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Default Repeated Questions of British History


  • Estimate the career, character and achievements of the Duke of Marlborough. (2000)
  • Critically analyze the character and achievement of Robert Walpole. (2002)
  • Describe the character of Canning, his qualities of head and heart and his achievements in various fields. (2005)
  • Critically examine the achievements of Pitt the Younger with special focus on his domestic and foreign policy. (2008)
  • Note: Pitt the Younger (2010)(2012)
  • Note: William-IV - "The Sailor King"(2013)

  • Critically analyze the character and achievement of Robert Walpole. (2002)
  • Robert Walpole is regarded as the first Prime Minister of Britain. Why is this so? What factors facilitated and encouraged his emergence as the first Prime Minister? Did this have any constitutional implications? (2011)

  • Write an account of the achievement of Sir Robert Peel to his country. What are his the so-called Three betrayals of his party? (2003)
  • “Robert Peel has rightly been called the most liberal of the Conservatives and the most Conservative of the liberals.” Comment to elaborate his achievements as the Prime Minister of Queen Victoria. (2004) (2006)
  • Note: Sir Robert Peel (2007)

  • "All the Eighteenth Century wars in English History were all trade wars". Elucidate the statement. (2000)
  • Comprehensively discuss and analyze the statement that “The 18th Century Wars in English History were Trade Wars”. (2002)
  • How did Britain financial strength and capital resources help it to prevail against France during their struggles in the 18th century? Demostrate precisely how financial strength enabled Britain win with reference to the conflicts of this period. (2011)

  • Explain the foreign policy of Canning and comparatively highlight different aspects of the foreign policies of Canning and Castlereagh. (2000)
  • “Canning different from Castlereagh, not in his object, but in methods. Their objective was the same, although their methods different.” Explain the foreign policy of Canning in comparison to castlereagh. (2001)
  • Analyze the foreign policy of England under William III (1989 – 1702).
  • Critically examine the achievements of Pitt the Younger with special focus on his domestic and foreign policy. (2008)
  • Note : Foreign Policy of Castlereagh (2012)
  • What were the main achievements of Lord Castlereagh in the foreign affairs after the Congress of Vienna?(2013)

  • Did the Reform Act of 1832 bring any change in the structure of the British Parliament? If so, explain. (2000)
  • Note: Parliamentary Reform Act 1832 (2007)
  • How did the Reform Act of 1832 move Britain closer towards popular government? DIscuss with referene to the provision of the Act and the subsequent popular demands. (2011)
  • What were the changes brought about in the Structure of British Parlaiment by the Act of 1832.(2014)

  • Briefly discuss the main events of the reign of Queen Victoria from 1837 to 1850. (2000) (2001)
  • Write analytically about the policy and personality of Queen Victoria.
  • What do you understand by the "Victorian Age"? Write in brief about the achuevments of this age.(2014)

  • Describe the overseas possessions of England during the Queen Anne period. (2013)

  • “The Revolution of 1688 – 89 was spoken by our ancestors as the Glorious Revolution.” Give your views on this statement and enumerate the results of this Revolution. (2001)
  • Note: Events of glorious revolution (2002)
  • “The year 1688 was a great landmark in the history of England. The struggle between the King and the Parliament ended in the victory of the latter.” Comment to analyze the results of the glorious Revolution. (2004)
  • “The true glory of the British Revolution lay in the fact that it was bloodless, that there was no civil war, no massacre and no proscription.” Discuss and enumerate the result of Glorious Revolution. (2005)
  • “Never was a king stronger than James-II when he ascended the throne. In spite of this, he lost his throne in record time. This may seem to be strange but that was largely due to his own acts of omission.” Comment and enumerate the causes of the glorious Revolution. (2006)
  • How did the glorious Revolution in England affect the Social, Economic, Political and cultural life of English people? Explain and analyze. (2008)
  • “The glorious Revolution of 1688 was a great event in the annals of British History by which the king of England became servant of the people.” Analyze this statement with special reference to the result of the Revolution. (2008)
  • The Glorious Revolution of 1688 ushered in a new era of change, liberty and participation of the people in the decision making process, a view held by historians. Make a Critical evaluation of it. (2009)
  • “For many generations to come, the Revolution of 1688-89 was spoken of by our ancestors as the Glorious Revolution (Prof. Trevelyon). Comment on its results. (2010)
  • "Never was a king stronger than James III when he ascended the throne. But he lost the throne in record time largely because of his omissions and commissions," In view of this statement analyze the cause and results of Glorious Revolution.(2012)
  • State briefly and succinctly the causes and the results of the Glorious Revolution of 1688.(2013)

