Cameroon GCE A/L June 2015 HISTORY paper 3

G.C.E A/L HISTORY 2015 PAPER 3

 

SECTION A: AFRICA, 1800 – 1945

  1. Assess the impact of Christian Missionary activities in West Africa.
  2. How far can the European scramble for African territories in the late 19th century be ascribed to economic
  3. Account for the strong opposition by the West Africa to the British Policy of Indirect Rule.

 

SECTION B: AFRICA, 1945 TO THE PRESENT

  1. To what extent were developments in Africa responsible for the growth of African nationalism after 1945?
  2. With reference to specific examples, examine the manifestations of Neo-Colonialism in former French Equatorial
  3. Analyze the role played by internal factors in the collapse of Apartheid in South Africa.

 

SECTION C: WORLD REVOLUTIONS AND DIPLOMACY, 1700-1919

  1. The birth of the Prince of Wales was the main cause of the English Revolution of 1688 – 1689. Critically examine the validity of this assertion.
  2. To what extent did the policy of Meroantism contribute to the American Revolution of 1775 – 1783?
  3. Was the Treaty of Versailles of 1919 a satisfactory peace settlement?

 

SECTION D: WORLD, 1919 TO THE PRESENT DATE

 

  1. Evaluate the socio-economic achievements of the League of Nations.
  2. Critically examine the impact of the Second World War of 1939 — 1945
  3. “Western support to Israel has prolonged the Arab-Israeli Conflicts.”

 

 

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