MCQ’s on The Making of a Global World for Class 10 History | Quiz 1

MCQ’s on The Making of a Global World for Class 10 History | Quiz 1

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Class-10 The Making of a Global World

MCQ's on The Making of a Global World for Class 10 History | Quiz 1

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In the plantations developed in America, the two chief crops grown were __________

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In Trinidad, the annual Muharram procession is known as _________

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Bob Marley's name is associated with _________

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The Great Depression began around 1929 and lasted till the _________

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Caribbean islands do not comprise _________

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What was Rinderpest?

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When was the Potato crop destroyed by diseases in Ireland?

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The global agricultural economy started in _______

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In which city did the European powers meet in 1885 to divide Africa between themselves?

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Assertion (A): By the early twentieth century, America became the biggest supplier of wheat to
Europe.
Reason (R): The expansion of the railways during the period greatly facilitated the transport of
grain

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According to which famous economist, Indian gold exports promoted global economic recovery?

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How many people were injured in the First World War?

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Who was Sir Henry Morton Stanley?

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When did the Great Depression begin?

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Which of the following powerful weapons was used by the Spanish conquerors to colonise America during the mid-seventeenth century?

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When was the system of Indentured labour abolished?

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Foods like chillies, soya, potato etc, were introduced in Asia and Europe from ______

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The 'flows' within international economic exchanges that are identified by the economists are __________

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Where was the First World War mainly fought?

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The Ford Motor plant was established in _________

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Which of the following common foods did not come from the New World?

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Which of the following terms is associated with the 'Assembly Line Method' of production?

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What was the reason that prompted Europeans to colonise Africa?

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How much the daily wage Ford increase of workers?

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Christopher Columbus accidentally discovered __________

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Which among the following is not a economic exchange?

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Who adopted the Assembly line method for car production in US?

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When the export of cotton textile in Britain declined, India did not lose much. Why?

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Which of the following statements is correct?

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Which of the following statements regarding the Silk Routes are correct ?
I. They also meant cultural links.
II. They spread over land and by sea.
III. They connected Asia with Europe and Africa.
IV. Besides textiles, gold and silver got exported from Asia to Europe through these routes.

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