  • “The people of England got so much frightened by the developments in France that there prevailed a sort of panic in the country.” Give your views on the effects of French Revolution on England. (2001)
  • Give an account of the French Revolution from the Treaty of AMIENS to the Battle of Waterloo. (2003)
  • What measures were adopted by England to check the French Revolution for its spread in Europe (1793-1797). Narrate the measures. (2007)
  • French Revolution was a very important event in the History not only of France but also for England. How did the revolution affect the British society and political thought? (2008)
  • What were the effects of the French Revolution on the Life, and Thought of 18th Century England? (2009)
  • What was the impact of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars on British
  1. Politics
  2. Military Power
  3. Economic Strength
  4. Diplomatic role (2011)
  • What measures where taken by England to check the French Revolution for its spread in Europe? Analyze.(2012)
  • Describe the role played by England in the downfall of Napeolean. (2014)

  • What were the reasons for the supremacy of Whig oligarchy from 1714 – 1760? What were the merits and demerits of Whig ascendancy? (2002)
  • Note: The Whig Oligarchy. (2004) (2005)
  • What were the causes of success and failure of Whig oligarchy in England? Explain. (2008)
  • Note: Reforms of the Whigs Government between 1833-41 (2013)
  • Write Comprehensively on the "Whigs Oligarchy" in England.(2014)

  • What were the main provisions of the Vienna Settlement? Point out its major drawbacks. (2004)
  • Note: Vienna Congress of 1815 (2000) (2005)
  • Note: Vienna Settlement (2006)

  • Critically review the Parliamentary Union between England and Ireland. How would you compare it with Scottish Union? (2001) (2004) (2005) (2006)

  • Note: The Methodist Movement (2000) (2004)
  • Give an account of the Methodist Church. How did it influence the Social and Political life in England ? (2005)

  • Why did Napoleon attempt to invade England and what were the causes of his failure ? (2005)
  • Note: Napoleon Bonaparte (2004) (2006)
  • “The empire of Napoleon was like a brilliant bubble on the stream of time” critically examine this statement. (2008)

  • Critically analyze the causes and results of Americans war of Independence. How did the war affect British colonial policy? (2002)
  • Give a detailed account of the causes of American War of Independence?
  • What were the results of American war of independence? It is said that it not only liberated America but also Britain. Discuss, (2007)
  • How the American War of Independence affected the British Colonial System and to what extent it was responsible for the de-colonization process? (2009)
  • What were the various causes of the British failure in the American War of Independence? (2012)
  • "No Taxation without Representaion".Also narrate the causes and results of war of American Independence.(2014)

  • The most important event of the reign of Queen Anne (1702 – 1714) was the war of Spanish Succession. Analyze the causes, events and results of the war. (2002)
  • The most important event of the reign of Queen Anne was the “War of Spanish Succession which practically occupied the whole of her reign.” Comment and give the causes of this war. (2006)

  • Note: In what way can the Treaty of UTRECHT be regarded as one of the great landmarks in British and European History? (2003)
  • Note: The Treaty of Utrecht. (2005)
  • “The peace of Utrecht marks the true end of the 17th century and the beginning of the 18th, in the history of Europe. Wars of religion came to an end and wars for trade and colonial empires took place. Above all the peace marks the final failure of the plans of Louis XIV. His price was now humble and the power of France was shattered.” (Southgate) Comment. (2007)

