Which battle ended the struggle for political control between Abyssinia and Italy in the Horn of Africa in 1896?
The French colonial policy used to govern their West African territories was____
The main political effect of the First World War on Africa was that____
Which independent African territory was liberated from Italian occupation in 1941 by the Allied forces during the Second World War?
The African city that hosted an important wartime conference in 1943 where Churchill and Roosevelt met to plan the Allied the Allied conquest of Italy was____
The African nationalist leader who was accused by the British for leading the Mau-Mau movement in Kenya from 1952 to 1961 was____
The first British colony in West Africa to experience a peaceful decolonization through constitutional process leading to independence in the 1957s was____
Question 38 is based on this quotation made by a South African nationalist and statesman on the occasion of his country achieving Black majority rule in 1994.
"Never, never and never again shall it be (hat this beautiful land will again experience (he oppression of one by another..."
Identify the South African statesman who made this statement.
Who was the Biafran (Ibo) secessionist leader during the Nigerian Civil War of the 1960s?
The first summit of the O.A.U was held in 1963 at____
Which of the following European powers was the most industrialized nation in the world by the mid 1870s?
Bismarck's main aim of isolating France between 1870 and 1890 was____
The Alliance System that was formed to check the ambitions of Germany and Austria in the Balkans that led to the outbreak of the First World War was____
The main economic effect of the First World War on Europe that led to political crisis in the 1920s and 1930s was ____
The greatest challenge to the Principle of Collective Security in the 1920s and 1930s was____
Which of the following was a manifestation of the Cold War in Europe after 1945?
Which event effused the USA to become actively involved in the Second World War in 1914?
The League of Nations was the brainchild of ____
Which international agency lights to stop the spread of diseases and epidemics in the world since 194S?
Which International Organization is in charge of promoting football as a sport that fosters peace and friendship among peoples of the world?