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    CBSE X SUBJECT - HISTORY CHAPTER 1 - - THE RISE OF NATIONALISM IN EUROPE 1. Who visualised a world made up of 'Democratic and Social Republics'? (a) Napoleon, 1804 (b) Duke Metternich, 1815 (c) Frederic Sorrieu, 1848 Correct answer — (c) Frederic Sorrieu (1848), a French artist prepared four prints visualising a 'Utopian' world where people are grouped as distinct nations, with their flags and national costume as the national identity. Incorrect answer — (a) Napoleon Bonaparte (1769 — 1821) was a French statesman and a military leader who introduced reforms to ensure efficiency in the administration. Incorrect answer — (b) Duke Metternich (1773 — 1859) was a German statesman who launched the TREATY OF VIENNA (1815) to restore the monarchy of Bourbon dynasty. 2. 'A direct vote by which all the people of a region are asked to accept or reject a proposal' is known a (a) Referendum (b) Plebiscite (c) General Will Correct answer — (b) Plebiscite refers to as a direct vote by which all the people of a region are asked to accept or reject a proposal. Incorrect answer — (a) Referendum refers to as a direct vote in which the people of a region are asked to voice their opinion. Incorrect answer — (c) General will refers to as a general will of the people as a whole and aims at towards the "common good" of the people and not to an electorate. 3. Which revolution led to the emergence of nationalism in Europe? (a) Belgian Revolution (b) French Revolution (c) Russian Revolution Correct answer — (b) French Revolution in 1789 transferred the sovereign monarchy to a constitutional body of French people. Incorrect answer — (a) Belgian Revolution (1830 — 1839) led to the independence of the three modern nations — Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg from the British Rule. Incorrect answer — (c) Russian Revolution in 1917 dismantled the Tsarist autocracy and led to the birth of the Soviet Union.
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    4. Which French term laid emphasis on equal rights under a Constitution? (a) La patrie ( the fatherland) (b) Le citoyen (the citizens) (c) La matrie ( the motherland) Correct answer— (b) Le citoyens (the citizens) laid emphasis on equal rights of French people under the French constitution. Incorrect answer — (a) La patrie (the fatherland) refers to as the collective identity of French people enjoying equal rights as the people of France. Incorrect answer — (c) La matrie (the motherland) refers to as the French citizens enjoying equal rights. 5. Napoleonic Civil Code of 1804, abolished (a) All the privileges based on birth (b) Established equality before law (c) Secured the right to property Correct answer— (a) Napoleonic Civil Code of 1804 abolished all the privileges based on birth. Incorrect answer - (b) Napoleonic Civil Code of 1804 established equality before law. Incorrect answer — (c) Napoleonic Civil Code of 1804 secured the right to property. 6. Name the main feature of Napoleon Civil Code (a) Freed peasants from serfdom (b) Guild restrictions removed (c) A common national currency facilitated free trade across Europe Correct answer — (c) Napoleon Civil Code introduced a common national currency so to facilitate free trade across Europe. Incorrect answer — (a) Napoleon Civil Code freed the peasants from serfdom and manorial dues. Incorrect answer — (b) Napoleon Civil Code removed the Guild restrictions. 7. Which fundamental right was not mentioned in the Liberal Movement? (a) Representative government (b) Universal suffrage (c) Freedom of markets Correct answer — (b) Universal suffrage — the right to vote was not mentioned in the Liberal Movement. Incorrect answer — (a) Representative government — the right to elect a government by the people, was excluded in the Liberal Movement. Incorrect answer — (c) Freedom of markets — the right to freedom enjoyed by the markets, was not mentioned in the Liberal Movement. 8. Which countries participated in the Treaty of Vienna 1815? (a) Britain and Russia (b) Prussia and Austria (c) France and Netherlands Correct answer — (b) Prussia and Austria participated in the Treaty of Vienna in 1815 under the leadership of Duke Metternich, Austrian Chancellor for the settlement of Europe.
