cloth making  
  2. Copper extraction 
  3. Agriculture 
  4. Salt making
  5. Iron working 

(v) The Turkish leader who cooperated with the Zimba and. Segeju against the Portuguese was: -

  1. Sultan Abdul Hamid 
  2. Francisco De Almeida
  3. Amir Ali Bay
  4. Sultan Hamid Abdul II 
  5. Imam Albusaid 

(vi) The agreement signed between Boers, Portuguese and the white settlers from Southern Rhodesia to prolong their domination in the colonies is known as: -

  1. Nkomati Accord 
  2. Triamvalent treaty 
  3. Trimvalent treaty
  4. Nkomati treaty 
  5. Sao Jorge Accord 

(vii) In colonial era, there were a lot of oppressive law created by colonies that include the one in Kenya that demanded Africans to carry identify certificate "Kipande system", this Kipande system was aimed to: -

  1. Ensure Europeans colony is exploited effectively
  2. Ensure Africans must grow cash crops
  3. Ensure constant supply of labor from Africa
  4. Endure there is effective occupation of the colony
  5. Ensure the Africans interest are protected

(viii) African countries had tried to'bring real independent through.

  1. Administering trust territories
  2. Improving Education and Agricultural practices
  3. Improving communication system and Military coup
  4. Setting up new factories and political instability in Africa
  5. Establishing heavy industries and free market economy.

(ix) There were several stages of capitalism the Imperialist Nations passed through such as Mercantilism, Competitive and Monopoly in the year between 1780 to 1820 of which British transformed from commercial Capitalism to: -

  1. Scramble for Africa 
  2. Industrial Capitalism 
  3. Monopoly Capitalism
  4. Primitive accumulation of Capital 
  5. Mercantilism 

(x) Among the permanent members of the UN — security council are: -

  1. USA, China and German 
  2. China, Russia and France 
  3. United Kingdom, France and Spain
  4. Italy, Russia and China 
  5. Russia, USA and German 

(xi) Introduction and spread of Islamic religion in Zanzibar was an outcomes of the people from:-

  1. Syria, Iran and Spain 
  2. France, Portugal and Iran
  3. Portugal, India and Egypt
  4. Iraq, Persia and Somalia 
  5. Oman, Lebanon and Iraq 

(xii) What made African continent as a focus of most capitalists in Western European during the l9th Century?

  1. Commercial Capitalism 
  2. The opening of Suez Canal revolution
  3. The growth of Industrial 
  4. The problem of unemployment in Europe
  5. Improvement of the Marine technology

(xiii) Audaghost was a famous trading town in Trans- Saharan trade in the following route: -

  1. Northern route 
  2. Western route
  3. Eastern route
  4. Southern route 
  5. Central route 

(xiv) The following is an example of European Explorers provided very important information about the people and wealth of East and Central Africa to the British Capitalist

  1. Lacede de Almeide 
  2. David Livingstone
  3. Henry Morton Stanley and Mungo Park
  4. Richard Lander 
  5. Ludwing Krapt

(xv) Why European Capitalists were much concentrated on scrambling the African continent in the second half of the 19th Century A.D.

  1. They needed to civilize Africans through provision of education and religion.
  2. It was Cecil Rhodes ambition to control Africa from the Cape to Cairo.
  3. African wealth and other attractive things
  4. The Industrial revolution in England
  5. Hostility of the African people's

2. Match the items in List A with correct responses in List B by writing the letter of the corresponding response beside the item number in answer booklets provided.

LIST A

LIST B

(i) The Fashoda incidence in. Sudan during the scramble for colonies in the 19th Century.

(ii) Tukolor opposition (uprising) against French colonialism

(iii)Its Ekir resistance against British Colonialism in Nigeria.

(iv)The collaboration between Tigre and Italians against Ethiopia.

(v) Zulu resistance against British Colonialism (Anglo — Zulu War of 1879)


  1. Alhaj Umar.
  2. Shaka senzengako
  3. Captain Hamerton
  4. King Menelik II
  5. Cetshwayo Kampande
  6. Jean Baptiste Merchand
  7. Ras seyoum Mangasha
  8.  Jaja of Opobo
  9. Nnana Olomu
  10. Samoure Toure

SECTION B (35 Marks)

Answer ALL questions in this section

3. (i) How did the establishment of colonial economy paved the way to the raise of African Nationalism

(ii) Why British Preferred Indirect rule in most of African colonies

(iii) To what extent United Nation facilitated the decolonization of African continent

(iv) How would you relate Versailles Peace treaty with the outbreak of the Second World War.? 

(v)Why Iron technology was kept a secret in pre — colonial African societies.

(vi) Form one students visited an area where past man remains and artifacts are found. As a Tour guide to such area show to them its importance.

4. Arrange the following historical statements in chronological order by writing number 1 — 6 (Arabic number beside the roman number) in the booklet (s) provided.

(i.) Adolph Hitler was highly troubled by the Germany and he defeated in the First World War in 1918 and he was dissatisfied with the way Germany was treated by the Versailles treaty of 1919.

(ii) He was employed in the Germany arm as a messenger in the war fronts on the side of Germany

(iii) Adolph Hitler the was Austrian in origin who was born in 1889.

(iv) Hence, Hitler the founder of Germany workers party managed to convince Germany ex- soldiers to join his party and enlightened them about the Germany defeat in the First World War.

(v) After failure in getting further education in his home country, he decided to try his luck in Munich Germany where he lived in poverty.

(vi) He proved to be brave enough to perform the given task hence; he was awarded medals at the end of the First World War.

5. Draw a sketch Map of Africa and locate the following areas according to their related events by using roman numbers.

  1. A country where Elmina castle was built by the Portuguese.
  2. Portuguese Colony which experienced civil war from independence until 2002
  3. A country that attained minority independence in 1910 but later on adopted the racial discrimination policy.
  4. A country that got independent under SWAPO party
  5. A country where the political party called TANU fight for its independence.

SECTION C (45Marks)

Answer ONLY THREE questions in this section

6. "Rome was not built in one day" As an Expert in World Historical events show the relevance of the statement with the First World War. (06 points)

7. It is argued that "Neolithic age changed man's ways of life completely" as Historians justify this statement by using six points.

8. Analyse the contention that the idea of state formation in Africa should largely attributed to the process which was originate from internal and external forces (use six points)

9. Explain the three strengths and three weakness of United Nation Organization in African major issues.

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM FOUR HISTORY REGIONAL SERIES-74 YEAR-2022

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

FORM FOUR REGIONAL MOCK EXAMINATION 2022

HISTORY

Time: 3:00 Hours 

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. This paper consists of sections A, B, and C with a total nine (9) questions
  2. Answer all questions in sections A, and B only three questions in section C
  3. Section A carries twenty (20) marks, section B thirty five (35)marks and section C forty five (45) marks
  4. All drawings should be in pencil
  5. Cell phones and any un authorized materials are not allowed in the examination room
  6. Write your examination number on top right side of every page of your answer booklet(s)

SECTION A (20 marks).

1. Choose the most correct answer from the given alternatives and write its letter besides the item number on the answer sheets provided.

