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History Primary school Past Paper

 

 

 

MAUJUZI EXAMINATION SERVICES

 

                                                                                                          HISTORY VII ( P 03)

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A: Choose the most correct answer:

1.      Some local leaders resisted colonial domination in order to……                            

  A. defends their political sovereignty. 

  B. get money 

 C. rule the world 

 D. grab the whole land

2.      Mkwawa, Abushiri and Bwana Heri resisted against the ….                          

A. British                          

B. Germans                            

C. Portuguese 

D. French                  

3.      Diferent parts of Africa used different tactics to resist colonial invasion, one of them was…

A. guerilla war  

B. putting whites in the custody   

C. hating the colonialists 

D. killing the       

 

4.      Why did the Germans win the Maji maji war? …            

      A.  colonialists they were many

B. Kinjekitile magic didn’t work              

C. they were educated       

D. they were very  strong          

5.      The ethnic group in Kenya who resisted against the British. ….

A. the Zulu                        

B. Teuso                       

C.  the Nandi      

D. the Ndebele                   

6.      The leaders of MAUMAU  rebellion was….

A. Mwai Kibaki    

B. Kalonzo Musyoka 

C. Dedan Kimathi             

D. Daniel Moi                  

7.      The leader of the Bunyoro was known as…

      A. Lugard 

      B. Mwanga 

      C. Kabaka 

      D. Kabalega 

8.      The two African countries which escaped colonial rules are….   

     A. Nigeria and Ethiopa 

     B. Liberia and Sudan        

    C. Somalia and Ethiopia                     

    D. Ethiopia and Liberia         

9.       The system whereby European colonialists ruled Africa using local leaders is ….

A. assimilation policy                    

B. direct rule   

C. indirect rule            

D. democracy            

10.  Kondoa Irangi, amboni caves are…

    A. oral tradition 

    B. museums 

    C. historical sites 

    D. archive             

11.  The old stone age is also known as ….                                         

   A. middle stone age

   B. early stone age              

   C. original stone age               

   D. New stone age.                              

12.  One of the following elements can be a source of history ….

A. science and technology     

B. computer           

C. educated people        

D. written record    

13.  People shared all basic needs equally during…

     A.feudalism 

     B.capitalism 

    C.clans 

    D.communalism       

14.  The first Portuguese sailor to arrive the cape of Good Hope is …           

      A. Bartholomew Diaz

B. Vasco Da Gama           

C. Fransisco D’almenda          

D. Alfsonso D’albaqueque               

15.  The first group to invade East Africa…

     A. missionaries 

     B. explorers 

     C. colonialists 

     D. traders             

16.  Africa was called by the Europeans “the Dark Continent” because…                                       

A. of the black people                        

B. black snakes found in Africa

     C. it was unknown to the Europeans       

     D. it was too dark due to poverty

17.  The British fully established themselves in East Africa….               

      A. after the first world war

      B. after the second world war    

      C. after the Berlin Conference   

      D. after Maji maji war                      

18.  Before Maji maji war which tribe in Kilwa uprooted the grown cotton belonging to the Germans….. A. the Matumbi     

     B. the Nyamwezi     

     C. the Zaramo  

     D. the Ngido                                      

19.  The Indians who constructed the railway in East Africa during colonialism were known as….

 A. workers                        

B. peasants                 

C. coolies        

D. civil servants.                   

20.  The East African Community started in …. 

     A. 1977     

     B. 1964      

     C. 1959       

     D. 1967                     

21.  The first European to invade southern Africa were ….

A. the Portuguese             

B. the British               

C. the German     

D. the Dutch                 

22.  The Dutch farmers in South Cape were  known as….

A. peasants                        

B. livestock keepers               

C. boers          

D. white dogs.           

23.  The political party which fought for independence of Mozambique is….

A. UNITA                        

B. ANC                       

C. SWAPO                 

D. FRELIMO                                    

24.  The first democratically elected African president of south Africa is ….

A. Jacob Xuma     

B. Fredrick Declerk                

C. Thabo Mbeki          

D. Nelson Mandela     

25.  The organization of African Unity (OAU) was formed in..

     A. 1963 

    B. 1965 

    C.1945 

    D. 2000   

26.  Which of the following can be the effect of colonialism ….         

      A. African underdevelopment

B. self reliance 

C. destruction of the environment  

D. development of the people of Africa     

27.  Which system of colonial administration faced strong resistance?...           

       A. direct rule

B. indirect rule                 

C. assimilation policy         

D. using Akidas and Liwali’s               

28.  The East African Community collapsed in ….. 

     A. 1967    

     B. 1977        

     C. 1987     

      D. 1999                 

29.  Vasco Da Gama and his team arrived India in …. 

      A. 1947  

      B. 1948    

     C. 1847     

     D. 1498               

30.  Where did the Portuguese built fort Jesus?...

A. Dar es Salaam              

B. Malindi                   

C. Zanzibar                 

D. Mombasa              

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