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The Rise of Nationalism in Europe MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science Chapter 1 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science India and the Contemporary World Part- History

Q1. Which of the following countries did not attend the Congress of Vienna?

(i) Britain
(ii) Russia
(iii) Prussia
(iv) Switzerland

(iv) Switzerland

Q2. The artisans, industrial workers and peasants revolted against which one of the following in 1848, Europe?

(i) Economic Hardship
(ii) Political Unstability
(iii) Monarchy
(iv) Revolutionary War

(i) Economic Hardship

Q3. Like Germany, an another country which had a long history of political fragmentation was:

(i) Prussia
(ii) Italy
(iii) Russia
(iv) Denmark

(ii) Italy

Q4. Which among the following best signifies the idea of liberal nationalism of nineteenthcentury Europe?

(i) Emphasis on social justice
(ii) State planned socio-economic system
(iii) Freedom for individual and equality before law
(iv) Supremacy of state oriented nationalism.

(iii) Freedom for individual and equality before law

Q5. Who said ‘When France sneezes, the rest of Europe catches cold’?

(i) Garibaldi
(ii) Bismarck
(iii) Mazzini
(iv) Duke Metternich

(iv) Duke Metternich

Q6. Choose the correct nationality of the artist Frederic Sorrieu who visualised in his painting a society made up of Democratic and Social Republic.

(i) German
(ii) Swiss
(iii) French
(iv) American

(ii) Swiss

Q7. Which one of the following was an ‘allegory’ of the German nation ?

(i) Marianne
(ii) Blindfold woman
(iii) Germania
(iv) None of these

(iii) Germania

Q8. System of ideas reflecting a particular social and political vision refers to:

(i) Sociology
(ii) Ideology
(iii) democracy
(iv) Philosophy

(ii) Ideology

Q9. Choose the correctly matched pair from the following:

(i) Otto Von Bismarck -Germany
(ii) Napoleon -Spain
(iii) Giuseppe Garibaldi -France
(iv) Bourbon Kings -Italy

(i) Otto Von Bismarck -Germany

Q11. The Civil Code of 1804 in France is usually known as:

(i) The French Revolutionary Code
(ii) Napoleonic Code
(iii) European Imperial Code
(iv) The French Civil Code

(ii) Napoleonic Code

Q12. Who was proclaimed King of united Italy in 1861?

(i) Victor Emmanuel
(ii) Louis Philippe
(iii) Mazzini
(iv) Cavour

(i) Victor Emmanuel

Q13. The Napoleonic Code was exported to which of the following regions?

(i) England
(ii) Spain
(iii) Regions under French control
(iv) Poland

(iii) Regions under French control

Q14. Jacob and Wilhelm the two brothers who developed an interest in collecting old folktales were called :

(i) Bonn brothers
(ii) Grimm brothers
(iii) Twin brothers
(iv) Trinn brothers

(ii) Grimm brothers

Q15. Which among the following best signifies the idea of liberal nationalism of nineteenth century Europe?

(i) Emphasis on social justice
(ii) State planned socio-economic system
(iii) Freedom for individual and equality before law
(iv) Supremacy of state oriented nationalism.

(iii) Freedom for individual and equality before la

Q16. Three wars over seven years with Austria, Denmark, Germany and France, ended in

(i) Danish victory
(ii) Prussian victory
(iii) French victory
(iv) German victory

(ii) Prussian victor

Q17. Who among the following formed the secret society called ‘Young Italy’?

(i) Otto von Bismarck
(ii) Giuseppe Mazzini
(iii) Mettemich
(iv) Johann Gottfried Herder

(ii) Giuseppe Mazzini

Q18. Under which one of the following treaties was Greece recognised as a an independent nation?

(i) Treaty of Vienna
(ii) Treaty of Versailles
(iii) Treaty of St. Germain
(iv) Treaty of Constantinople of 1832

(iv) Treaty of Constantinople of 1832

Q19. The most celebrated Italian freedom fighter was :

(i) Count Cavour
(ii) Napoleon
(iii) Garibaldi
(iv) Mazzini

(iii) Garibaldi

Q20. When France sneezes, the rest of Europe catches cold”. Who among the following said this popular line ?

(i) Giseppe Mazzini
(ii) Metternich
(iii) Otto Von Bismarck
(iv) Guiseppe Garibaldi

(ii) Metternich

Q21. Who hosted the ‘Treaty of Vienna’?

(i) Frédéric Sorrieu
(ii) Victor Emmanuel
(iii) Duke Metternich
(iv) Giuseppe Garibaldi

(iii) Duke Metternich

Q22. Who said ‘When France sneezes, the rest of Europe catches cold’?

(i) Garibaldi
(ii) Bismarck
(iii) Mazzini
(iv) Duke Metternich

(ii) Bismarck

Q23. The most serious source of nationalist tension in Europe after 1871 was in the area called known as:

(i) Balkans
(ii) Slovenia
(iii) Serbia
(iv) Croatia

(i) Balkans

Q24. Which of the following revolutions is called as the first expression of ‘Nationalism’?

(i) French Revolution
(ii) Russian Revolution
(iii) Glorious Revolution
(iv) The Revolution of Liberals

(i) French Revolution

Q25. What does ‘Absolutist’ mean?

(i) A Philosophy
(ii) A Theory
(iii) Monarchical Government
(iv) A Painting

(iii) Monarchical Government

Q26. The allegory of the German nation who wears a crown of oak leaves was a:

(i) Marianne
(ii) Union Jack
(iii) Britannia
(iv) Germania

(iv) Germania

Q27. The female figure that represents the Republic of France was of:

(i) Germania
(ii) Claudia
(iii) Marianne
(iv) Helen

(iii) Marianne

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