(i) Olduvai Gorge is famous for:-

  1. Oral tradition
  2. Archival activities
  3. Archaeological findings
  4. Sedentary farming

(ii) An example of large scale resistance to colonialists is :-

  1. Nandi resistance
  2. Yao resistance
  3. Majimaji resistance
  4. Mazrui dynast resistance

(iii) Which countries in Africa became home for liberated slaves from the New world?

  1. Sierra Leone and Ethiopia
  2. Liberia and Ethiopia
  3. Sierra Leone and Liberia
  4. Kenya and Tanzania

(iv) Which of the following sources of history can illiterate people not benefit?

  1. Written sources
  2. Museums
  3. Historical sites
  4. Linguistics

(v) During the First World War, African states fought alongside their colonial masters. Therefore, Tanganyika fought on the side of :-

  1. Britain
  2. Russia
  3. Arab
  4. Germany

(vi) What was the main effect of British invasion at the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa?

  1. Apartheid policy
  2. Boer trek
  3. Establishment of slave trade
  4. Spread of Islamic faith

(vii) Colonialists established various forms of agriculture that involved the use of different colonial Africa labour during colonial economy. Which type of colonial Africa labour used under peasant agriculture?

  1. Forced labour
  2. Migrant labour
  3. Family labour
  4. Contract labour

(viii) The open door policy was related to :-

  1. Establish neo – colonialism
  2. Supporting nationalistic struggle
  3. Formation of United Nations
  4. Making of cold war politics

(ix) Which was the major form of feudal relations that developed in Buha?

  1. Ubusulo
  2. Chief dom
  3. Nyarubanja
  4. Ubugabire

(x) Which was the main effect of French revolution of 1789 on Africa?

  1. Association policy
  2. Indirect rule
  3. Direct rule
  4. Assimilation policy

(xi) How explores contributed on the colonization of Africa?

  1. Providing information about Europe
  2. Introduction of colonial education
  3. Making treaties with African chiefs
  4. Setting up health services in Africa

(xii) African countries attempted to unite so as to solve problems that faced their people during the struggle and after independence. The attempt led to the formation of unions that include:-

  1. Pan- Africanism
  2. PAFMECA
  3. UNO
  4. The league of nations

(xiii) In which age did agriculture start in Africa?

  1. After creation of man
  2. Late stone age
  3. Early stone age
  4. Middle stone age

(xiv) The social factors for the interaction of people in pre – colonial Africa were:-

  1. Migration and trade
  2. War and agriculture
  3. Trade and medicine
  4. Intermarriage and religion

(xv) The partition of Africa took place in which country?

  1. Germany
  2. Congo
  3. USA
  4. Britain

2. Match the descriptions in LIST A with the corresponding historical items in LIST B by writing the letter of the correct response beside the item number on the answer sheets provided

LIST A 

LIST B

  1. The best example of an interaction among the people in pre – colonial African societies
  2. The war that at first occurred at the Middle East and spread world wide
  3. A leader that adopted the common man’s charter as a form of African socialism
  4. The most famous African traders in Trans- continental trade who were based in Angola
  5. The war of intimidation that occurred due to the rise of both capitalism and socialism
  1. Msiri and Nyunguya mawe
  2. Milton Obote
  3. Cold war
  4. The Great war
  5. Ngoni migration
  6. Vimbundu and Imbangala
  7. Kwame Nkrumah

SECTION B (35 marks)

3. Briefly answer the followings

i) Why non – centralized states are different from centralized state?

ii) During the Middle Stone Age, man discovered fire. Clearly show how fire was advantageous on the life of the earliest man?

iii) Explain why Russia withdrew from the first world war on 1917?

iv) How population increase led to interaction among the pre- colonial African societies?

v). History deals with events which occur in different period. Show how historians are arranging such event in a chronological order?

vi) Explain how Africans were benefited from colonial social services?

4. Arrange the following sentences in chronological order by using number 1 to 6

  1. Four colonial administrative systems such as direct rule, indirect rule, assimilation and association policy were applied
  2. After the European powers had taken over the colonies, the next step was to establish colonial economy
  3. Basically, the main purpose of European to colonize Africa continent in the 19th century was the need of exploiting African resources
  4. After scramble for and partition of African continent, colonial powers occupied parts of Africa soon after Berlin conference.
  5. Up to date, African continent has remained the market and source of raw materials to former colonial powers
  6. During that period of colonial economy, African self-sufficient economy was destroyed.

5. Draw the sketch map of Africa and locate the followings using roman numbers

  1. A country that was entrusted to South Africa as a mandate territory by the League of Nations after First World war
  2. A country which is the headquarters of the New East African Community (E AC)
  3. The first country to achieve political independence through the constitutional means whose independence motivated decolonization to other countries
  4. A country that was not colonized due to its successful resistances against colonialists
  5. A country in East Africa that its leader was overthrown by the army in 1971

SECTION C (45marks)

6. Pre – colonial African societies developed both local and regional trade. Evaluate six points on the effects of regional trade in East Africa

7. Colonial state established different economic sectors in colonies that depended on labour force. With six points explain how African societies were affected from colonial labour?

8. After independence, African countries changed their attitudes of nationalistic struggle in order to promote social, economic and political development. Discuss six points to why African countries are yet to achieve the intended development?

9. The coast of East Africa has been an area for trading activity since long period in which motivated the coming of Portuguese. Show how East African societies were affected by being interacting with Portuguese?(Give six points)

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM FOUR HISTORY REGIONAL SERIES-31 YEAR-2022

PRESIDENT'S OFFICE REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

KILIMANJARO REGIONAL COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE

FORM FOUR MOCK EXAMINATION

CODE: 012 HISTORY

TIME 3:HOURS 29/06/2022

INSTRUCTIONS

l. This paper consists of sections A, B and C with a total number of nine(9) questions

2. Answer all questions in sections A and B and three (3) questions from section C.

3. Section A carries twenty (20) marks, section B thirty-five (35) marks and section C carries forty-five (45) marks

4. Cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room

5. All drawings should be in pencil

6. Write your Examination number on every page ofyour answer booklet(s)

SECTION A (20 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section.

l. Choose the correct answer from among the given alternatives and write its left beside the item number in the answer booklet provided

i) One ofthe following wars demonstrated unity and soft — determination among the African to liberate themselves from foreign domination in the late 19thcentury

  1. Mfecane war
  2. Kaffir war
  3. Anglo — Boer war
  4. Afro — Boer war
  5. Majimaji war

ii) One of the following sets is the list of missionaries who championed the establishment of colonialism in Africa.

  1. John Krapf, John Rebman Dr. David Livingstone.
  2. William Mackinnon, Sir Harry Johnston,Samuel White Baker
  3. Joseph Thomson, John Speke,Dr.David Livingstone.
  4. Dr David Livingstone, William Mackinnon and John Rebman.
  5.  DrWi1ium Macknon, Dr.Kar1 Peter and George Goldie
iii) The famous Archaeologist in East Africa discovered the skull of early man at Oldvai Gorge;
  1. George washngton 1896
  2. Dr Livingstone in 1969
  3. Vasco Dagama in 1498
  4. DrLous Leakey 1959
  5. Charles Dawin in 1869 

iv) In 1871 France lost her two provinces Alsace and Lorraine during the;

  1. First World War
  2. Second Word War
  3. The BalkanWar
  4. Franco-Prussian War
  5. Anglo Boer War

v) One of the National building campaigns taken to change the post — colonial economic system in

  1. "Feed yourself' in Ghana
  2. "Harambee" in Uganda
  3. "Feedyourself' 'in Uganda
  4. "Capitalism and self— reliance" in Tanzania
  5. "Freedom in coming tomorrow in South Africa

vi)The term Fellahin meant the Peasant producer in;

  1. Ghana
  2. Ethiopia
  3. Egypt
  4. Buganda
  5. Zimbabwe 

vii) As a historian, which one would you consider as prince Henry's main aims in organizing the Portuguese voyages to west and East African coast?

