Some sample questions from this category:
* The history of Kenya as a political entity can be traced to the "Scramble for Africa" following the 1885 Congress of Berlin. Its present-day borders were first mapped out as a protectorate called British East Africa. When was this territory proclaimed?
* In 1951, Kenya African Union (KAU) president Jomo Kenyatta presented British Labor Secretary of State for the Colonies James Griffiths with a list of proposed actions, all of which were ignored. Which of these was NOT on Kenyatta's list?
* A major thrust of European incursion into Africa was Christian evangelism. Which of the following statements about Christianity in Kenya is generally accepted by historians?
* In response to popular pressure, an African was finally seated on the Kenya Legislative Council in 1944. Who was the first African to hold this seat?
* With the advent of World War II, the Kikuyu Central Association (KCA) was banned by the colonial government. It continued clandestinely until being replaced by a new organization in 1944: KAU. What does this acronym stand for?