Social Science Class-X MCQ (2021-22) Part – 7

91. Who founded the revolutionary militia ‘Red Shirt’?

(a) Wilson
(b) Tsar Alexander II
(c) Garibaldi
(d) Matternich

92. Who was Frederick Sorrieu?

(a) A Revolutionary
(b) Chancellor of Austria
(c) King of Frame
(d) French Artist

93. Vienna Congress was convened in 1815 for what purpose?

(a) To declare completion of German Unification.
(b) To restore conservative regime in Europe.
(c) To declare war against France.
(d) To start the process of Italian unification.

94. Which year was known as the year of dear bread?

(a) 1830
(b) 1848
(c) 1789
(d) 1815

95. Name the state which led the process of Italian unification?

(a) Rome
(b) Prussia
(c) Sardinia Piedmont
(d) Vienna

96. Who said Cavour, Mazzini, and Garibaldi: three her brain, her soul, her sword?

(a) Victor Emmannual
(b) George Meredith
(c) Louis XVIII
(d) Guizot

97. Who followed the policy of Blood and Iron for national unification?

(a) Garibaldi
(b) Otto Von Bismark
(c) Mazzini
(d) Matternich

98. United Kingdom of Great Britain came into existence in the year –

(a) 1789
(b) 1798
(c) 1707
(d) 1801

99. Who said that, Italy was merely a geographical expression?

(a) Cavour
(b) Napoleon
(c) Matternich
(d) Guizot

100. Which one was not included in the Balkan Region?

(a) Croatia (b) Bosnia Harzegovina
(c) Serbia
(d) Spain

101. Who was the king of France at the time of French Revolution?

(a) Marie Antoniate
(b) Louis XVI
(c) Czar Nicolas
(d) Edward II

102. Which one of the following was not the feature of Napoleonic code?

(a) Equality before the law
(b) Universal adult franchise
(c) right to property
(d) privileges based on birth

103. After Napoleon’s defeat, who captured the power of Europe?

(a) Fascists
(b) Conservatives
(c) Communists
(d) None of the above

104. Who remarked “When France Sneezes, the rest of Europe catches cold?

(a) Giuseppe Mazzini
(b) Metternich
(c) Louis Philippe
(d) Johann Gottfried

105. Which country had been part of the ‘Ottoman Empire’ since the 15th century?

(a) Spain
(b) Greece
(c) France
(d) Germany

106. Which country became full-fledged territorial state in Europe in the year 1789?

(a) Germany
(b) France
(c) England
(d) Spain

107. When was the first clear expression of nationalism noticed in Europe?

(a) 1787
(b) 1759
(c) 1789
(d) 1769

108. Which language was spoken for purposes of diplomacy in the mid 18th century in Europe?

(a) German
(b) English
(c) French
(d) Spanish

109. Liberal-national mainly belong to which class?

(a) Elite class
(b) Educated middleclass elite
(c) Working class
(d) Artisans

110. Where was the first upheaval took place in July, 1803?

(a) Italy
(b) France
(c) Germany
(d) Greece

111. Which newly designed flag was chosen to replace the formal flag ‘Royal Standard’ in France?

(a) Union Jack
(b) Tricolour
(c) White Saltire
(d) Red Cross

112. Which of the following reforms made the whole system in France more rational and efficient?

(a) Administrative reform
(b) Social reform
(c) Economic reform
(d) Political reform

113. What was the main occupation in the mid 18th century in Europe?

(a) Trade and commerce
(b) Peasantry
(c) Craftmanship
(d) All of the above

114. What was the main feature of the pattern of land holding prevailing in the Eastern and Central


(a) Tenants
(b) Vast estates
(c) Small owners
(d) Landlords

115. Which country began to use language as a weapon of national resistance?

(a) Poland
(b) Prussia
(c) Hungary
(d) Austria



91. (C)

92. (D)

93. (B)

94. (B)

95. (C)

96. (B)

97. (C)

98. (C)

99. (C)

100. (D)

101. (B)

102. (D)

103. (B)

104. (B)

105. (C)

106. (B)

107. (C)

108. (C)

109. (B)

110. (B)

111. (B)

112. (A)

113. (B)

114. (B)

115. (A)


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