3.The time chart below shows centuries 11th to the 21st AD. It also shows the period of historical events in East Africa represented in blocks labelled A — K. Below the chart is a list of those events numbered (i) — (xv). Choose the event from the list provided and match it with the corresponding period by writing the number of the event beside the letter of the period.
(i)Early spread of Islam and the rise of the coastal city states.
(ii) The outbreak of the Maji Maji War in Umatumbi.
(iii)Societies in many parts of Tanzania mainland had political organizations bigger than clans.
(iv)The Chwezi Empire was founded.
(v)The period of the Second World War.
(vi) Collapse of the socialist bloc and its consequent introduction of liberalization policies in East Africa.
(vii) British colonial rule.
(viii) Period of Oman Arab Slave trade which led to destruction of properties, depopulation and state of fear to Africans.
(ix) East Africa eventually came under alien colonial rule.
(x) The Portuguese were eventually driven out of East Africa north of the Ruvuma coast
(xi) The period of German colonial rule.
(xii)Triumph of mass nationalism in East Africa.
(xiii)Destruction of many coastal city states and the decline of Swahili civilization and coastal trade.
(xiv) Ngoni migration into East Africa.
(xv)The period of the Great Depression.
(xvi)Introduction of Structural Adjustment Programmes in Tanzania.
4.Each of the following paragraphs is supposed to have four sentences which form a complete historical meaning. One sentence is missing. Identify the missing sentence from the sentences below each paragraph labelled A to D. Write the letter of the missing sentence beside the item number.
(i) 1. Naturally, near to each great slave-raiding tribe was another group that suffered.
2. The raids of the Mande and Fulani meant that Kisii tribe was hard hit.
3. On the Gold Coast (Ghana) the Akan speakers made life so difficult for the Ga people that until today they still remember the Atlantic slave trade.