FORM FOUR HISTORY NECTA 2004

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL OF TANZANIA CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION EXAMINATION

 HISTORY

(For Both School and Private Candidates)

Time: 3 Hours Year: 2004

SECTION A

1. For each of the items (i) — (x) choose the correct answer from among the given alternatives and write its letter beside the item number.

(i)The well known matrilineal societies in East Africa by the nineteenth century were the:

A.Mwera, Makonde, Kurya and Maasai

B.Kikuyu, Kamba, Hehe and Gogo

C.Haya, Sambaa, Ha and Zigua

D.Mwera, Kamba, Kikuyu and Makonde

E. Ndali, Iraqw, Barbaig and Mbugu

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(ii)Effective Oman control in East Africa was established during the:

A.late 16th Century. B. Islamic Jihads.

C. second half of the 19th Century.

D. early 18th Century.

E. middle of the 18 th Century.

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(iii)The main factor for the decline of the Trans-Saharan trade in the 16th century was the:

A.spread of the Islamic Jihads in West Africa.

B.rise of Savanna States.

C. European conquest.

D. rise of Coastal trade or Trans-Atlantic trade.

E. scarcity of commodities in Northern Africa.

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(iv)Carl Peters' early success in promoting German interests in East Africa was:

A.in Zanzibar.

B.between the Pangani and Rufiji rivers.

C.in Buganda.

D.in the Northern Zone of Tanganyika.

E.in Witu area of Kenya. image

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(v) One of the features of monopoly capitalism was:

A. emergence of finance capital.

B.the emergence of new small capitalists.

C.a tremendous decline of commercial activities.

D.end of industrial activities.

E.primitive accumulation of capital.

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(vi)Which of the following was not a strategy of ensuring constant supply of labour in colonial agricultural and mining investments in Africa?

A.Land alienation

B.Taxation

C.Creation of labour reserves

D. Consolidation of peasantry

E. Changing the pattern of consumption of people.

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(vii)Which ofthe statements below is not true about the introduction of colonial economy in East Africa?

A.Uneven distribution of social and physical infrastructures.

B.Absence of sectoral link.

C.The establishment of heavy mining industry in Tanganyika.

D.The introduction of new crops such as sisal, cotton and pyrethrum.

E.Utilization of African cheap labour

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(viii)In Africa, neo-colonialism operates politically through: image A. provision of loans and aid with some conditions.

B. establishing military bases ofneo-colonialpowers in African countries. 

C. provision of grants to strong African governments and leaders.

D.impositioning of puppet governments.

E.provision of Western oriental education.

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(ix)Members of the Economic Community of West African States include:

A.Nigeria, Liberia, Zambia, Ghana, Mali and Chad

B.Nigeria, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Cape Verde and Senegal

C.Nigeria, Senegal, Cameroon, Liberia, Morocco and Eritrea

D.Togo, Nigeria, Algeria, Sierra Leone, Mali and Gambia

E.Cameroon, Mali, Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea, Western Sahara and Gabon.

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(x)The following is not a function of the African Union:

A.To ensure peace and security in the African continent.

B.Elimination of Apartheid regime in South Africa.

C.To promote international cooperation in line with the Charter of the United Nations Organization.

D.To promote unity and solidarity of the African States.

E.To settle inter-territorial conflicts in the continent.

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2. (a) Match the responses in list B with the word/phrases in listA by writing the letter of the correct response beside the item number.

LIST A

(i)Mode of production

(ii)British South Africa Company

(iii)South-South Dialogue

(iv)Road map

(v)Lukiko

LIST B

A.The US peace plan for Middle East crisis

B.A dialogue ofthe poor countries to pressurize the developed countries to transfer their technologies to the poor countries

C.The company that spearheaded the Boer Trek in South Africa

D.A combination of the forces of production and the relations of production

E.A dialogue among the poor countries for solving their problems without relying on the developed countries

F.The company which established British rule in Zimbabwe

G.Is formed by the combination of labour, objects of labour and means of labour

H.The title given to the Prime Minister of Buganda Kingdom

I.The non-interference accord between US and Egypt signed in 1978 at Camp David

J.The legislative body in the Kingdom of Buganda

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(b) Arrange the following statements in a chronological order.

(i) This allowed him to devote some of his time on other activities such as craft and trade.

(ii)This was marked by the spread of agricultural communities in areas where there were fertile, arable land and reliable rainfall.

(iii)By then the Iron Age in East Africa had reached an advanced stage.

(iv)With better and more durable iron tools, man's capacity to produce beyond his immediate subsistence requirements increased.

(v)By about the 15th century, village communities had emerged in various parts of East Africa.

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SECTION B

3. On the following sketch map of part of Africa there are Early and Middle Stone Age sites represented by numbers (i) — (xi). The names of these Early and Middle Stone Age sites are given below the map. Write the letter of the Stone Age site beside the number representing it.

