World History solved MCQs

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1. Who were the Axis powers in World War-II?

a. Poland, Japan, Germany

B. Italy, Japan, Britain

c. Germany, Italy, France

d. Germany, Italy, Japan

2. Where was Pablo Picasso from?

a. Spain

B. Italy

c. France

d. Great Briton

3. "The Three Emperors' League", 1873 was also known as -

a. Dreikaiserbund Treaty

B. Triple Alliance

c. Reinst !ranee Treaty

d. The Dual Alliance

4. Who said "Man is a social animal"?

a. Aristotle

B. Rousseau

c. Laski

d. Plato

5. Who said that "Where there is no Law there will not be Liberty"?

a. Karl Marx

B. Plato

c. Machiavelli

d. John Locke

6. Whose teachings inspired the French Revolution?

a. Locke

B. Rousseau

c. Hegel

d. Plato

7. Which two countries were involved in a Hundred Years War?

a. Turkey and Austria

B. England and France

c. Palestine and Israel

d. Germany and Russia

8. The State is a necessary evil ac-cording to –

a. Communists

B. Liberalists

c. Individualists

d. Anarchists

9. The famous painting 'Monalisa' was the creation of :

a. Michael-Angelo

B. Leonardo-DaVinci

c. Piccasso

d. Van Gogh

10. The United Kingdom is a classic example of a/an

a. aristocracy

B. absolute monarchy

c. constitutional monarchy

d. polity

11. The Treaty of Versailles humiliated -

a. Austria

B. Germany

c. England

d. France

12. 'Liberty, Equality and Fraternity' is the call associated with -

a. American Revolution

B. French Revolution

c. Chinese Revolution

d. Russian Revolution

13. Karl Marx lived in exile and wrote from

a. Moscow

B. London

c. Paris

d. Stockholm

14. Napoleon-I and the Duke of Wellington fought the famous -

a. Battle of Austerlitz

B. Battle of Leipzig

c. Battle of Borodini

d. Battle of Waterloo

15. Which country emerged as the biggest colonial power at the end of the nineteenth century?

a. France

B. Spain

c. Britain

d. Germany

16. Where was Christopher Columbus from?

a. Venice

B. Genoa

c. Spain

d. Portugal

17. Who among the following played a prominent role during the "Reign of Terror" in France?

a. Voltaire

B. Ma rat

c. Robespierre

d. Montesquieu

18. Who discovered the sea route to India?

a. Vasco-da-gama

B. Columbus

c. Magellen

d. Bartho-lomev-Dias

19. Pablo Picasso, the famous painter was

a. French

B. Italian

c. Flemish

d. Spanish

20. John Locke profounded :

a. Social Contract Theory

B. Theory of Divine Rights

c. Patriarchal Theory

d. Theory of Force

21. The Greek viewed "politics" on the basis of :

a. Both ethical and legalistic terms

B. Ethical terms

c. Terms of power

d. Legalistic terms

22. Who was the first Calipha -

a. Sulaiman, the Great

B. Abu Bakr

c. Iman Hussain

d. Constantine

23. In which country is Karabla, the holy city of Shia Muslims located?

a. Iran

B. Iraq

c. Jordan

d. Syria

24. The world's oldest continuously inhabited city is -

a. Jerusalem

B. Baghdad

c. Istanbul

d. Damascus

25. Zend-Avesta is the sacred book of the -

a. Parsees

B. Jains

c. Jews

d. Buddhists

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