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Default British History - Faisalabad Re-exam 2013

Federal Public Service Commission
Re-Examination of Competitive Examination

For Recruitment to Posts in BS-17 Under The
Federal Government, 2013
British History


PAPER-I


TIME ALLOWED: 2 HOURS & 30 MINUTES ..............MAXIMUM MARKS:80

NOTE:
(iii) Attempt Only FOUR question from Part II. All questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iv) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.


Part-II


Q.No.2. What were the circumstances which led to the Revolution of 1688? How far it was glorious and bloodless Revolution? (20)

Q.No.3. Trace the circumstances that led to the Restoration of Monarchy in England after the decline of Cromwell. (20)

Q.No.4. Why is the Victoria’s reign considered to be one of the most glorious period of British History? (20)

Q.No.5. Give an account of the Foreign Policy of England under William III. (20)

Q.No.6. “Lord Palmerstone was conservative in his Home Policy and Liberal abroad”. How far do you agree with this statement? (20)

Q.No.7. What were the main provisions of the Vienna Settlement? (20)

Q.No.8. Write notes on any TWO of the following: (20)
a).Jacobite Revolt of 1745
b).Bill if Rights
c).Act of Settlement 1701
d). Mary Tudor, the “Bloody Mary”.
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