HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT

The impacts of the Agrarian revolution in the United States of America

Diversification of agriculture through the introduction of new crops and animals from Britain. Inventions, e.g. the steel plough by John Deere and the reaper by Cyrus McCormick. Use of fertilizers and high breed seeds. Improved food production. Expansion of agriculture-related industries. Mechanization of farming to replace slave labour. Improvement and expansion of transport network. Increased …

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The contributions of Tippu Tip to the development of long-distance trade in East Africa

Tippu Tip was born in 1830 in Zanzibar, the name Tippu Tip was given to him as a nickname due to the sound made by his gun. His real name was Mohammed Bin Hamid born to a father a trader and a farmer in Tabora. He separated from his father and he went and his …

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EFFECTS OF THE SUDAN CIVIL WAR 1955 TO 2005

Over 2 million people or so perished in cold blood since 1955 to 2005 and a lot of property destroyed including roads, homesteads, plantations, destroying the family ties and stability. A number of rebel groups were formed in the South to fight for the Southern hegemony/ independence, these included the Nyanya and SPLA. It brought …

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FACTORS FOR THE EARLY INDEPENDENCE OF GHANA

Ethnic Unity almost 50% of the entire population were Akan speakers even the non Akan like the Ewe, Ga and Twi had adopted the Akan culture and language. This therefore became very easy for the nationalists to mobiles them. The long time hatred of colonial rule by the people of Ghana, the Asante for instance …

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What contribution did South African neihgbours play in the fight against apartheid?

These are countries that come together to help South African nationalists to fight apartheid. The founders of this group of countries were Nyerere ofTanzania, Uganda‚Äôs Obote and Mugabe of Zimbabwe . At first they were countries neighbouring South Africa later,other countries joined them. These countries included Uganda, Zambia, Botswana, Tanzania, Algeria, Zimbabwe and Libya Most …

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FACTORS FOR THE GROWTH OF NATIONALISM IN UGANDA

World war II and its impacts; ex soldiers like Baraki Kirya sensitized the masses of the need for democracy on top of that Britain had reduced its grip on Uganda forcing the governors to create reforms hence Ugandans demanded for more reforms thus nationalism. The 1945 appointments of three Ugandans in the legco was a …

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WHY DID THE SAN MIGRATE INTO SOUTH AFRICA?

The search for wild game. The San were hunters and might have migrated in search for hunting grounds. Hostile tribes might have forced the San to migrate to SouthAfrica .They moved to find a peaceful place. The outbreak of diseases might have forced the san tomigrate to South Africa .For example sleeping sickness andsmall pox. …

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