Ch – 1 The Rise Of Nationalism In Europe

Q.1: Which of the following statements are true about ‘nation-state’ ?

i) Citizens and rulers followed same religion.

ii) Citizens and rulers develop a sense of common identity.

iii) Citizens and rulers had shared history.

a) i and iii

b) ii and iii

c) i, ii and iii

Q.2: The Estates General of France was elected by a body of active citizens and renamed as ____________.

a) Diet

b) Parliament

c) National Assembly

Q.3: The Civil Code of 1804 is usually known as ‘___________________’.

a) Bonaparte Law

b) Napoleon’s Law

c) Napoleonic Code

Q.4: The battle of Leipzig took place in ___________.

a) 1813

b) 1830

c) 1831

Q.5: The Habsburg Empire ruled over _________________.

a) England-France

b) France-Austria

c) Austria-Hungary

Q.6: Socially and politically _____________ were the dominant class on the continent of Europe.

a) aristocracy

b) clergymen

c) women

Q.7: In 1834, a ___________ was formed at the initiative of Prussia, which abolished tariff barriers and reduced the number of currencies from over thirty to two.

a) Zollverein

b) Elle

c) Both

Q.8: Match the dates with events:

YearsEvents
i) 18151. Unification of Germany
ii) 1859-702. Fall of Napoleon
iii) 1866-713. Unification of Italy

a) i-1, ii- 3, iii-2

b) i-2, ii-3, iii-1

c) i-3, ii-1, iii-2

Q.9: Which of the following European powers had collectively defeated Napoleon ?

a) Britain and Russia

b) Prussia and Austria

c) Both ‘a’ and ‘b’

Q.10: Which dynasty was restored to power after the fall of Napoleon ?

a) Hamsburg

b) Ottoman

c) Bourbon

Q.11: Who was described as ‘the most dangerous enemy of our social order’ by Metternich ?

a) Mazzini

b) Napoleon

c) Delacroix

Q.12: Which treaty recognised Greece as an independent nation ?

a) Vienna

b) Tokyo

c) Constantinople

Q.13: What is ‘Romanticism’ ?

a) A cultural movement which sought to develop a particular form of national movement.

b) A festival celebrated in Italy.

c) A famous painting drawn for monarchy.

Q.14: ‘When France sneezes, the rest of Europe catches cold’ Who said this statement ?

a) Louis Phillippe

b) Metternich

c) Karol Kurpinski

Q.15: Who was Otto von Bismarck ?

a) Chief Minister of Prussia

b) Chief Minister of Germany

c) Chief Minister of Poland

Q.16: In 1861, ______________ was proclaimed king of united Italy.

a) William I

b) Victor Emmanuel III

c) Louis Phillippe

Q.17: The characteristics of ______________ were drawn from those of Liberty and Republic – the red cap, the tricolour, and the cockade.

a) Marianne

b) Germania

c) Indiana

Q.18: A large part of Balkans was under the control of _____________.

a) Mughal Empire

b) Ottoman Empire

c) British Empire

Published by Priya Prakash

In the midst of winter, i found there was within me an invincible summer ~ Albert Camus

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