Q1. What was the significance of 'Broken Chains' ?
Q2. The group of countries that collectively defeated Napolean was:
Q3. What did Germania symbolise?
Q4 Who was Frederic Sorrieu?
Q5. Which of the following revolutions is called as the first expression of 'Nationalism'?
Q6. Napoleonic code is usually known as:
Q7. Which one of the following was not the feature of Napoleonic Code? a. Equality before law b. Universal Adult Franchise c. Right to Property d. Privileges based on birth
Q8. ldentify the correct statement with regard to The Civil Code of 1804'from the following options:
Q9. What does Absolutist' mean?
Q10. Modern form of nationalism received ts greatest boost during the:
Q11. The French Revolution required the citizen to speak:
Q12. A nation is described as community of people who believe that they have a common:
Q 13. The Germans under the leadership of … built their German Empire.
Q14. A treaty was signed in London in 1827, by:
Q15. What was the significance of the treaty of Constantinople Greek history?
Q16. What did Das Volk stand for?
Q17. What does La patrie mean?
Q 18. Which option about Bismarck is correct?
Q 19. Which option about the Italy is correct?
Q20. Who was called 'Bismarck of Italy'?
Q 21. In the Frankfurt parliament, a constitution was drafted on which data?
Q 22. The Polish State was divided into partitioned among the:
Q 23. Politically, what did liberalism stood for?
Q 24. Which among the following best signifies the idea of liberal nationalism of nineteenth century Europe?
Q 25. Which of the following aspect best signifies the image of Germania?
Q 26. Who formed the secret society called 'Young Italy'?
Q27. Who captured the power of Europe after Napoleon's defeat?
Q 28. "When France sneezes, the rest of Europe catches cold". Who among the following said this popular line?
Q 29. Who hosted the Treaty of Vienna'?
Q 30. Which one of the following was NOT the result of the Treaty of Vienna 1815?
Q 31. Identify the correct statement with regard to The Treaty of Vienna' from the following options:
Q 32. After the release of Giuseppe Mazzini from prison he found a new organisation called:
Q 33. Which country had been party of the 'Ottoman Empire' since the 15th century?
Q 34. Which country became full-fledged territorial state in Europe in the year 1789?
Q 35. When was the first clear expression of nationalism noticed in Europe?
Q36. Which of the following did the European conservatives not believe in?
Q 37. Name the Italian revolutionary from Genoa.
Q 38. Which language was spoken for purposes of diplomacy in the mid 18th century in Europe? Q 38. Which language was spoken for purposes of diplomacy in the mid 18th century in Europe?
Q 39. What was 'Young Italy?
Q 40. Who was proclaimed the King of United Italy, in 1861?
Q 41. The combined forces of Prussia and Austria defeated:
Q 42. Which two countries had a common ruler King Francis Joseph-Dual monarchy?
Q 43. What did the Civil Code of 1804 bring about?
Q 44. Which regions was the Civil Code exported to?
Q45. What did Napoleon do in the rural areas of these regions?
Q.46. What changes did Napoleon bring about in the towns?
Q.47. In mid eighteenth century, Europe what was the status of Germany, Italy and Switzerland?
Q48. Treaty of Constantinople recognised ..........as an independent nation.
49. What did the French revolutionaries aim for?
Q50. Giuseppe Mazzini became a member of the secret society. What was it known as?