  • What was the personal rule’ of George III. How it was established and also narrate the causes of its failure. (2007)
  • Write critical essay of George III Personal Rule? (2010)
  • Critically examine how George III established his personal rule and why it failed?(2012)
  • What methods George-III adopted in carrying out his determination to be the real ruler of the country?(2013)

  • Note: “Chartist Movement was the barometer of people’s poverty”. (2003)
  • Note: Chartist Movement (2005)(2013)
  • What do you mean by Chartist Movement; what were its demands? (2010)

  • What were the positive and negative dimensions of the Industrial Revolution? What is your personal view that whether it was boon or bane for the common man? (2009)
  • Note: Social Results of Industrial Revolution (2010)
  • How the Industrial Revolution affected the life of common man? Comment.
  • Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in England? What were the implications of this development for England's role in the world? Discuss. (2011)
  • England had become the workshop of the world with the beginning of Industrial Revolution". Discuss. (2014)

  • “The Settlement of Berlin did not solve the Eastern Question. There were so many conflicting interests in the Balkans that it was out of question to find a satisfactory solution to all of them.” Discuss. (2001)
  • Produce an analytical essay on Eastern Question and what was the British policy towards it? (2009)

  • How did the system of political parties evolve in Britain and what was their format during the first half of the 19th Century. (2000)
  • The growth of political parties in England during the 18th century strengthened the Cabinet System of Government. Comment and analyze. (2008)(2012)
  • Account for the development of Political Party System in Egnland during the 19th century.(2014)

  • Describe the political and constitutional significance of the Hanoverian succession on the course of British history. (2001) (2004) (2005)(2012)
  • Discuss briefly the constitutional and political importance of Hanovarian succession to the throne of England

  • When and why and how did England became “Great Britain”? Explain the principal advantages to the countries directly affected by this change. (2003)
  • “A glorious success until 1761, and then failure”. Do you agree with this estimate of the career of Chatham? (2003)
  • Give the causes of the struggle between George III and the Whigs till the triumph of the king over the Whigs. (2003)
  • Explain, “If England reached in 1815 the zenith of political and military prestige she reached the nadir of Industrial dislocation and social discontent”, (2003)
  • What troubles did the British have in India and America during the period 1748-1756? (2004)
  • What were the main objects of the Act of Settlement-1701? (2006)
  • Write a note on the Constitutional progress during the reign of William III and Mary from 1689 to 1702. (2007)
  • ‘It has often been said that this system (the old Colonial System) was conceived wholly in the interest of the mother country.’ (Ramsay Muir) Comment (2007)
  • What do you know about the Anglo-French War, 1793-1815 and its after effects? (2009)
  • How the First Coalition (1793-97) was formed against France; write the causes of its failure? (2010)
  • Write down the Union of England and Scotland. Narrate its results. (2010)
  • How did the social structure of Britain changed between 1750 and 1832? Discuss at least three distinct social structural changes that occured during this period. (2011)
  • What were the different opinions regarding policy towards Continental Europe after 1815? Which opinion eventually became the official policy? Why? (2011)
  • Why were there so much disputes and distresses among the people after 1815?(2013)
  • Note: South Sea Company (2000)
  • Note: Jerkin's Ear War (2000)
  • Note: Jacobite Revolt of 1745. (2002)
  • Note: Causes and results of seven years war. (2002)(2012)(2013)
  • Note: Give an account of WAR OF JENKINS EAR (1739) (2003)
  • Note: Poor Law Reform of 1834 (2004)
  • Note: Agrarian Revolution (2006) (2007)
  • Note: Emancipation Act of 1833 (2006)
  • Note: John Wilkes (2007)
  • Note: Treaty of Paris (1763) (2010)
  • Note: The Bed – Chamber Question. (2010)
  • Note: Edmond Burke (2012)
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Winston Churchill

