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World History Question Answer

Q61. France's current republican system of government is ______ Republic
(A) Third
(B) Fourth
(C) Fifth
(D) Sixth

Q62. From which island did Napoleon escaped in the year 1815
(A) Ibiza
(B) Elba
(C) Helena
(D) Sicily

Q63. When BBC was first founded as British Broadcasting Company
(A) 1922
(B) 1925
(C) 1927
(D) 1929

Q64. When did Britain declare the war against Germany in Second World War
(A) August 12, 1939
(B) August 23, 1939
(C) September 1, 1939
(D) September 3, 1939



Q65. Under whose leadership, Christianity became the state religion Byzantine Empire
(A) Constantine I
(B) Theodosius I
(C) Justinian I
(D) Basil I

Q66. The battle of Waterloo took place in the year
(A) 1807
(B) 1812
(C) 1815
(D) 1817

Q67. Who was the first Emperor of Eastern Roman
(A) Justinian I
(B) Constans I
(C) Valentinian I
(D) Arcadius

Q68. The city "Tikal" was belongs to which civilization
(A) Maya Civilization
(B) Harappa Civilization
(C) Aztec Civilization
(D) Roman Civilization



Q69. The term "Neolithic Age" was first coined by
(A) Alexander Rea
(B) Robert Bruce Foote
(C) John Lubbock
(D) Miles Burkit

Q70. The "Legion of Honour" was created by
(A) Louis Philippe
(B) Charles X
(C) Louis Napoleon
(D) Napoleon

Q71. "Roll up the map of Europe; it will not be wanted these ten years." Who said this
(A) Napoleon
(B) Pitt the Younger
(C) Nelson
(D) Alexander II

Q72. After the 1848 Revolution in France, Louis Philippe left for England as
(A) Mr. Smith
(B) Mr. Robert
(C) Mr. Brown
(D) Mr. Adam



Q73. At the end of World War II, Japan surrendered to the Allied Powers in 1945 after a treaty concluded on an American battleship called
(A) Missouri
(B) Mississippi
(C) Philadelphia
(D) Atlanta

Q74. The Women's March on Versailles, also known as the October March took place in the year
(A) 1786
(B) 1789
(C) 1793
(D) 1798

Q75. The treaty of Versailles which acknowledged the independence of American colonies took place in
(A) 1783
(B) 1786
(C) 1789
(D) 1792


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