In this quiz, we will be seeing the first 15 questions of GCE 2017 on History.
History has always been known to mankind be the study of past events. We will see that, Economic, scientific, technical, medical, cultural, intellectual, religious, and military advances all have a role in the course of history.
Professional historians usually specialize on a certain facet of history, a specific time period, a specific historical style, or a specific geographical place.
When non-historians believe that things were better in the past, they often romanticize the past and speak of the "good old days." Others, on the other hand, regard history solely as a chronicle of progress, with everything always becoming better. People of all eras have made great achievements and committed terrible blunders; so processes of historical change cannot be categorized as either simple.
With these quizzes, you will be able to revise in preparation for your upcoming exams, do well to study well.
The European Official who was unable to annex Cameroon for his country in the 1880s was___
In which Douala township was the German flag not hoisted in July 1884 because its chief refused German annexation?
The polish national who signed treaties with the natives in the 1880s on behalf of the British was:
The coastal town of Cameroon over which German colonial administration gained full authority after negotiations with English missionaries was___
The most important effect of the Berlin Conference on Cameroon in 1887 was?
The following tribes were subdued by the German colonial administration in the 1890s except___
Which of the following was an economic effect of German plantations on Cameroonians?
The Cameroonian chief who actively collaborated with the Germans and escaped with them to Spanish Equatorial Guinea in 1916 was ____
Identify the pair of officials who respectively led British and French sections of Cameroon immediately after the partition of 1916
Question 10 is based on the following events numbered 1-4 which occurred between 1916 and 1922:
1. Battle of Yaounde
2. Simon-Milner Agreement
3. Establishment of League of Nations Mandate
3. Oliphant-Picot Agreement
In which chronological order, beginning with the earliest, did these events occur?
The following were reasons for the introduction of policy of Indirect Rule in British Southern Cameroons after 1922 except____
All the following traditional rulers were appointed native Authorities by the British during the mandate period to maintain law and order within their local areas except____
The traditional rulers who was dismissed (dethroned) and imprisoned by French during the Mandate period and later died in 1933 was___
All the following nationalists were active members of the Cameroon Youth League founded in 1940 except____
Question 15 is based on this statement made by a prominent Southern Cameroon traditional ruler during the mamfe conference of 1959.
''We ran away from Emdeley because he wanted to take us to Nigeria ....... If Mr Foncha wants to take us to French Cameroon, we shall also run away from him. For me, French Cameroon is fire while Nigeria is water which quenches thirst''
The traditional ruler referred to above was _____