  • Would you agree with the assessment that Winston Churchill is the greatest of British prime ministers from the period (1850_present)? Defend your opinions with examples from British history. (2011)
  • Discuss Winston Churchill as a statesman, warrior and a man of letters. (2005)
  • Churchill was renowned war Minister, Prime Minister and Statesman. He diligently won the World War II and maintained Peace and Tranquility. Discuss. (2000)
  • SHORT NOTE :Sir Winston Churchill. (2007, 2010)(2012)

  • How did Britain gain by Salisbury’s Policy of Prudent gain and constant concessions? (2003, 2007)
  • “The whole course of the British foreign policy in the period before the outbreak of the First World War was determined during the two long administration of Salisburybetween 1880 and 1909.” Discuss this statement in detail. (2004)

  • Produce and analytical essay on the four tenures of office of Gladstone, with particular reference to his reforms and foreign policy?(2014)
  • Gladstone’s tenure of office has been called ‘The Second Era Of Reforms’. Discuss his reforms. (2010)
  • Explain Gladstone’s Policy of "killing Home Rule by kindness". Did he succeed in this policy? (2003, 2005, 2006)

  • The domestic policy of Gladstone was the climax of liberalism during the 19th century. Discuss and analyze. (2001)


  • Explain the Policy of Disraeli with special reference to Peace with Honour. (2007)
  • SHORT NOTE : Foreign Policy of Disraeli. (2000)

  • Explain the chief characteristics of Liberalism and Conservatism, as revealed in the policies of Gladstone and Disraeli. (2004)
  • Compare and Contrast the policies and personalities of Gladstone and Disraeli as Prime Ministers. (2009)

  • Discuss the Toryism of Benjamin Disraeli with particular reference to his record as Prime Minister. (2000, 2008)

Margaret Thatcher

  • Comprehensive Notes :Margaret Thatcher (2012)
  • What were the factors that facilitated the rise of Margaret Thatcher in the politics of Britain? Comment on her major policies. (2011)
  • “Although Great Britain lost her former glory and prestige, but Mrs. Margaret Thatcher made it possible for her to be counted in the world politics.” Discuss Thatcher’s achievements in lights of above statement. (2004)
  • SHORT NOTE : Margaret Thatcher. (2009)


  • “Palmerston was more successful as a Foreign Minister than as a Prime Minister.” Comment and Analyze. (2000, 2008)
  • “He (Mr. Palmerston) was a conservative at home and a revolutionary abroad”. Elucidate these remarks. (2003)

Robert Peel

  • Robert Peel was the most liberal of the conservatives and most conservative of the liberals"(2012)


  • Discuss the rise of Labour Party in Britain and point out the achievements of this party. (2003)

  • Explain the achievements of the labour government after the Second World War. (2000)
  • The first Labour Government. (2010)


  • How did the British political leadership balance the need for stability with the need for reform between 1860 and 1894? Discuss with reference to major legislation enacted during this period. (2011)

  • Critically examine the Parliamentary Act of 1911. (2010)

  • Critically evaluate the various Acts passed since 1867 to 1950 to strengthen the democratic institutions (2009)

  • The parliamentary reforms in England from 1832-1928 made the country politically democratic. Analyze. (2008)
  • Parliament Act of 1911. (2000)


  • What is a welfare state? Elaborate upon some of the major reforms introduced in the UKpost 1945. (2011)

  • Growth of Education system in England in the 19th century laid the foundation of Modern Britain. Comment comprehensively. (2008)

  • Give an account of the various social laws passed by the Liberals in power from 1906-15. (2007)

  • Discuss critically the major social and political institution that developed in England during the later half of the 19th century. (2004)
  • Education development in England during the 19th century. (2001)