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    Incorrect answer — (a) Britain and Russia later joined Prussia and Austria in the Treaty of Vienna in 1815 under the leadership of Duke Metternich, Austrian Chancellor for the settlement of Europe. Incorrect answer — (c) France and Netherlands later participated in the Treaty of Vienna in 1815. 'Zollverein' , a custom union formed by Prussia and Germany, was formed to 9. (a) Abolish tariff barriers (b) Increased the number of currency (c) Create a railway network to promote nationalism Correct answer — (a) In 1834, 'Zollverein' a custom union, formed by Prussia and Germany, abolished tariff barriers to facilitate economic trade within their territories. Incorrect answer — (b) In 1834, 'Zollverein' a custom union, formed by Prussia and Germany, reduced the number of currency from thirty to two to facilitate economic trade. Incorrect answer — (c) In 1834, 'Zollverein' a custom union, formed by Prussia and Germany, created a railway network to promote nationalism. 10. Name the factor led to the Treaty of Vienna (1815) (a) To establish tariff barriers (b) To restore monarchy of Bourbon dynasty (c) To divide German Confederation of 39 States Correct answer — (b) The Treaty of Vienna in 1815 was conferred to restore the monarchy of Bourbon dynasty. Incorrect answer — (a) The Treaty of Vienna in 1815 was not conferred to establish tariff barriers within the French states. Incorrect answer — (c) Division of German Confederation of 39 Stares was not included in the Treaty of Vienna (1815). 11. Which factor was NOT implemented under the Treaty of Vienna of 1815? (a) Restoration of Bourbon dynasty (b) Setting up series of states on the boundaries of France (c) Diluting the German Confederation of 39 states Correct answer — (c) Division of German Confederation of 39 Stares was not included in the Treaty of Vienna (1815). Incorrect answer — (a) Restoration of Bourbon dynasty led to the conference of Treaty of Vienna in 1815. Incorrect answer — (b) The Treaty of Vienna (1815) led to the inclusion of series of states on the boundaries of France to prevent French expansion in future. 12. The Unification of Germany in 1871 took place under the leadership of (a) Kaiser William I of Prussia and his Chief Minister Otto von Bismarck (b) Mazzini and Garibaldi (c) Bismarck and Garibaldi
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    Correct answer — (a) Kaiser William I of Prussia and his Chief Minister Otto von Bismarck led to the unification of Germany in 1871. Incorrect answer — (b) Giuseppe Mazzini, an Italian revolutionary and his Minister Giuseppe Garibaldi marched into South Italy and annexed the Spanish Kingdom of the Two Sicilies in 1860. Incorrect answer — (c) Prussian Chief Minister Otto von Bismarck brought about the unification of Germany in 1871 in the Palace of Versailles; while Italian Minister Giuseppe Garibaldi led to the unification of Italy in 1860. 13. Which Italian ruler defeated Austria in 1859? (a) Count Cavour (b) Victor Emmanuel Il (c) Giuseppe Mazzini (d) Giuseppe Garibaldi Correct answer — (a) Count Cavour, the Italian ruler of Sardinia- Piedmont, defeated Austrian forces in 1859. Incorrect answer — (b) Victor Emmanuel Il was declared the king of Unified Italy in 1861. Incorrect answer — (c) Giuseppe Mazzini, an Italian revolutionary marched into South Italy and annexed the Spanish kingdoms of the Two Sicilies in 1860. Incorrect answer — (d) Giuseppe Garibaldi, an Italian Minister under Chief Minister Count Cavour led to the emergence of independent Italy in 1861 14. Who was Giuseppe Mazzini and where was he born? (a) Giuseppe Mazzini was an Italian, born in Rome in 1810 (b) Giuseppe Mazzini was an Italian revolutionary, born in Genoa in 1807 (c) Giuseppe Mazzini was a Corsican, born in Carbonari in 1807 Correct answer — (b) Giuseppe Mazzini was an Italian revolutionary, born in Genoa in 1807. Incorrect answer— (a) Giuseppe Mazzini was an Italian, not born in Rome in 1810. Incorrect answer— (c) Giuseppe Mazzini was not a Corsican, born in Carbonari in 1807. 15. Name the countries constituting the Great Balkans — (a) Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Bosnia- Herzegovina, Macedonia (b) Albania, Bulgaria, England, France, Spain, Italy (c) England, France, Italy, Spain (d) France, Italy, Spain, Poland Correct answer — (a) Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Bosnia- Herzegovina, Macedonia, Croatia, Albania constitute the Great Balkans. Incorrect answer — (b) England, France, Spain, Italy did not constitute the Great Balkans excluding Albania and Bulgaria. Incorrect answer— (c) England, France, Italy and Spain were involved in the pursuit of expansion of their empire. Incorrect answer — (d) France, Italy, Spain, Poland never constituted the Great Balkans.

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