World History Question Answer

Q16. Where did the February Revolution take place
(a) Moscow
(b) Petrograd
(c) Paris
(d) London

Q17. Who made the famous statement ""Man is born free, but everywhere he is in chains."
(a) John Locke
(b) Mirabeau
(c) Voltaire
(d) Jean Jacques Rousseau

Q18. What were the taxes extracted by Church during late eighteenth century in the French Society called
(a) Tithes
(b) Taille
(c) Livre
(d) Jizya

Q19. Which one was the last city founded in the Russian Empire
(a) Arkhangelsk
(b) Vologda
(c) Veliky Novgorod
(d) Murmansk

Q20. The Great Depression in the 1930s refers to
(a) A tropical storm that raged for weeks
(b) An ailment afflicting millions moving to a new vector borne disease
(c) An economic hollowing out leading to widespread unemployment and collapse of stock values
(d) A prolonged seasonal influence of unpredictable weather owing to earthquakes and tsunamis

Q21. Who was the King of Britain during the First World War ?
(a) Philip I
(b) Anarew VIII
(c) George V
(d) Jonn Vll

Q22. Who said "Knowledge is Power"
(a) Shakespeare
(b) Milton
(c) Francis Bacon
(d) Jawaharlal Nehru

Q23. Who among the following was not involved in establishing Non Aligned Movement
(a) Marshall Tito
(b) Nelson Mandela
(c) Jawaharlal Nehru
(d) Sukarno

Q24. Young Italy movement was started by whom
(a) Mazzini
(b) Mussolini
(c) Count Cavour
(d) Metternich

Q25. The Assyrians rise to power marked the beginning of the ______ stage in the development of the Mesopotanian Civilization
(a) I
(b) II
(c) III
(d) IV

Q26. The invention of solar calendar was apparently put into effect in the year
(a) 4100 BC
(b) 4200 BC
(c) 4300 BC
(d) 4500 BC

Q27. The immediate cause of First World War was
(a) Press propaganda
(b) Policy of William II
(c) Murder of Archduke Francis Ferdinand
(d) Policy of England

Q28. Archduke Francis Ferdinand was assassinated in
(a) Bosnia
(b) Serbia
(c) Sarajevo
(d) Berlin

Q29. Archduke Francis Ferdinand was assassinated in
(a) Bosnia
(b) Serbia
(c) Sarajevo
(d) Berlin

Q30. The Glorious revolution took place in
(a) 1688-89
(b) 1690-91
(c) 1691-92
(d) 1693-94

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