Example: (xi) — D

A. Mufo

G. Taungs

B. Broken Hills

H. Vereeniging

C. Olduvai

I. Kalambo Falls

D. Olorgesailie

J. Sterkfontein

E. Hopefield 

F. Lochard

K. Victoria Falls

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4.In each of the items (i) — (x) below, there are five statements. One of the statements is WRONG. Identify the wrong statement and write its letter beside the item number.

(i) A. Oral tradition is the study of the past as handed down by words of mouth from one generation to another.

B. Oral tradition is mainly useful to illiterate societies.

C. Oral tradition can be obtained through the use of cultural practices such as music, poems, songs, proverbs and riddles. 

D. Oral traditions are not biased.

E. Oral tradition keeps on changing as time passes.

(ii) A. The fall of Bunyoro-Kitara was contributed by the external attacks.

B.Due to the big size of Bunyoro-Kitara, the King was not able to hold and rule it effectively.

C.The good climate that favoured production of food crops and keeping of livestock contributed to the fall of Bunyoro-Kitara.

D.All of the borders of Bunyoro-Kitara were open to attack from enemies.

E.Some parts of Bunyoro-Kitara pulled themselves out of the entire systems so as to become independent.

(iii) A. The East African Long Distance Trade involved the Arabs and Nyamwezi.

B. One of the principle exports during Long Distance Trade was ivory from the interior.

C.The Yao dominated the Southern route of the Long Distance Trade.

D. Due to Long Distance Trade, Zanzibar under Sultan Seyyid Said became well known to Arab countries.

E.The Arabs were not interested in slaves during Long Distance Trade.

(iv)A. The Berlin Conference of 1884/1885 was an imperialist conference which brought together European and African Chiefs to divide Africa.

B. The Berlin Conference of 1884/1885 legalized the division of African countries among European capitalists.

C.The Berlin Conference of 1884/1885 also solved the conflicts among the European powers over African land.

D.The Berlin Conference of 1884/1885 declared the basins of Nile, Niger and Congo rivers as free zones.

E.The Berlin Conference of 1884/1885 resolved to abolish slave trade in all European occupied territories.

(v) A. The presence of routes which had already been established by long distance traders facilitated colonial penetration into the interior of East Africa.

B.The work of early missionaries, traders and explorers contributed significantly to create conditions for colonial penetration.

C.The presence of translators such as missionaries who had already studied local languages enhanced penetration in the interior.

D.Possession of superior weapons such as firearms enabled the colonialists to defend themselves in their struggle to penetrate the interior.

E.The colonialists provided bribery to local rulers which made the colonialists to be accepted by all Africans as they were penetrating to the interior.

(vi) A. The French administered their colonies through direct rule system.

B.Under this system the French endeavored to incorporate the colonized people constitutionally and administratively as French subjects.

C.At the top was the Minister for the colonies based in Paris.

D.Under the Minister was the Governor, one in each of the 10 French colonies.

E.Under the Minister was the Governor General stationed at Dakar.

(vii) A. The South African Boers introduced the Bantustan policy in South Africa as one of the strategies to control liberation struggles. 

B. In addition, they encouraged the formation of the Patriotic Front.

C.Besides, they passed a law prohibiting Whites to marry Blacks.

D.Moreover, they established the constructive engagement policy in the neighboring Namibia.

E.The Nkomati Accord between South Africa and Mozambique was another technique.

(viii) A. The Second World War was an imperialistic war.

B.imageBritain, France, Russia and Germany were decisively defeated in this war.

C.The war caused intensive destruction of the resources and people.

D.Land use and rehabilitation schemes were introduced to revamp the devastated economy.

E.The war, however, accelerated the struggle for independence in the colonies.

(ix) A. One of the United Nations' agencies is the UNDP.

B.The African Unity is to ascertain the extent influenced by the European Union foreign policy on the nature of its economic strategies. 

C. The East African Community has got no Secretariat.

D. Edem Kodjo was once the OAU Secretary. 

E. Uganda is not a member of SADC.

(x) A. The first prime minister of Tanganyika was the late Mwalimu J. K. Nyerere.

B. Mwalimu J. K. Nyerere continued to be the Prime Minister until 1964 when Tanganyika and Zanzibar united.

C.Other Tanzanians who had served as prime ministers include Rashid Mfaume Kawawa and the late Edward Moringe Sokoine.

D.The first president of Zanzibar was the late Abeid Aman Karume.

E. Following his assassination in 1972, Karume was succeeded by Aboud Jumbe Mwinyi as the second president of Zanzibar and First VicePresident of the Union Government.

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SECTION C

5.What were the effects of the discovery of iron technology in African societies?

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6.Using specific examples, explain how the expansion of the Ngoni people during the nineteenth century affected the people of East and Central Africa.

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7.How did colonial economy differ from the pre-colonial economy?

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8.Explain the main causes of the First World War.

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9.Explain the methods that were employed by the black society in South Africa in the struggle for their liberation.

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10.Colonial and neo-colonialism were both exploitative systems being experienced in Africa. To what extent did colonialism pave way to neo-colonialism?

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