Online Test of Chapter 1 The Rise of Nationalism in Europe Test 1 History (Social Science S.St)| Class 10th

1. Who was Frederic Sorrieu?
(i) A French Philosopher
(ii) A French Artist
(iii) A French Politician
(iv) A French Revolutionary

2. The first clear expression of nationalism came with:
(i)The American Revolution
(ii) The French Revolution
(iii) The Russian Revolution
(iv) The Industrial Revolution

3. Napoleon code usually known as:
(i)The Civil Code of 1805
(ii) The Civil Code of 1806
(iii) The Civil Code of 1804
(iv) The Napoleonic Code of 1807

4. What does ‘Absolutist’ mean?
(i) A Philosophy
(ii) A Theory
(iii) Monarchical Government
(iv) A Painting

5. Politically, what did liberalism stood for?
(i) The concept of government by consent.
(ii) A centralised power exercised sovereign control over a clearly defined territory.
(iii) A government formed by noble people.
(iv) The right to vote

6. The political and constitutional changes brought about by the French Revolution were:
(i) It ended the absolute monarchy.
(ii) It transferred power to a body of the French citizens.
(iii) It proclaimed that henceforth people would constitute the nation and shape its destiny.
(iv) All the above.

7. What does La patrie mean?
(i) The citizen
(ii) The motherland
(iii) The fatherland
(iv) The country

8. Who hosted the ‘Treaty of Vienna’?
(i) Frédéric Sorrieu
(ii) Victor Emmanuel
(iii) Duke Metternich
(iv) Giuseppe Garibaldi

9. After Napoleon’s defeat, who captured the power of Europe?
(i) Fascists
(ii) Conservatives
(iii) Communists
(iv) None of these

10. Which one of the following was not the feature of Napoleonic Code?
(i) Equality before the law
(ii) Universal Adult Franchise
(iii) Right to Property
(iv) Privileges based on birth

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