  1. Acquiring raw materials, markets and cheap labour
  2. Acquiring colonies, raw materials and markets
  3. Spreading Christianity, adventure, and trade
  4. Establishing processing industries, markets and raw materials
  5. Abolishing slave trade, slavery and introduction of legitimate trade 

viii) Neolithic Revolutions refers to;

  1. Man's development of late stone Age
  2. Permanent Settlement with domestication of plants and animals
  3. New development in man's tools making technology
  4. Rapid development in information and communication
  5. Industrial revolution in Africa 

ix) In areas such-as Kondoa — Irangi, paintings and drawings in caves give evidence of the activities of;

  1. Iron smelters
  2. Settled communities
  3. Colonial legacy
  4. Education for adaption
  5. Slave trade and slavery

x) Indirect rule;

  1. African rule the Europeans
  2. Europeans rule the Africans
  3. Europeans rule through the African local chiefs
  4. African local chief rule through European
  5. The British rule in support of the French

xi) Carl Peters signed a number of treaties with African chiefs on the coastal hinterland of Tanganyika because he wanted to;

  1. A.Please chancellor Bismarck of Germany
  2. B.Establish unity among African chiefdoms
  3. C.Accomplish colonial economic motives of the German East Africa company
  4. D.Accomplish the signing of the Heligoland Treaty
  5. E.Recruit the chief of Msowero to became member of the German East Africa company

xii) The method ofmaking salt through boiling and evaporating underground water was common in;

  1. Katanga
  2. Tanga
  3. Bunyoro
  4. Uvinza
  5. Meroe

xiii) One ofthe notable United Nations failures in its objectives is its inability to:

  1. Control food shortage
  2. Eradicate colonial rule
  3. Establish tributes for war criminals
  4. Prevent big powers from violating its principles
  5. Control poverty in Africa 

xiv) The social challenges facing people in Africa include;

  1. Political instability and tribalism
  2. Tribalism and Neo colonialism
  3. Colonialism and illiteracy
  4. Illiteracy and diseases
  5. Corruption and lack ofrule of law 

xv)The battle of Vegkop 19thOctober , 1836, fought between Ndebele under Mzilikazi and

  1. Khoikhoi
  2. The san
  3. Boers
  4. Dingane Zulu
  5. Afrikaners

2. Match the descriptions in List A with the corresponding historical terms in List B by writing the letter of the correct response beside the item number in the answer booklet provided

LIST A

LIST B

i) Zanzibar, Pemba,Mafia, Lamu ,Kismayu ,Bravo,Merca, Mogadishu, and Warsheikh were defined as dominions of the sultan of Zanzibar.

ii) German got the island of Heligoland

iii) It was ruled that treaties made with African rulers were to be considered as valid tittles to sovereignty

iv) It was a system in which Africans were taught how to think and act as the French people

v) It was a system in which French had to respect the culture of her colonial people and allow them to develop independently rather than forcing them to adopt French civilization and culture.

  1. Association policy.
  2. Assimilation policy.
  3. Resolution of Berlin conference
  4. Anglo-German agreement of 1890
  5. Anglo-German agreement of 1886
  6. Slave trade centers
  7. Versailles peace treaty 
  8. Human right policy


SECTION B (35 marks)

Answer all questions in this section

3. Write short notes on the following statements;

i) How UNO declaration of human rights, decolonization's committee and trusteeship council fueled growth of African

ii) How social theory by Charles Darwin and his institution Royal Geographical society influenced the colonization of Africa

iii) Relate the rejection of USA and Japan to join League of Nations as among major events leading to the WWII

iv) Why rapid expansion of slave trade in East Africa during 19thcentury? Give detail explanation.

v) 'No First World war, no Great depression', show beyond doubt vi) How colonialism make-ready for Neo-colonialism? Substantiate.

4. Arrange the following statements in chronological order writing number 1 to 6 beside the item number.

i) Berlin conference was called by Otto von-Bismarck resolve the conflict among the imperialist powers ii) The imperialist power sent agent of colonialism such as explorers, missionaries and Traders

iii) The colonial economy was introduced to ensure maximum production of raw materials for European industries

iv) The scramble for and partition of Africa took place in Africa after European nations served the potentiality information about Africa

v) The colonial administrative system was created to ensure supervision of colonial activities

vi) The colonial services were established to ensure better health and knowledge for maximum production of raw materials

5. Draw a sketch map of Africa and locate the following by using roman numbers

i) A country whose President was Overthrown in Military coup detat led by Iddi Amin Dada in 1971 

ii) A country which was the Headquarters of French West Africa colonies and adopted socialist ideology

iii) A Portuguese colony which became Independent on 15th, June , 1975 under President SamoraMoises Machel.

iv)A country which revolution took place in 1964 led by John Titto Okelo.

v) A Country which has experienced Civil War known as Biafra.

SECTION C (45 marks)

Answer three (3) questions from this section

6. Substantiate the statement that nationalism in Africa gained momentum after the Second World War. Justify this statement by using six points.

7. Explain three [3] aims and three [3] results of the Portuguese invasion of East Africa in the 16th century and 17th century

8. Show how Indirect rule was useful in British administrative system by giving six (6)points

9. Explain how discovery of iron led to changes in lives of East Africa by 200 BC by giving six (6) points

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM FOUR HISTORY REGIONAL SERIES-19 YEAR-2022

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA PRESIDENT’S OFFICE 

REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

LUDEWA DISTRICT COUNCIL 

FORM FOUR MOCK EXAMINATIONS 2022

(For Both School and Private Candidates)


012 HISTORY

Time: 3 Hours 7th June 2022

INSTRUCTIONS 

1. This paper consist of section A, B and C with total of 09 questions

2. Answerall question from section A, B, and THREE questions from section C

3. Any authorized materials are not allowed in the examination room

4. All drawings must be in pencil

5. Write your examination number on every page of your answer booklets

SECTION A: (20 MARKS)

Answer all questions from this section

1. For each of the following items (i -xv), choose the correct answer from among the given alternatives and write its letter beside the item number in the answer booklet provided

i. The colonialist in order to ensure effective administration in their colonies decided to use Governors, who become the top leader in the colony. The first British Governor in Kenya, Sir Charles Eliot, Was stressed on the,

  1. Construction of the Uganda railways
  2. Establishment of settler economy
  3. Creation of Kenya as the industrial center for East Africa
  4. Introduction of steamers in lake Victoria
  5. Integration of kikuyu into plantation economy

ii. In order to get the historical information, we need to consult different sources of historical information such as anthropology, achieves, museums and electronic devises. Which among the following is not limitation of using oral tradition.`

  1. It needs much attention and power of memory
  2. False information can be given by a story teller
  3. It consume time because of excavation
  4. Language barrier can occur
  5. It is difficult to distinguish what is real and imaginary

iii. The berlin conference passed different resolutions, which later caused the process of colonization of Africa. Which among the following were not the terms agreed in the Berlin conference?

