31. Elle, the measuring unit in Germany was used to measure:
32. Zollevrein started in 1834 in Prussia refers to a:
(a) Trade Union
(b) Customs Union
(c) Labour Union
(d) Farmer’s Union
33. Romanticism refers to a:
(a) cultural movement
(b) religious movement
(c) political movement
(d) literary movement
34. Which one of the following types of government was functioning in France before the
revolution of 1789?
(c) Body of French Citizen
35. Which of the following countries is considered as the ‘cradle of European civilization’?
36. The first great revolution which gave the clear idea of nationalism with its core words:
‘Liberty, Equality and Fraternity’ was:
(a) The Russian Revolution
(b) The French Revolution
(c) The American Revolution
(d) India’s First War of Independence
37. ‘Crown of oak leaves’ symbolises?
(b) Being freed
(c) willingness to make peace
(d) Beginning of a new era
38. What did the ‘German Sword’ stand for?
(b) Readiness to fight
(c) Beginning of a new era
(d) Symbol of German empire-strength
39. Which one of the following types of government was functioning before the revolution of 1789?
(d) Council of French citizen
40. Which one of the following was not a part of the concept of nation-state?
(a) Clearly defined boundary
(b) National identity based on culture and history
(d) Freedom from monarchy
41. What is an “allegory’?
(a) Idealistic state
(b) Abstract idea
(c) Art form
42. What were the contributions of the Grimm Brothers in nation-building?
(a) Fairy tales
(b) Folk dances
43. Women were admitted in the Frankfurt parliament convened in the Church of St Paul, but
44. What did weavers in Silesia, in 1845, revolt against?
(a) Bad quality raw material
(b) Insufficient supply of raw material
(c) Contractors who didn’t pay them enough
(d) None of these
45. What was the result of Polish being used as the medium of instruction for preaching in all
Church gatherings, in late eighteenth century?
(a) Priests and bishops were jailed
(b) Followers were tortured
(c) Preachers were forced to preach in Russian
(d) Followers were sent to Siberia