FORM SIX HISTORY NECTA 2011

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 Wednesday, 09 th February 2011 p.m.

INSTRUCTIONS

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. Though the characteristics of the feudal mode of production were the same, their approaches however were different. Identify six (6) differences between the feudal modes of production practiced in Buganda with that one evolved along the Coast of East Africa.

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2. Examine the main characteristics of pre-colonial education, its pitfalls and roles to the development of African societies.

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3. “The motive behind the coming of missionaries, traders and explorers was scientific curiosity rather than capitalistic interest.” Discuss this statement with reference to the activities of these agents in East, Central and West Africa.

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4. Account for technological backwardness in agricultural sector during the colonial period.

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5. Analyse the purpose and importance of Direct and Indirect rule in colonial Africa.

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6. “The success of capitalist penetration in Africa was largely due to the role of the colonial state.” Discuss.

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7. Examine the essence and effects of racism on African societies during colonial period.

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8. Using specific examples assess the role of peasants and workers in the struggle for National Independence in African colonies.

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9. The crisis of 1929-1933 brought about some qualitative and quantitative changes in Tanganyika between 1930’s and 1940’s. Discuss.

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10. Analyse the possible reasons which led the U.S.A. to play contradictory roles in liberation movements in Africa.

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11. Critically examine the ways employed by the imperialist powers in preparing African countries for post independence colonialism.

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12. Evaluate the African’s gains from United Nations Organization for the last four decade.

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13. Account for failure of Blacks Nationalism in South Africa before the 1990’s.

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14. With specific examples examine the causes of Biafra Crises in Nigeria.

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15. Explain the main causes of the current economic crisis in Tanzania and steps taken to resolve it.

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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 Wednesday, 09 th February 2011 p.m.

INSTRUCTIONS

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. Though the characteristics of the feudal mode of production were the same, their approaches however were different. Identify six (6) differences between the feudal modes of production practiced in Buganda with that one evolved along the Coast of East Africa.

View Ans


2. Examine the main characteristics of pre-colonial education, its pitfalls and roles to the development of African societies.

View Ans


3. “The motive behind the coming of missionaries, traders and explorers was scientific curiosity rather than capitalistic interest.” Discuss this statement with reference to the activities of these agents in East, Central and West Africa.

View Ans


4. Account for technological backwardness in agricultural sector during the colonial period.

View Ans


5. Analyse the purpose and importance of Direct and Indirect rule in colonial Africa.

View Ans


6. “The success of capitalist penetration in Africa was largely due to the role of the colonial state.” Discuss.

View Ans


7. Examine the essence and effects of racism on African societies during colonial period.

View Ans


8. Using specific examples assess the role of peasants and workers in the struggle for National Independence in African colonies.

View Ans


9. The crisis of 1929-1933 brought about some qualitative and quantitative changes in Tanganyika between 1930’s and 1940’s. Discuss.

View Ans


10. Analyse the possible reasons which led the U.S.A. to play contradictory roles in liberation movements in Africa.

View Ans


11. Critically examine the ways employed by the imperialist powers in preparing African countries for post independence colonialism.

View Ans


12. Evaluate the African’s gains from United Nations Organization for the last four decade.

View Ans


13. Account for failure of Blacks Nationalism in South Africa before the 1990’s.

View Ans


14. With specific examples examine the causes of Biafra Crises in Nigeria.

View Ans


15. Explain the main causes of the current economic crisis in Tanzania and steps taken to resolve it.

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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL

ADVANCED CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION EXAMINATION

112/2 HISTORY 2

AFRICA IN WORLD HISTORY UP TO 1945

(For School Candidates Only)

Time: 3 Hours Thursday, 10 th February 2011 a.m.

INSTRUCTIONS

1. This paper consists of fifteen (15) questions.

2. Answer five (5) questions.

3. Each question carries twenty (20) marks.

4. Cellular phones are not allowed in examination room.

5. Write your Examination Number on every page of your answer booklet(s).


1. “Of all the factors which led to the development of merchantilism in England, the role of the Tudor monarchy should not be marginalized”. Substantiate.

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2. “Feudalism in Europe and Africa were almost the same”. Trace the differences and similarities of the feudal system practiced in Africa and Europe between the 15 th and 19 th centuries.

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3. Africa underdevelopment is a historical phenomenon. Discuss.

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4. “The rise of anti-democratic forces in Germany during the inter-world war era was

indispensable”. Justify this statement.

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5. Discuss the impact of the rise of competitive industrial capitalism on the development of African societies in the 19 th century.

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6. Examine the significance of German Unification in the colonization of Africa.

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7. Evaluate the impact of navigation to the development of British capitalism.

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8. Trace the origin and characteristics of proletarianization in Europe and explain the four (4) factors which enabled the proletarian struggles against capitalism.

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9. Examine the capitalist crisis that took place within western European powers especially Britain after 1945 and explain how Africa was affected.

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10. Evaluate the contribution of the League of Nations to the outbreak of Second World War.

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11. How did Africans react against the impact of 1929-1933 Great Depression?

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12. To what extent the Second World War was a turning point to the spread and consolidation of socialist ideas and practices in the world.

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13. Marcus Garvey was the one championed the idea of “Back to Africa movement”. To what extent did the movement realized its objectives.

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14. Discuss the Utopianism of early socialist thoughts.

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15. With relevant examples, examine the stages in the development of socialist thought and practice up to 1945.

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