I. The Congo basin was declared a free state under king Leopard of Belgium and the Niger River was not free for navigation to all imperialist nations.

II. They agreed that in case of resistance by African to the colonial occupation, no any European country should give help to the Africans to fellow European.

III. They agreed that all colonial powers should not take initiative measure to abolish slave trade and slavery in colonies.

IV. They agreed that if any disputes among the imperialist powers they should solve it peacefully without the use of force

V. They agreed that effective occupation should be implemented by the imperialist nations this was through setting administrators in the colonies who were to supervise task

  1. I,II and V 
  2. II, III and IV 
  3. I and III
  4. I,II, IV and V 
  5. I, IV and V 

iv. One of the steps taking by imperialists’ power in partition of East Africa was signing of agreements (Treaties). This treaty was signed between British and German over partition of Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika in 1886 which was called Delimitation Treaty. Under this Delimitation Treaty British and German agreed on the following matters:

I. The region between the River Tana and Ruvuma was divided by boundaries from Umba river to Lake Victoria

II. The two powers drew the boundary between German East Africa and Uganda and the boundary between Kenya and German East Africa.

III. German recognize Zanzibar as the British protectorate and the rest Sultan’s territory

IV. German lost Witu, in compensation of this, German was given Helgoland island

V. The Germany was given Witu, the coastline of Kenya

  1. I, IV and V
  2. II, III and IV
  3. I and V
  4. I and IV 
  5. III and V

v. During the middle Stone Age man were able to make smaller, sharper and easier to handle stone tools like spears, arrowheads, knives and scraper. Who was responsible for making those tools?

  1. Homo habilis and Australopithecus
  2. Homo erectus and Homo habilis
  3. Australopithecus and Homo erectus
  4. Homo Sapiens and Homo Habilis
  5. Homo erectus and Homo Sapiens

vi. During pre-colonial time, the African societies were extracted salt from various sources like water and rocks. Which one among the following places did people extracted salt from salt bearing rock?

  1. Uvinza and Taghaza 
  2. Taghaza and Bilma
  3. Axum and Taghaza
  4. Meroe and Egypty 
  5. Uvinza and Bilma 

vii. Each organization formed in the world had its administration structure, which help to simplify the administrative role of the specific charter. What are the organs in UN which are termed as, the supreme organ and the body concerned with day to day work of UN

  1. The Security Council and The General Assembly
  2. General Assembly and the International Court of Justice
  3. The General Assembly and The Secretariat
  4. The Security Council and the Secretariat
  5. The Economic and Social Council and UNESCO

viii. The societies from South Africa had long history to tell about coming of Dutch at the cape, coming of British at the cape, Boers trek, Mfecane war and Ngoni migration. Why were the rulers of the small Ngoni groups were able to defeat ad consolidate their power to most of the east Africa societies?

  1. Their female subjects were married by defeated tribes
  2. Their male subjects were agents of colonialism
  3. Their army used more magic power than weapons
  4. Their army had poor weapons like guns
  5. War captives were spared and recruited into Ngoni armies

ix. The colonialists they decided to use different methods to establish colonialism in Africa. Since it was not easy for Africans to accept colonialism. What was the aim of using intimidation as the method of establishing colonialism in Africa

  1. To stimulate African army unity
  2. To create fear and suppress African solidarity against colonialism
  3. To demonstrate the European military strengths to Africa
  4. To implant African awareness towards colonialism
  5. To exercise new military fighting weapons

x. The Kibwelegeni’s Grandfather had e tendency and behavior of narrating different historical events to Kibwelegeni every evening. Last time he narrated about the factors that led to the occurrence of First World War, like Moroccan crisis, formation of military alliance and assassination of Archduke Ferdinand. What source of historical information used in giving these events.

  1. Oral tradition 
  2. Narration of the past events
  3. Historical information
  4. Archaeology 
  5. Historical sites 

xi. Trading routes for regional trades were organized from interior to the coastal line, for easy shipping of materials from Africa to other continents, and manufactured goods from other continent to Africa. Trading caravans going into the interior of East Africa in the 19th century carried a red flag because

  1. They were travelling along the dangerous trade route
  2. They need the protection of the sultan of Zanzibar
  3. They were afraid of the British who were trying to stop slave trade
  4. Slaves suffered during their journey from the interior to coast
  5. They were carrying slaves as the main trade article

xii. When the colonialist occupation of the African continent, they decided to introduce various things for their betterment such as colonial social services and colonial administrative system. Now the what the name of goods and services which comprised activities such as manufacturing, agriculture and mining during the colonial era

  1. Neo-colonialism 
  2. Trusteeship 
  3. Nationalism
  4. Colonial bureaucracy
  5. Colonial economy 

xiii. Before the outbreak of First World War, which among of the following African countries were German colonies

  1. Tanganyika, Burundi, Kenya, and Rwanda
  2. Rwanda, Tanganyika, Uganda and Burundi
  3. Burundi, Angola, Cameroon and Zimbabwe
  4. Cameroon, Rwanda, Tanganyika and Namibia
  5. Togo, Namibia, Cameroon and Angola

xiv. Industrial development in Africa was not prioritized by the capitalists during the colonial time because

  1. The colonialist were interested in obtaining raw materials
  2. The colonialists stressed on the provision of social services
  3. The climate did not favour industrial development
  4. Africa had no enough raw materials
  5. Africa had no infrastructures to support the industries

xv. The imperialists in Africa they established various companies and associations which were used as charter in the areas of their influence. Which one of the following company was led by king Leopard II of Belgium?

  1. Royal Niger Company
  2. Imperial British East Africa Company
  3. British South Africa Company
  4. International African Association 
  5. Dutch East Indian Company

2. Match the terms in LIST A with correct responses in LIST B by writing the letter of the correct responses beside the item number in the answer booklet provided

LIST A

LIST B

(i) The founder of Conversion Peoples Party (CPP) which was break from United Gold Coast Conversion (UGCC) and become the first president of his nation

(ii) The founder of FRELIMO, outside of his country and was assassinated by parcel bomb while he was at Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

(iii) The founder of MPLA and become the first president of his country after the end of Portuguese rule.

(iv) The founder of UNITA to against the existing government from 1975 to 2002

(v) The founder of Umkonto we Sizwe(spear of the nation) and ANC and become the first president of majority rule in his nation

  1. Mwl. J.K. Nyerere
  2. Augustino Netto
  3. Robert Mugabe
  4. Dr. Kwame Nkurumah
  5. Sam Nujoma
  6. Jonas Savimbi
  7. Jamshid Abdullah bin Khalifa
  8. Samora Machel
  9. Nelson Mandela
  10. Milton Obote
  11. Eduardo Mondlane.
  12. Nnandi Azikiwe

SECTION B: (35 MARKS)

Answer all questions in this section 3. Briefly explain what do you understand on the following questions

i. Explain what do you understand about pan-Africanism movement and show on how was become helpful in the struggle of African nationalism.

ii. Every sources of historical information has its own challenges to use. In two points explain the limitation of using archaeology to obtain historical information.

iii. Explain why Versailles peace treaty associated with occurrence of the Second World War of 1939-1945.

iv. In two points explain why in the history of mankind, it is necessary to study the evolution of man.

v. Explain how the competition in sugar production between British and France, was one of the factors for abolition of slave trade world

vi. Explain the two types of stone tools used by man during early Stone Age in different daily activities.

