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KNEC KCSE History and Government Paper 2 – 2014 Cross Country Mock

KNEC KCSE History and Government Paper 2 – 2014 Cross Country Mock

2014 Cross Country Mock

History and Government Paper 2

SECTION A (25 Marks)

Attempt ALL the questions in this section

1.

State one disadvantage a historian is likely to experience by relying on genetics for
information.

 1 marks

2.

Give one physical feature of Australopithecus Boisei.

 1 marks

3.

Identify two places where Oldowan tools were found.

 2 marks

4.

Outline two non-environmental reasons for domestication of crops and animals by man.

 2 marks

5.

Give one problem associated with rail transport.

 1 marks

6.

State two negative effects of telecommunication.

 2 marks

7.

Give one problem experienced by using steam for energy.

 1 marks

8.

Outline one function of Johannesburg as a modern urban centre.

 1 marks

9.

Identify one official appointed by the Kabaka to assist him in administration of Buganda in
the 19th Century.

 1 marks

10.

Give one benefit of indirect rule by the British in Northern Nigeria.

 1 marks

11.

Identify two methods used by Africans to convey their feelings during the development
of nationalism.

 2 marks

12.

Give one reason for the failure of the peace settlement after the First World War.

 1 marks

13.

Outline two functions of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations Give two reasons for the rise of Non-Aligned Movement.

 2 marks

14.

Give two reasons for the rise of Non – Aligned Movement.

 2 marks

15.

State two objectives of Economic Community of West African States.

 2 marks

16.

Identify one reason for the army mutiny in Democratic Republic of Congo in 1960.

 1 marks

17.

Outline two social developments in Tanzania after independent.

 2 marks

SECTION B (45 Marks)

Answer any Three questions in this section

18.

(a) Identify five changes in agriculture that took place in Britain during the Agrarian
revolution (5 marks)
(b) Explain five effects of the agrarian revolution in Britain (10 marks)

 15 marks

19.

(a) Give three disadvantages of barter trade (3 marks)
(b) Describe six factors that led to the decline of the Trans-Saharan trade. (12 marks)

 15 marks

20.

(a) List down three uses of wood as an early source of power (3 marks)
(b) Explain six factors that have led to the industrial growth in South Africa (12 marks)

 15 marks

21.

(a) Identify three social factors that influenced the European invasion of Africa.(3 marks)
(b) Why was the Samori war of resistance to the French protracted? (12 marks)

 15 marks

SECTION C (30 Marks)

Answer any Two questions from this section

22.

(a) Give five causes of World war two (1939 – 1945). (5 marks)
(b) Explain five effects of the cold war. (10 marks)

 15 marks

23.

(a) Name three key leading Pan-Africanists. (3 marks)
(b) Describe six social challenges facing the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) since
independence. (12 marks)

 15 marks

24.

(a) Identify three categories of persons who are not eligible to contest for constituency
seats in Britain. ( 3 marks)
(b) Explain six functions of the prime minister in Britain. (12 marks)

 15 marks

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