Chapter 1 Nationalism In Europe MCQ

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Q1) Artists of the time of the French Revolution personified __ as a female figure.
a ) Freedom
b ) Justice
c ) Liberty
d ) Civil Liberty

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Answer C: Liberty

Q2) Read the following statements carefully:
Statement I: Giuseppe mazzini (1807-1872) was an French politician, journalist and activist for the unification of italy and spearheaded the italian revolutionary movement.
Statement II: Mazzini was not a fervent advocate of republicanism and envisioned a united, free and independent italy.
Statement III: Unlike his contemporary garibaldi, who was also a republican, mazzini never compromised his republican ideas and refused to swear an oath of allegiance to the house of savoy.
Which of the above Statement(s) is/are correct:

I and III.
II and III only.
III only.
All Statements are Correct.
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Answer 1: III Only

Q3. Who led a large number of armed volunteers in the fight against austrian forces?

Menotti Garibaldi
Anita Garibaldi
Giuseppe Mazzini
Giuseppe Garibaldi
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Answer 4: Giuseppe Garibaldi

Q4. When did the greek revolution begin?

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Answer 3: 1821

Q5. Who assisted the greeks during the greek revolution?

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Answer: Russian empire, great britain, france and several other european powers.

Q6. Who among the following formed the secret society called ‘Young Italy’.
(a) Otto von Bismarck
(b) Giuseppe Mazzini
(c) Metternich
(d) Johann Gottfried Herder

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Answer: (b) Giuseppe Mazzini

Q7. Who was a french artist whose images became prominent in the movement of french nationalism?

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Answer: Frederick soreau

Q8. Read the following statements carefully:
Statement I: Frederic sorrieu is trying to depict a utopian vision where the world is characterized by the following: world made up of democratic and secular republics.
Statement II: People of europe, america, men , women of all ages and classes marching together, paying homage to the statue of liberty in the paintings made by Sorrieu.
Statement III: Sorrieu grouped people into different nations, with their distinct flags and costumes.
Which of the above Statement(s) is/are correct:

I and III.
II and III only.
II only
All Statements are Correct
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Answer: All the Statements are correct

Q9.What is the direct vote of all the members of an electorate on an important public question such as a change in the constitution?

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Answer: Plebiscite

Q10. What is the right to vote in political elections?

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Answer: Suffrage

Q11. Read the following statements carefully:
Statement I: Allegory is an abstract idea.
Statement II: An allegorical story has two meanings, one literal and one symbolic.
Statement III: Absolutism refers to a system of rule that has no restraints on the power exercised.
Which of the above Statement(s) is/are correct

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Answer: All the Statements are correct

Q12. In what year did frédéric sorrieu create a series of prints depicting his dream of a world made up of democratic and social Republic?

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Answer: 1848

Q13. What did the statue of liberty hold a torch of?

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Answer: Enlightenment

Q14. What did students and educated-middle classes set up to spread the ideas of revolutionaries into holland, belgium, switzerland ?

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Answer: Jacobin clubs

Q15. What were napoleon’s revolutionary principles called?

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Answer: Civil code of 1804

Q16. Who introduced many reforms to simplify the administration and to make the whole system more efficient?

Napoleon III
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Answer: Napoleon

Q17. What term is taken from the latin word liber which means free?

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Answer: Liberalism

Q18. When was the treaty of vienna drawn up?

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Answer: 1815

Q19. Who defeated the napoleon in 1815?

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Answer: Britain, russia, prussia, and austria

Q20. Read the following statements carefully:
Statement I: During the middle of the nineteenth century, italy was divided into seven states, of which only one, sardinia-piedmont, was ruled by an italian princely house.
Statement II: The north was not under austrian habsburgs, the centre was not ruled by the pope and the southern regions were under the domination of the bourbon kings of spain.
Statement III: The state of italy emerged as an independent nation state in 1871 with victor emmanuel as the king.
Which of the above Statement(s) is/are correct:

I and III.
II and III only.
II only.
All Statements are Correct.
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Answer: I and III

Q21. Who was prussia’s chief minister?

Otto Von Bismarck
William II
William I
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Answer: Otto Von Bismarck

Q22. Who formed a customs union in 1834?

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Answer: Prussia

Q23. What does le citoyen mean?

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Answer: Citizen

Q24. At which of the following places was the Frankfurt assembly convened ?
(a) At the palace of Prussia
(b) At the half of Mirrors in palace of Versailles.
(c) At the church of st peters
(d) At the church of St panli

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Ans. (d) At the church of St panli

Q25. What were the inhabitants of the balkans known as?

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Ans. (1) Slaves

Q26. Who controlled a large part of the balkans?

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Answer: The ottoman empire

Q27. What language were scottish highlanders forbidden to speak?

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Answer: Gaelic language ​

Q28. Who decided to make a programme to unite italy?
I. Emmanuel Ii
II. Cavour
III. Garibaldi
IV. G Mazzini

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Answer: G Mazzini ​

Q29. Giuseppe garibaldi is the most celebrated freedom fighter of which country.

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Answer: Italian​

Q30. What became the allegory of german nation?

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Answer: Germania

Q31. What was france nation christened as?

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Answer: In France, the nation was christened as Marianne which is a popular Christian name for a. woman.

Q32. What country was king victor emmanuel the king of?

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Answer: Sardinia

Which of the following countries did not attend the Congress of Vienna?

(a) Britain
(b) Russia
(c) Prussia
(d) Switzerland

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Answer: (d) Switzerland

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