4. Arrange the following statements in chronological order by writing number 1 to 6 beside the item number.

i. The Majimaji war was unique in the way it united a number of different tribes in common rebellion, and it was termed as large scale resistance since it was covered large area.

ii. The German authorities were surprised when their headquarters and officials were attacked.

iii. The last and most serious revolt against German rule broke out in July, 1905 up to 1907 iv. The immediate cause of discontent was the government’s cotton scheme, which was accompanied with intensive exploitation.

v. A prophet named Kinjekitile of Ngarambe declared that magic water which was mixed millet and other local medicine will turn bullets into water.

vi. Due to this wrong belief of turning bullets into harmless water these tribes were defeated by the Germans.

5. Draw the sketch map of Africa and locate by using roman numbers on the following historical countries

i. A country which sharpened the struggle for independence in Africa

ii. A country which is new member of East Africa Community

iii. A country which was called South West Africa

iv. A country in which Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa become prime minister

v. A country where Agadir Affair was occurred

SECTION C: (45 MARKS)

Answer only three questions from this section

6. African continent had its own history and its development, not as colonialist termed as Dark Continent. In six arguments, show the basis for consolidation and development of centralized states in Africa during pre-colonial era.

7. “Colonial social services consolidated colonialism in Africa”. Justify this statement by giving six points.

8. “political changes which have been taking place in African states since the second half of the 1980’s were result of inevitable internal and external circumstances” substantiate this statement by giving six reasons

9. The situation which was occurred during 1929 to 1933, it was terrible and horrible whole over the world due to its result. In six points explain the effects of this situation on African countries.

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM FOUR HISTORY REGIONAL SERIES-14 YEAR-2022

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA PRESIDENT’S OFFICE REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

MWANZA CITY 

JOINT EXAMINATION (NYEGEZI, BUTIMBA AND MKUYUNI WARDS)

FORM FOUR PRE - MOCK EXAMINATION-2021

  HISTORY

Time: 3 Hours        May 2021

Instructions

  1. This paper consists of three sections A, B and C with a total of 9 questions.
  2. Answer all questions in section A and B and any three (3) questions from section C.
  3. Cellular phones and other authorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.
  4. Write your examination number on every page of your Answer booklet(s).

SECTION A (20marks)

Answer all questions in this section

1. For each of the items (i) - (xv) choose the correct answer from among the given alternative and write its letter beside the correct number.

  1. The appearance of Zinjanthropus and Homohabilis marked the beginning of the period in history known as, ____________
  1. Neolithic age 
  2. Modernization age 
  3. Early Stone Age
  4. Pre colonial period 
  5. Iron age period
  1. The colonial Imperial chartered companies failed in their mission to rule African colonies because; ____________
  1. Other European companies were against them.
  2. African chiefs refused to work with the company administrators.
  3. Imperialist states were too far to support them during resistance
  4. The colonies were producing less and therefore were not profitable.
  5. They had little capital and skilled man power to run colonial administration.
  1. Who among the following was the first systematic tools maker and had a bigger brain than that of zinjazthropus. ___________
  1. Homo habilis
  2. Homo sapiens
  3. Homo erectus
  4. Modern man
  5. Modern Apes
  1. Most of the traders during the early commercial contacts between East Africa and Far East came from, ______________
  1. China and Egypt
  2. Europe and China
  3. Egypt and Indonesia
  4. Indonesia and Europe
  5. Indonesia and China
  1. The term Apartheid as it was applied to South African societies meant: ______
  1. Colour bar between whites and the blacks
  2. Separate development among the South African races.
  3. No voting right for African
  4. The best land to be reserved for whites
  5. Creation of settlement for African societies termed Bantustans.
  1. Why the knowledge of iron working was kept secret in some societies during pre-colonial period? _________
  1. They wanted to develop the division of labour
  2. Iron had the immediate use value to some societies
  3. They wanted to maintain the monopoly of the Blacksmiths
  4. They had plants of using it in making ornaments
  5. It enabled men to play a middle man’s role in salt and gold.
  1. In Britain the years between 1780 and 1820 formed the period of transition from commercial capitalism to; ___________
  1. Monopoly capitalism
  2. Primitive accumulation of capital
  3. The age of mercantilism
  4. Industrial capitalism
  5. The period of scramble
  1. Which of the following societies in West Africa were famous in using copper alloys for making various ornaments? _________
  1. Ibo and Yoruba
  2. Venda and mashona
  3. Mangaja and Fulani
  4. Yoruba and Mandika
  5. Mandika and Ibo
  1. In many colonies peasant Agriculture was preferred by the colonial state because;
  1. It was cheap and peasant produced for both metropolitan and themselves
  2. Settlers were arrogant and conformists
  3. Peasant were able to acquire capital loans from colonial banks and pay on time
  4. It was easy to inject new production techniques among peasants
  5. It enabled the colonial state to bring about development among the rural peasants.
  1. The united nation specialized agency responsible for Human settlements is the; ___
  1. UNHCR 
  2. UNEP 
  3. HABITAT 
  4. UNDP 
  5. WHO
  1. Which of the following is the famous local Museum in Tanzania; _________
  1. Olduvai gorge 
  2. Bagamoyo 
  3. Kilwa 
  4. Kondoa 
  5. Kalenga
  1. The method of making salt through boiling and evaporating underground water was common in; _________
  1. Katanga 
  2. Tanga 
  3. Bunyoro 
  4. Uvinza 
  5. Meroe
  1. When was an international organ comprising of independent states from all over the world was formed? __________
  1. Towards the end of the abolition of slave trade
  2. Towards the beginning of the first world war 
  3. During the establishment of colonialism 
  4. Towards the end of the Second World War 
  5. During the Berlin conference of 1884 up to 1885
  1. What took place in Europe between 1750’s and 1850’s? _________
  1. Industrial revolution
  2. Mercantile capitalism
  3. Monopoly capitalism
  4. Scramble for Africa
  5. Emergence of slave trade
  1. The social challenges facing people in Africa include; _________
  1. Political instability and tribalism
  2. Tribalism and neo colonialism
  3. Colonialism and illiteracy
  4. Illiteracy and diseases 
  5. Corruption and lack of rule of law
  1. Match the items in LIST A with correct responses in LIST B by writing the letter of the correct response (5Marks)

LIST A

LIST B

(i) Islands of Zanzibar, Pemba, Mafia, Lamu, Kismayu, Bravo,Merca,Mogadishu and Warsheikh were defined as the dominions of the sultan of Zanzibar

(ii) German got the island of Heligoland

(iii) It was ruled that treaties made with African rulers were to be considered as valid titles to sovereignty

(iv) It was a system in which an African were taught how to think and act as the French people

(v) It was a system in which French had to respect the culture of her colonial people and allow them to develop independently rather than forcing them to adopt French civilization and culture

  1. Association policy
  2. Assimilation policy
  3. Resolution of Berlin conference
  4. Anglo-German agreement of 1890
  5. Anglo-German agreement of 1886
  6. Slave trade centers
  7. Versailles peace treaty
  8. Human right policy
  9. Cultural system policy
  10. Causes of the second world war

 SECTION B (35 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

3. Briefly answer the following questions

  1. How assimilation policy was implemented in Africa.
  2. Why do you think, slave trade in Indian Ocean expanded from the 15thc.
  3. How the discovery of iron, brings the remarkable changes in the history of Africa.
  4. How the First World War led to the great depression.
  5. Why the Second World War was the turning point for the rise of mass nationalism in Africa.
  6. How man originated according to the theory of evolution.

