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Form 4 History and Government Paper 2 Exam Questions and Answers Set 5
Identify the main role of government.
-To provide security to its citizens.
State two forms of oral traditions as sources of information on History and government.
Identify the main role of government.
Give one evidence that man developed religious practices during the late Stone Age period.
Identify two natural disasters that forced early man to turn from hunting and gathering to agriculture.
Give the main reason why Shadoof method of irrigation was important to man during the early agrarian revolution in Mesopotamia and Egypt.
Name the main commodity of trade from West Africa during the Trans-Atlantic trade.
State one reason why gold was the first metal to be used by man.
State how railway transport contributed to the agrarian and industrial revolution in Britain.
Identify two government policies which contributed to industrialization in India.
State two disadvantages of television as a source of information.
Give one reason why Edward Jenner is important in history of mankind.
Identify one factor that led to the decline of Meroe city.
Identify two ‘pull factors’ that contributed to the scramble and partition of Africa.
State two political grievances that contributed to the Maji Maji revolt of 1905-1907 in Tanganyika.
Give one way in which British naval supremacy contributed to the Allied Powers’ victory over the Central Powers.
State one reason why the Treaty of Versailles contributed to the outbreak of the Second World War.
Identify five factors that led to the growth of London.
Identify three terms of the Berlin Conference of 1884- 1885.
Explain six political results of partition of Africa by European powers.
State three functions of the Katikiro of Buganda during the pre-colonial period.
Give three reasons why USA did not join the First World War in 1914.
Explain six results of the First World War.
State the terms of the Rudd Concession of 1888.
State two reasons why early mammals lived on trees.
Identify one significant advance made by Homo erectus.
Give two major changes that marked the Agrarian revolution.
State two factors which promoted unity among the Greek city states.
Identify one European company which was involved in conducting slave trade in West Africa.
Give two reasons why the coastal regions of East African were attractive to the Arab traders.
Identify one political feature that formed the basis of the Asante unity.
State the significance of strategic considerations as a cause for scramble for East Africa.
Identify the key feature of the French system of administration in Senegal.
State two aims of the International African Association that was formed by King Leopold of Belgium.
Identify one event which occurred in 1917 that led to the end of World War I.
State two ways by which Germany violated the Versailles Treaty.
Name one aspect of political relations.
Identify two types of weapons invented as a result of the stalemate occasioned by the trench warfare during the First World War.
State the main function of the international labour organization.
State five ways on how Homo erectus improved his way of life.
Describe the way of life of early man during the Old Stone Age period.
State five measures taken by the Third World countries to promote science and technology.
Identify the privileges enjoyed by assimilated Africans in the four communes in Senegal.
Explain reasons why French policy of assimilation failed.
State the reasons that made Tanzania adopt multiparty system of government.
Describe the functions of the British parliament.
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