Tag: History Form Two

Topic 4: Industrial Capitalism

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TRANSITION TO INDUSTRIAL CAPITALISM The transition to industrial capitalism began during the period of mercantile Capitalism when the European nations such as Spain, Holland, Portugal and Britain sold goods from local small industries to Africa and Asia. European merchants got enough capital for discovery of industries during the mid – 18th century. Industrial capitalism firstly started in […]

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Topic 3: Africa and External World

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The Africa contact with Middle East and Far East dated back early in 200BC. The early contacts were initially at the coast but later some of the foreigners moved further into interior of the East Africa. Those early foreigners visited Africa were people from Asia including; Lebanese, Syrians, Indonesians, Persians, Arabs and China. Later people from […]

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Topic 2: Socio-economic development and production in pre-colonial Africa.

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Social organization:  Refers to the mode of production existing in a particular place at particular time. Modes of production involve productive forces that are human labour, instrument of labour, economic activities and objects of labour and production. Modes of production: Is the relationship between production and productive forces include the following; human labour, surplus production, instrument […]

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Topic 1: Interaction among the People of Africa

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Topic 1: Interaction among the People of Africa

Interaction was the way in which people from a given community came into contact with another community.   or interaction was a state in which people from one community got into contact with one another. The contacts among African people resulted from their various struggles to meet their daily requirements and further social and economic development. Before colonialism, African communities […]

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