4. Arrange the following statements in chronological order by writing number 1 to 6 beside the item number.

  1. The Majimaji war was unique in the way it united a number of different tribes in common rebellion.
  2. The German authorities were surprised when their headquarters and officials were attacked.
  3. The last and most serious revolt against German rule broke out in july, 1905.
  4. The immediate cause of discontent was the government’s cotton scheme.
  5. A prophet named Kinjekitile of Ngarambe declared that magic water will turn bullets into water.
  6. Due to this wrong belief of turning bullets into harmless water these tribes were defeated by the Germans.

5. (a) Draw a sketch map of Africa and on it show the following sites of resistance

  1. Nama and Hehe
  2. Mandika
  3. Abushiri – Bwana heri revolts
  4. Adowa
  5. Chimulenga

(b) For each resistance in (a) above mention the European Nations which were resisted by Africa

SECTION C (45 MARKS)

Answer three questions from this section. Each question carries 15 marks

6. With six points assess the tactics used during the abolition of slave trade.

7. “Colonial social services consolidated colonialism in Africa”. Justify this statement by giving six points.

8. How Africa was affected by 1929-1933 crisis in the capitalist system. Give six points.

9. Analyze six major changes in Man’s way of life during the new Stone Age.

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM FOUR HISTORY REGIONAL SERIES-68 YEAR-2021

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

KILOSA DISTRICT COUNCIL MIKUMI - CLUSTER ACADEMIC UNITY (MAU)

FORM FOUR PRE - MOCK JOINT EXAMINATION

 C012 HISTORY

(For School Candidates Only)

TIME: 3:00 Hours Monday March 16, 2021

INSTRUCTIONS

SECTION A: (20 Marks) 

Answer all questions in this section

1. For each of the items [i]—[xv] choose the most correct answer among the given alternatives and write its letter beside the item number in your answer sheet:

(i) What are the major types of oral traditions?

  1. Museums and archives
  2. Poems and proverbs
  3. Historical sites and narrations of events
  4. Archaeology and museums
  5. Cultural practice and narration of events

(ii) There are two theories of evolution of man which are…… 

  1. Protectionism and creationism
  2. Creationism and isolationism
  3. Creationism and evolution
  4. Historicism and Historiography
  5. Modern and Ancient theory

(iii) Oral tradition is the ancient source of history with many limitations except:

  1. It is lasts for 500 years
  2. It is easy to be forgotten
  3. It provides employment to the people
  4. It is based on bias and fallacy
  5. It can be changed according to time and environment.

(iv) What was the achievement of man during the middle stone age?

  1. Discovery of fire
  2. Development of bi-pedalism
  3. Domestication of animals
  4. Making and using pebble tools
  5. Discovering of iron

(v) Nok village is the famous iron site found in: 

  1. Nigeria West Africa.
  2. Wolof Senegal West Africa
  3. Monduli Tanganyika East Africa 
  4. Dhar-Ekhit Mauritania West Africa
  5. Ndonga Congo central Africa.

(vi) The famous Pre-colonial political organization in Tanzania which controlled central route of long distance trade was………..

  1. Hehe kingdom
  2. Pare kindom
  3. Karagwe kingdom
  4. Nyamwezi King dom
  5. Buchosa Kingdom

(vii) As a historian, which one would you consider as Prince Henry’s main aims in organizing the Portugese voyages to West and East A frican coasts?

  1. Acquiring raw materials, markets and cheap labour
  2. Acquiring colonies, raw materials and markets
  3. Spreading christianity, advanture and trade
  4. Establishing processing industries, markets and raw matarials 
  5. Abolishing slave trade, slavery and introduction of legitimate trade 

(viii) What was the common method of farming in pre-colonial Africa?

  1. Mixed farming
  2. Plantation agriculture
  3. Shifting cultivation
  4. Slash and burn cultivation
  5. Permanent crop cultivation

(ix) The external contact between Africa ,the middle East and Far East is believed to have started:

  1. In the 10 Century A.D
  2. In the 12 Century A.D
  3. In the 2 Century B.C to the 7 century A.D
  4. In the 8 Century A.D
  5. No correct answer

(x) Slave trade took place in one of the phases or capitalism development.

  1. Monopoly capitalism
  2. Competitive capitalism
  3. Mercantilism capitalism
  4. Imperialism capitalism
  5. Hegenian capitalism

(xi) America defeated her colonial master in

  1. 1973 
  2. 1663
  3. 1774
  4. 1775
  5. 1776

(xii) Which of the following countries were former Germany colonies from West Africa?

  1. Angola and Mozambique
  2. South Africa and Namibia
  3. Kenya and Uganda
  4. Togo and Cameroon
  5. Algeria and Tunisia.

(xiii) Assimilation policy was succeeded by:

  1. Direct rule
  2. Indirect rue
  3. Association
  4. Secularism
  5. Violence administration

(xiv) The following are the causes of second world war except:

  1. Effect of first world war
  2. Effect of great economic depression
  3. Unfair terms of Versailles peace treat
  4. The rise of Nazism and Fascism
  5. Assassination of Aman Abeid Karume

(xv) The Hutu Revolution in Rwanda was organized by:

  1. Gregory Kayibanda
  2. Prince Louis Rwagasory
  3. Major General Funenile Habyalimana
  4. Major General Fredi Gisa Rwigema
  5. General Michel Micombevo

2. Match the description in LIST A with the correct names of the LIST B by writing the letter of the correct response beside the item number in the answer sheet:

LIST A

LIST B

(i) 1873

(ii) 1977

(iii) 1952

(iv) 1807

(v) 1935- 1941

  1. Assassination of omar Al-Mukhutar in Libya
  2. The Torit Mutiny in Sudan
  3. The colito Mutiny in Tanzania
  4. Assassination of Tefere Bonte in Ethiopia
  5. The birth of Kleist Seykes
  6. The Egyptian revolution under Gamal Abdel Nasser
  7. The Italo- Ethopian
  8. Ant-slavery law passed in England.
  9. The tyota war between Libya and Chad.
  10. The Anya –anya war
  11. The birth of CCM (Revolutionary Party)
  12. The closure of Zanzibar Slave market

SECTION B:(35 Marks) Answer all questions in this section

3. Brifly explain the following historical words

(i) Neo-colonialism

(ii) Under development

(iii) Political instabilities

(iv) Armed struggle

(v) How would you relate the French Assimilation policy and destruction of African culture?

