The French Revolution MCQ Questions for Class 9 Social Science Chapter 1 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 9 Social Science with Answers: History

Q1. The tax that was charged by the church from the peasants :

(i) Tithes
(ii) Taille
(iii) Indirect tax
(iv) Irrigation tax

(i) Tithes

Q2. The National Assembly framed a Constitution in 1791 to limit the powers of the

(i) monarch
(ii) wealthy man
(iii) businessmen
(iv) press

(i) monarch

Q3. According to the new constitution of 1791, the National Assembly was to be

(i) elected indirectly
(ii) appointed by the king
(iii) a hereditary body
(iv) Elected directly

(i) elected indirectly

Q4. What did Montesquieu propose?

(i) He purposed the division of separation of power.
(ii) He opposed the theory of separation of power.
(iii) He argued that legislature, legislative and judiciary should be depended on each other.
(iv) He purposed a division of power between judiciary, executive and legislature.

(iv) He purposed a division of power between judiciary, executive and legislature.

Q5. Which group of people did not join the Jacobin club?

(i) Artisans
(ii) Shopkeepers
(iii) Daily-wage workers
(iv) Men with property

(iv) Men with property

Q6. What did Louis XVI do, seeing the power of his revolting subjects?

(i) He accorded recognition to the National Assembly and Accepted checks on his powers
(ii) Ordered his army to crush the revolt
(iii) Accepted checks on his powers
(iv) He accorded recognition to the National Assembly

(i) He accorded recognition to the National Assembly and Accepted checks on his powers

Q7. Which of the following were the two leaders of National Assembly of France?

(i) Mirabeau and Voltaire
(ii) Mirabeau and Rousseau
(iii) Mirabeau and Montesquieu
(iv) Mirabeau and Abbesieyes

(iv) Mirabeau and Abbesieyes

Q8. A triangular slave trade took place between Europe, the Americas and:

(i) Africa
(ii) Asia
(iii) Australia
(iv) none of the above

(i) Africa

Q9. In the meeting of the Estates General, the members of the Third Estate demanded that

(i) All the three Estates should have one vote altogether
(ii) None of the options
(iii) Each member of the three Estates should have one vote
(iv) Each Estate should have one vote

(i) All the three Estates should have one vote altogether

Q10. Which period is referred to as the ‘Reign of Terror?

(i) The period from 1793 to 1794
(ii) The period from 1789 to 1794
(iii) The period from 1789 to 1785
(iv) The period from 1789 to 1799

(i) The period from 1793 to 1794

Q11. Upon becoming free, the slave wore:

(i) blue cap
(ii) white cap
(iii) red cap
(iv) green cap

(iii) red cap

Q12. Which of these books was written by John Locke?

(i) Two Treatises on Government
(ii) The Social Contract
(iii) All the options
(iv) The Spirit of the Laws

(i) Two Treatises on Government

Q13. When was a legislative, to free all the slaves in the French overseas possession passed?

(i) In 1783
(ii) In 1793
(iii) In 1795
(iv) In 1794

(iv) In 1794

Q14. The Third Estate comprised

(i) Poor servants and small peasants, landless labourers
(ii) Peasants and artisan
(iii) Big businessmen, merchants, lawyers etc.
(iv) All the above

(iv) All the above

Q15. The term Old Regime is usually used to describe

(i) Society and institutions of France before 1789 A.D.
(ii) None of the options
(iii) Society of France after 1789 A.D.
(iv) France before 1000 B.C.

(i) Society and institutions of France before 1789 A.D.

Q16. The French Revolution started in:

(i) 1789
(ii) 1688
(iii) 1709
(iv) 1749

(i) 1789

Q17. How does a ‘Subsistence Crisis’ happen?

(i) Bad harvest leads to scarcity of grains
(ii) Food prices rise and the poorest cannot buy bread
(iii) Leads to weaker bodies, diseases, deaths and even food riots
(iv) All the above

(iv) All the above

Q18. What was Estates General?

(i) A political body
(ii) Head of all landed property
(iii) Advisor of the king
(iv) Post of Army General

(i) A political body

Q19. The spirit of laws was written by:

(i) Montesquieu
(ii) Rousseau
(iii) Voltaire
(iv) Locke

(i) Montesquieu

Q20. Which of the following statements is untrue about the Third Estate

(i) The Third Estate was made of the poor only
(ii) Within the Third Estate some were rich and some were poor
(iii) Richer members of the Third Estate owned lands
(iv) Peasants were obliged to serve in the army, or build roads

(i) The Third Estate was made of the poor only

Q21. What was the Subsistence Crisis which occurred frequently in France?

(i) An extreme situation endangering the basic means of livelihood
(ii) Subsidy in food grains
(iii) Large-scale production of food grains
(iv) None of the options

(i) An extreme situation endangering the basic means of livelihood

Q22. Name the French philosopher who said that the people are real masters of the rule and king rules with their consent.

(i) Voltaire
(ii) Rousseau
(iii) Locke
(iv) Montesquieu

(ii) Rousseau

Q23. The word livres stands for:

(i) unit of currency in France
(ii) tax levied by the Church
(iii) Tax to be paid directly to the state
(iv) none of these

(i) unit of currency in France

Q24. When did the French Revolution begin?

(i) July 14, 1789
(ii) January 10, 1780
(iii) August 12, 1782
(iv) None of the options

(i) July 14, 1789

Q25. The fortress-prison in France is known as:

(i) Central Jail of France
(ii) Revolutionary Jail of France
(iii) Central Jail of Revolutionary
(iv) Bastille

(iv) Bastille

Q26. Who led the representatives of the Third Estate in Versailles on 20th June?

(i) Mirabeau
(ii) Abbe Sieyes
(iii) Louis XVI
(iv) Both (i) and (ii)

(iv) Both (i) and (ii)

Q27. Which of the following decisions was taken by the convention

(i) Declared France a Republic
(ii) All men and women above 21 years got the right to vote
(iii) Declared France a constitutional monarchy
(iv) Abolished the monarchy

(i) Declared France a Republic

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