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Question 1: By 1964, the country was a ________ ruled by Sultan Jamshid bin Abdullah.
Absolute monarchyConstitutional monarchyRepublicDemocracy

Question 2: Parthenon would have been the largest British airborne and amphibious operation since the ________.
Suez CrisisArab–Israeli conflict1948 Arab–Israeli WarYom Kippur War

Question 3: With a long history of Arab rule dating back to 1698, Zanzibar was an overseas territory of ________ until it achieved independence in 1858 under its own Sultancy.
OmanSaudi ArabiaQatarUnited Arab Emirates

Question 4: [8] ________ was suspected by the ASP and civil disorder broke out, resulting in 68 deaths.
Elections by countrySecret ballotElectoral fraudElection

Question 5: [23] Many Arabs fled to safety in ________,[4] although by Okello's order no Europeans were harmed.
OmanUnited Arab EmiratesQatarSaudi Arabia

Question 6: [1][16] Arming themselves with hundreds of captured automatic rifles, submachine guns and ________, the insurgents took control of strategic buildings in the capital, Zanzibar Town.
Bren light machine gunBrowning Hi-PowerFN FALLee-Enfield

Question 7: The new government's apparent communist ties concerned the West, and as Zanzibar lay within the British ________, the British government drew up a number of intervention plans.
Composite Index of National CapabilityHistorical powersNATOSphere of influence

Question 8: However, a series of parliamentary elections resulted in the Arab minority retaining the hold on power it had inherited from Zanzibar's former existence as an overseas territory of ________.
United Arab EmiratesOmanSaudi ArabiaQatar

Question 9:
Zanzibar Revolution, Hi-Fi Murders and Indian massacre are all:
History of Tanzania Rebellions in Africa Racial massacres 20th-century revolutions

Question 10:
Zanzibar Revolution, Laetoli and History of Tanzania are all:
History of Tanzania History of Zanzibar 20th-century revolutions Rebellions in Africa







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