(vi) Colonial education

4. Arrange the following statement in the chronological order by writing numbers 1-6 beside the item provided:

i. This implied that supreme organ of the organization of the East Africa Authority could not meet

ii. The organization work was hampered by the personality differences among the three heads of state

iii. Although it collapsed in 1977, the EAC was revived on 15 January 2001 iv. The former EAC encountered many challenges.

v. This eventually led to the total collapse of any new development in the EAC.

vi. For example, President Julius Nyerere could not meet physically with president Iddi Amin of Uganda.

5. Draw a sketch map of Africa and locate the following centralized states in pre precolonial Africa:

(a) Ghana empire

(b) The Egyptian Kingdom

(c) The Moravi Kingdom

SECTION C: (45 Marks)

 Answer three(3) questions in this section 

6. Through their activities the Missionaries became the forerunners of colonialism. Justify this statement. (Six points)

7. Discuss the impact of Dutch settlements at the cape from 1652-1796. (Six points).

8. The scramble for and for and partition of Africa was inevitable in 19 Century .Discuss by using six Points.

9. Why Angola and Mozambique adopted armed struggle as the way of attaining independence? (use Six points).

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM FOUR HISTORY REGIONAL SERIES-53 YEAR-2021

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE, MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

ARUSHA REGIONAL MOCK EXAMINATION-MAY 2021

FORM FOUR

HISTORY

Time: 3:00 Hours

INSTRUCTIONS

  • This paper consists Of section A, B and C
  • Answer all questions in section A and B and three (3) questions in section C.
  • Cellular phones are not allowed in the examination room.
  • Write Your name/examination number on every page of your answer booklet/ sheet

SECTION A (20 Marks)

1. For each Of the items (i — xv) choose the correct answer from among the given alternatives and write its letter beside the item number in the answer sheet provided.

(i) Which one of the following is the best describes of the Stone Age era?

  1. When man used stone widely as ornament
  2. When stones were formed on the earth
  3. When Africa used stones to fight against invaders
  4. When man used stones artistically widely in his daily life
  5. When stone become major commodity in a long distance trade 

(ii) One of the short term cause of the first world war

  1. Spanish civil war
  2. Sarajevo assassination
  3. Generation Francisco Fanco 
  4. The rise of capitalism in Europe 
  5. Abolition of slave trade

(iii) display a collection of items by ranging from cultural objects and technological development of societies

  1. Museum
  2. Archives
  3. Written documents
  4. Oral tradition
  5. Historical sites

(iv) One of the following was demonstrated unity and self-determination among African's in the desire to liberate themselves from foreign rule in the early 20th century

  1. Maumau 
  2. Chimurenga 
  3. Mfecane
  4. Majimaji 
  5. Afro-Boer

(v) An important reason for Ngonis' victory in East Africa was due to the superior

  1. Courage 
  2. Intelligence 
  3. Physical strength
  4. Military tactics 
  5. Poor beliefs

(vi) Which of the following colonial sectors of colonial economy favored European and Asians in Africa during colonial period

  1. Education, health, water, housing and roads
  2. Agriculture, mining, financial institution, transport and commerce
  3. Industry, communications, harbors and books
  4. Agriculture schemes, labour, bureau and trade
  5. Transportation heath, mining electricity and water services

(vii) A primate which led to the emergence of man is called

  1.  Proconsul 
  2. Chimpanzee 
  3. Gorile
  4. Monkey 
  5. Ramapithecus

(viii) IBEACO failed to administer colonies in East Africa on behalf Of the British government due to:

  1. The railway construction into the interior had used most of its fund
  2. If spent most of its fund on crushing slave trade
  3. It sent out experienced administrators when the local people destructed from previous visits
  4. Of the expenses of replanting the Zanzibar cloves destroyed by hurricanes
  5. Of the expenses involved in the civil war of Uganda

(ix) The following was one of the characteristics of colonial education EXCEPT 

  1. It based on rudimentary curriculum
  2. It segregated Africans
  3. If focus on literacy and numeracy
  4. It reflected the interest of the Africans
  5. It was accessed only by few Africans

(x) One reason for Dutch settlement at the cape in 1652 waste:

  1. Created Dutch Empire in South Africa
  2. Defeat Asians and Europeans who monopolized trade in Indian Ocean
  3. Prepare a refreshment station for Dutch Merchant from India
  4. Place South Africa in the world capitalism
  5. Prepare South Africa as home for Dutch Merchants

(xi) History is about;-

  1. Man's activities through various stages of his development
  2. How colonialists came to East Africa 
  3. The action of the head of states and government
  4. Homo sapiens

(xii) Nama and Herero resistance took place between in Against German rule.

  1. South West Africa 
  2. 1891 -1897 
  3. 1884 -1904 
  4. 1904 -1905 
  5. 1800- 1900

(xiii) Among the effects of European penetration into the interior of West Africa was

  1. Introduction and development of copper industry
  2. Development of marine technology 
  3. Decline of trans Saharan trade
  4. Abolition of triangular slave trade
  5. Decline of long distance trade

(xiv) Historical era when the Great economic depression occurred

  1. 1918- 1920 
  2. 1919 
  3. 1829- 1840
  4. 1929 - 1933 
  5. 1967- 1970

(xv) Major historical problem faced by independent African state after independence

  1. Low income to the majority
  2. Experts without white colour jobs
  3. The balance of the ministers from formal colonial master
  4. Size of the Independent African state
  5. Imbalance in power sharing

 2. Match the items in list "A" with the correct response in list "B" by writing the correct letter against the corresponding question number.

LIST A

LIST B

(i) German military alliance

(ii) The versatiles peace treaty was signed

(iii) An international organization which had much support on Tanganyika freedom fighting

(iv) Chimurenga war

(v) Apartheid policy was made official oli in South Africa

  1. 1896 - 1897
  2. Triple alliance
  3. ILO
  4. 1948
  5. Triple entente
  6. UNO
  7. 1919 in France
  8. 1587

3. Briefly answer the following questions

(i) Comment on the role played by colonial services consolidating colonialism in Africa.

(ii) Briefly comment on the indirect rule in Africa

(iii) What are the factors for state formation in pre-colonial societies (Outline six points).

(iv) Chimurenga war

(v) Colonial economy in Africa

(vi) Why Ethiopian were not colonized the 19thC

4. (a) Arrange the following statements in chronological order by using number I to 5 beside the item number @ 2 marks.

(i) The coming of Portuguese increased the demand for slaves because many people were enslaved for the big plantations.

(ii) Furthermore, the trade increased in size when in 1770s, French opened up plantations of sugar in Mauritania's and reunion.

(iii) However the indigenous chief huterlaud of East Africa participated fully in the trade because it's their source of political and economic power 

(iv) At the beginning slave trade was small in size because the slaves were taken to work as domestic slaves.

(v) The coming of Sayyid Said to Zanzibar intensified the trade, the clove and coconut plantations in Zanzibar mainly depend on the slave trade

(b) Explain in brief, ways of obtained slaves during the colonial period in African society

5. Draw a sketch Map of Africa and locate the following

(i) A country who was able to attain her freedom in 1957 which marked and acted as a stepping stone for African liberation

(ii) An East African country which obtained her independence through revolution means.

(iii) A place in Africa where the Boer Treck occurred between 1835 - 1840's

(iv) A place where a great historical extract of human life was made in East Africa.

(v) A country nearby Tanganyika North East which experienced armed struggle.

