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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION EXAMINATION
112/1 HISTORY 1
ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF AFRICAN STATES
(For School Candidates Only)
Time: 3 Hours February 2010 p.m.
1. This paper consists of sections fifteen (15) questions.
2. Answer five (5) questions.
3. Each question carries twenty (20) marks
4. Cellular phones are not allowed in the examination room.
5. Write your Examination Number on every page of your answer booklet(s).
1. Had it not been for the good and capacity leadership of the Kabaka, the Buganda kingdom would never have existed". Discuss.
2. Explain the impact of legitimate trade in Africa.
3. Discuss the factors underlying the delay of imperialist penetration to the interior of tropical Africa before the 19" century.
4. Missionaries played both positive and negative roles in the colonial Africa. Justify
5. Highlight the terms of Buganda Agreement of 1900 and show how they consolidated British domination in Uganda.
6. Examine the role played by the colonial superstructure in the imposition of capitalist relations of production in Africa.
7. Describe the major reasons which eventually made Germany to be involved in the colonization process of the African continent during the last quarter of the 19' century.
8. "Of all the colonies held by European countries in Africa, the Portuguese colonies had the most repression and the crudest exploitation." Discuss.
9. Discuss the peculiarities of the working class in Africa after 1945.
10. In the establishment of colonial rule and colonial exploitation of West Africa both the British and French used similar techniques with different strategies. Discuss.
11. Examine the material conditions which necessitated liberation by warfare.
12. Evaluate Africa's gains from the United Nations Organization for the last four decades.
13. Account for the economic and political repercussions on African colonies brought by the Second World War.
14. Trace the essence of economic crises in post independent African states.
15. Discuss the reasons for encouraging establishment of regional economic integrations in Africa in 1980s and problems surrounding them.
112/2 HISTORY 2
AFRICA IN WORLD HISTORY UP TO 1945
Time: 3 Hours February 2010.
1. This paper consists of fifteen (15) questions.
3. Each question carries twenty (20) marks.
4. Cellular phones are not allowed in examination room.
1. Discuss the nature of African societies at the time of contact with European societies during the 15th century.
2. Examine the features of mercantilism and explain how it laid a foundation to the country's industrial revolution.
3. Trace the important developments that led to the emergence of a capitalist society in Britain.
4. Historically analyze the significance of Africa during the process of the development of European capitalism.
5. Critically explore the impact of abolition of slave trade on African societies.
6. With relevant examples explain how the Versailles Treaty contributed to the outbreak of the Second World War.
7. Utopian thinkers struggled for ideal society without success. Account for their failure to achieve their goals.
8. Examine the main basic principles of Fascism.
9. Describe the background and significance of the Marshall Plan to the reconstruction of capitalist economy in Europe.
10. It is contended that "the first world war was a logical consequence of the development of capitalism in Europe". Discuss.
11. "The export of capital acquired its distinguished importance during the time of imperialism". Discuss the forms of this capital and explain why it highly preferred to be invested in Africa.
12. Compare and contrast between the struggles of Afro-American Civil Rights movements and South Africa's struggle against apartheid.
13. Account for the collapse of the Chartist movement in Britain.
14. Trace the origin and achievement of Pan-Africanism movement.
15. Account for the collapse of USSR as the leading world socialist power.
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