World History Question Answer

Q76. George Washington defeated the British Army led by Lord Cornwallis in 1781 at
(A) Sandy Hook
(B) York Town
(C) Gravesend Bay
(D) Saratoga

Q77. Who said “History is essentially the record of the life of men in societies in their geographical and their physical environments".
(A) Ben Elton
(B) G R Elton
(C) A L Rowse
(D) Winston Churchill

Q78. Which Latin American revolutionary leader known as "the Liberator"
(A) Simon Boliver
(B) Ezequiel Zamora
(C) Francisco de Miranda
(D) Jose San Martin

Q79. Which French Military officer fought in American War of Independence
(A) Thomas Jefferson
(B) Lafayette
(C) George Washington
(D) Thomas Paine

Q80. Who is known as the father of Humanism
(A) Dante
(B) Petrarch
(C) Vergil
(D) Geoffrey Chaucer

Q81. The Fascist Party in Italy was founded at
(A) Rome
(B) Milan
(C) Genoa
(D) Naples

Q82. Who introduced the concept of Dollar Diplomacy
(A) T.R. Roosevelt
(B) F.D. Roosevelt
(C) William Taft
(D) Woodrow Wilson

Q83. The term “Industrial Revolution” was coined by
(A) Andrew Johnson
(B) Adam Smith
(C) Auguste Blanqui
(D) Blavasky

Q84. The philosopher turned emperor of Rome is
(A) Augustus
(B) Marcus
(C) Constantine
(D) Marcus Aurelius

Q85. The Crusades started in 1095 AD with the meeting of the Great Council of Clermont under Pope
(A) Alexander II
(B) Clement
(C) John II
(D) Urban II

Q86. ‘The Mesopotamian Civilization’ was flourished along the banks of rivers
(A) Missouri-Mississippi
(B) Euphrates-Tigres
(C) Hoyang Ho-Yang-Tse
(D) Blue Nile-White Nile

Q87. The Treaty of Portsmouth in 1905 was signed between
(A) England and France
(B) England and China
(C) France and China
(D) Russia and Japan

Q88. ‘Bloody Sunday’ is related to which event in world history
(A) Russian Revolution of 1905
(B) October Revolution
(C) July Revolution
(D) American war of Independence

Q89. 'Tennis Court Oath' was related to which revolution
(A) American Revolution
(B) October Revolution
(C) French Revolution
(D) Russian Revolution

Q90. Name of the soldier related to the historic battle of Marathon and Marathon race in Olympic games
(A) Polydamas
(B) Philippides
(C) Phidias
(D) Horace

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