SECTION C (45) Marks

6. Why did European's take measures to abolish slave trade in the 19th century (Give six points)

7. Explain the reason for the failure of the former East African community (Give six points)

8. The Independence of Tanganyika in 1961 was an inevitable development given the nature of the colonial state and the global situation the existed after 1945. How far is this true? Substantiate by giving eight points.

9. Examine the strengths and weakness of education in Africa after Independence. Give eight points four each part.

10. Why has the dream of a United Africa not- bee achieved (Give eight points)

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM FOUR HISTORY REGIONAL SERIES-25 YEAR-2021

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE  
 REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

FORM IV MOCK EXAMINATION 2020 DODOMA REGION

012                                                               HISTORY
(For Both School and Private Candidates)

Time: 3 HRS                               `                                                   Thursday 4, August 2020  pm

Instructions

  1. This paper consist of three  sections A, B and C  with  Nine (09) questions
  2.  Answer All questions from section A and B and three questions from section C
  3. Write your examination number on every page of your answer sheet(s).
  4. All drawings should be in pencil
  5. Cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.

SECTION A, (20 Marks) 

Answer all questions in this section

1. For each of the items (i) – (xv), choose the correct answer from among the given alternatives and write its letter beside the item number in the answer booklet provided.

i.       ..................was the systematic tool maker and had bigger brain 

A      Zinjanthropus           B      Chimpanzee              

C       Homohabilis.             D      Homosapiens

ii.  The notable achievement of man in the late stone age was 

A      Making pebbles                                      B      Discovery of fire  

C      Establishing permanent settlement        D     Conquering neighboring weak states

iii.   One of the following sets is the list of missionaries who championed the establishment of colonialism in Africa 

A      John Krapf, John Rebman, Dr. David Livingstone  

B      William Macknon, Sir Harry Johnstone, Samwel White Baker  

C      Joseph Thompson, John Speke, Dr. David Livingstone   

D      Dr. David Livingstone, William Macknon, John Rebman

iv.  Among the given sets of areas bellow, one was an important salt making centre in Africa   

A      Axum and Meroe               B      Axum and Uvinza  

C      Meroe and Taghaza            D      Taghaza and Uvinza

v.    During the first phase of trading connections, traders who came to East Africa were from 

A      Britain, Yemen, Egypt and India

B      China, Oman, Mauritius and Comoro

C      China, Indonesia, Katanga and Sofala

D     China, Indonesia, India and Middle East

vi.    Industrial capitalism was preceded by 

A       Merchantalism                           B      Colonialism  

C      Competitive capitalism              D      Monopoly Capitalism.

vii.   In primitive communalism there was 

A      High level of productive forces               B      Low level of science and technology  

C      Social stratification                                  D      strong political institutions

viii.   The main reason for introducing colonial infrastructures was  

A       civilizing African colonies  

B      developing African colonies  

C      introducing new locomotive technology  

D      facilitating the exploitation of African manpower and resources

ix...............was formed in order to challenge CPP 

A      NLM            B      LEGCO                  C      UGCC                 D      GCA

x.    In promoting settler plantation in Kenya, the colonial state 

A       increased prices of cash crops for African farmers  

B       encouraged the settlers to pay high wages to African labourers   

C       created  means of ensuring constant supply of labour  

D      encouraged peasants to cultivate cash crops

xi.  The two superpowers which emerged after the world war II were 

A     USA and Britain                B     USSR and French  

C     USSR and USA                 D     UNO and USA

xii ..............were the leaders of the Pan-African movement. 

A     Jomo Kenyatta and Kwame Nkrumah  

B     Chimwenga and Machemba  

C     Julius K. Nyerere  and Kamuzu Banda  

D     William Du-Bois and Marcus Garvey.

xiii.  The following countries gained independence through armed struggle 

A      Namibia, Kenya and Angola 

B      Tanganyika, Uganda and Kenya 

C      Angola, Zimbabwe Nigeria 

D      Sudan, Senegal and Ghana

xiv.   South Africa achieved its majority rule in 1994 and Nelson Mandela became the first president. Before him, south Africa was governed by 

A      Peter Botha                        B      Robert Sokukwe  

C      Oliver Thambo                  D      Frerick De Klerk

v.    Which among the following agencies of UNO deals with matters concerning environment 

A        UNHCR             B       UNESCO               C      UNEP            D      UNICEF

2. Match the discriptions in list A with the corresponding names of the treaties in list B by writing the letter of the correct response beside the item number in the answer sheet.

LIST A

LIST B

(i)  The treaty that put legally and valid the territory of Msovero under German control.

(ii) The treaty that signed to close all public slave markets in the dominations of the Sultan.

(iii) The treaty that defined to both Britain and German their respective sphere of influence in East Africa.

(iv)  The treaty that prevented other foreign powers from occupying Zimbabwe.

(v) The peace treaty documents that were signed by the allied power against German.

A.    Moresby treaty 1822

B.     The moffat traety 1888

C.     The Berlin conference 1884

D.    Eternal friendship treaty 1884

E.     Freire treaty 1919

F.      Versailles treaty 1919

G.    Heligoland treaty 1890

H.    League of nations 1920

I.       M 23 treaty 2012

J.       Devonshire white paper 1923

SECTION B (35 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

3. Answer the following questions briefly

  1. What are the Periplus of the Erythrean Sea and Ptolemys Geography?
  2. Why the Africans collaboration with the colonialists was not considered as a betrayal to their fellow Africans?
  3. Why the British at the cape were blamed for the occurrence of the great Exodus in South Africa in the 19th Century?
  4. Flag followed cross. Discuss the statement in relation to Missionaries activities in establishment of colonialism in Africa.
  5. Why the attainment of political independence to African countries was just a transition period from colonialism to neo-colonialism.
  6. What is socialism and self reliance as a socialist ideology adopted by Tanzania?

4.   Arrange the following historical events in chronological order by writing number 1 to 6 besides the item number in the answer booklet provided.

  1. The first world war changed the African history in colonization and made Tanganyika to b e under British control
  2. Arabs were the first foreigners to interact and conduct trading activities for a very long period than other foreigners
  3. Germans were authorized to rule Tanganyika after the Berlin conference of the 1884/1885 headed by OHO Von Bismarck.
  4. The Portuguese need to control East Africa though Indian ocean in the 15th century  made the decline of Arab rule
  5. Several challenges faced Portuguese including bad climatic conditions and lack of enough fund made the end of Portuguese rule in the 17th Century
  6. Tanganyika is among the east African countries that has passed on through different periods of development from pre-colonial area to the period of colonialism. 

5. Draw a sketch map of Africa and locate the following sites by using roman numbers.

  1. A country which is still struggling for herself rule.
  2. The youngest nation in Africa
  3. A country where dual mandate was first practiced in Africa.
  4. A country which chaired front line countries for liberation of southern Africa.
  5. A country in which Hifekepunye Lucas Pohamba became its second president.

SECTION C(45 Marks) 

Answer only three (3) questions

6. The outbreak of Second World War was un avoidable. Discuss

7. Examine six factors which enable Tanganyika to attain her independence earlier than Kenya and Uganda.

8. Peasant agriculture was introduced by colonialists through several factors; examine them using six points

9. Examine six (6) problems encountered by the Africans during Mass nationalism in Africa.

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