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Question 31
A
controlling the Suez Canal
B
forming a constitutional government in Egypt
C
bringing down the monarchy
D
ensuring Egyptian independence.
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
D
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Question 32
A
the British and the Urabists
B
Tawfiq and the Mahdists
C
the Khedive and the Wafdists
D
Napoleon and the Mamluks.
Explanation.
The Urabis seizure of power in Egypt to end foreign domination of the country eventually led to stiff opposition from the British which defeated the nationalists and occupied Egypt.

Correct Option:
A
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Question 33
A
of its good climatic conditions
B
it was highly industrialized
C
it possessed good mineral resources
D
it provided an entrance to the Mediterranean.
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
D
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Question 34
A
They believed they had a superior faith
B
it enjoyed widespread support
C
the Egyptian army was poorly trained
D
General Gordon was an incompetent commander.
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
B
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Question 35
A
allowing them to take control of the trade with the hinterland
B
replacing Indian middlemen with Europeans
C
allowing European consuls to reside in Zanzibar
D
making English the lingua franca of Zanzibar.
Explanation.
The European consuls were to ensure compliance with commercial treaties signed between their countries and the Omani rulers and to protect citizens of their countries from molestations.

Correct Option:
C
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Question 36
A
gain access to the cape of Good Hope
B
pain control of the gold mines of Bunyoro
C
prevent other Europeans from controlling the source of the Nile
D
take control of the trade routes in the area.
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
C
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Question 37
A
location of the kingdom
B
alliance with some European powers
C
strong economic base of the kingdom
D
introduction of a compulsory military service.
Explanation.
Ethiopia is characterized by highplateaux, gorges and valleys as well as
semi-desert lowlands which have
protected the country from external
invasion.

Correct Option:
A
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Question 38
A
division and fragmentation of the Zulu nation
B
formation of the Ndebele state
C
decrease in Boer influence in South Africa
D
dispersal of the Zulu to the Katanga copper belt.
Explanation.

No official Explanation yet!


Correct Option:
B
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Question 39
A
labour laws
B
land laws
C
pass laws
D
marriage laws.
Explanation.
The protests were against restrictions of the movement of Africans from one area to another especially to enter any area occupied by the white people.

Correct Option:
C
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Question 40
A
restriction of movement of the whites in South Africa
B
agitation for black-white equality in South Africa
C
annexation of white communities by the Africans
D
the expansion of white communities in South Africa.
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
D

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