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GRAAD 12 NATIONAL SENIOR CERTIFICATE GRADE 12 HISTORY P1 FEBRUARY/MARCH 2012 MARKS: 150 TIME: 3 hours This question paper consists of 10 pages and an addendum of 12 pages. Copyright reserved Please turn over History/P1 2 NSC DBE/Feb.–Mar. 2012 INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION 1. This question paper consists of FOUR questions based on the prescribed content framework as contained in the guideline document: QUESTION 1: WHAT WAS THE IMPACT OF THE COLD WAR IN FORMING THE WORLD AS IT WAS IN THE 1960s? • USSR/USA – Creating spheres of interest: Focus on Cuba QUESTION 2: HOW WAS UHURU REALISED IN AFRICA IN THE 1960s AND 1970s? • Case Study: Tanzania QUESTION 3: WHAT FORMS OF CIVIL SOCIETY PROTEST EMERGED FROM THE 1960s UP TO 1990? • Focus…show more content…
(1 x 2) (Written source) In what ways does the visual source convey the message of African socialism in Tanzania? (2 x 2) How does the visual source differ from the written source regarding communal farming? (2 x 2) Comment on whether Tanzania's policy of self-reliance was successful. (2 x 2) (2) 2.1.3 (2) 2.1.4 (4) 2.1.5 (4) 2.1.6 (4) 2.2 Study Source 2B. 2.2.1 2.2.2 Define the concept single-party system in your own words. (1 x 2) (2) Explain whether Nyerere was successful in implementing a single-party (2 x 2) system in Tanzania. (Statement 1) How did Nyerere ensure that parliamentarians were in touch with ordinary Tanzanians? (Statement 2) (1 x 2) Explain what the words 'they must have hated it' tell you about the (2 x 2) attitude of Tanzanian parliamentarians. (Statement 2) Using the information from Statements 1 and 2, as well as your own knowledge, explain which ONE of the statements you think would be most useful regarding Nyerere's rule of Tanzania. (2 x 2) (4) 2.2.3 (2) 2.2.4 (4) 2.2.5 (4) 2.3 Explain the limitations of Sources 2A and 2B to a historian studying Nyerere's rule of Tanzania. (2 x 2) Using the information from ALL the sources and your own knowledge, write a paragraph of about EIGHT lines (about 80 words) explaining the impact of Nyerere's policy of African socialism on Tanzania. (4) 2.4 (8) Copyright reserved Please turn over History/P1 6 NSC

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