  • What was British policy towards Europe between 1866 and 1888? How did it change between 1888 and 1914? Discuss. (2011)

  • What were the major objectives of British foreign policy after the SecondWorld War? To what extent has Britain remain relevant to the global scenario? Do you think Britain still deserves a seat on the UN Security Council? Discuss.(2011)

  • Explain Anglo-American Relation from 1914-1915 A.D. (2010)

  • Give an account of the chief events of the Foreign Policy of Anthony Eden (1951-57) (2007)

  • Analyze the British Foreign policy from 1870 to 1914. (2002)

  • 6. Explain and analyse the British Foreign Policy from 1919 to 1939. (2001)

  • Anglo American Relation 1914-1945. (2000)


  • What do you mean by Eastern Question? Discuss the aspect of the Eastern Question from 1878-1913. (2010)

  • Explain the term Easter Question and the attitude of England towards this question. (2002)
  • Eastern Question. (2001)(2012)


  • What were the causes of the Crimean war and how England was drawn into it? What were the main decisions taken in the Treaty of Paris? (2012)
  • Produce an essay on the major developments leading towards the Crimean War and its aftermath with special reference to the role of Britain.(2009)

  • What were the causes of Crimean War and how was England drawn into it? What were the main decisions taken in the treaty of Paris in 1856.(2008)

  • "Crimean War was an important chapter in the Eastern question and a prelude to the most important political development of the 17th Century". Discuss and give the causes and effects of this war. (2006)

  • Do you agree with the view that “the Crimean War was the only perfectly useless modern war that has been ever waged”? (Sir Robert Marier) (2003)

  • What were the major causes and results of the Crimean War? Examine analytically. (2000)

  • What do you know about the Middle East Crisis and Suez Canal Crisis? Explain the British withdrawal from Palestine and Suez Canal. (2000)
  • Suez Canal Crisis (2010)


  • What were the factors which led to the policy of "Splendid Isolation" and why England abandoned this policy towards the end of 19th century?(2012)

  • What is meant by ‘Splendid Isolation’? Give reasons for its abandonment.(2010)

  • England adopted a policy of Splendid Isolation in Foreign Affairs but Britain was forced to abandon the policy at the end of 19th century. Explain the reason for this change.(2001)
  • Policy of Splendid Isolation. (2004, 2005)


  • Holy Alliance. (2004, 2005, 2007)

  • Why did Germany become the main enemy of Britain before and during WW-I? How did the British Royal House react to this new situation? Discuss . (2013)
  • Analyze the role of Great Britain in the 1st World War and during inter war period.(2009)
  • Enumerate in detail the causes of the World War (1914-1918). Was the war inevitable? (2005)
  • Give the causes of the Great War (1914-1918). Was the war inevitable?(2003)

  • What were causes which led to World War First? Also explain the effects of war on Britain. (2001)

  • What was the consequence of WW-II for Britain's role in the World? Discuss. (2013)
  • Enumerate and analyze the causes and results of the World War II. Was the war inevitable? Discuss.(2012)
  • According to CyrilFalls, the World War II (1939-45) was essentially a war of revenge initiated by Germany. Discuss. (2007)
  • What are the causes of World War II and its effects on England?(2002)


  • Shrinkage of Turkey. (2003, 2004, 2005, 2007)

  • The Boer War (2004, 2006, 2010)


  • What is cold war? What were the main causes and course of cold war? (2010)

  • What do you know about the role of Great Britain during different phases of Cold War Era? (2009)

  • "Even without the military disaster of 1870, the collapse of SECOND EMPIRE could not have been delayed". In the light of this statement account for the downfall of Napoleon III. (2004, 2005, 2006)


  • Explain the major efforts made by the League of Nations to resolve International issues and why it failed? (2001)
  • League of Nations(2005)


  • The League of Nations and the United Nations both emerged from the ashes of war. The League met its demise but United Nations is struggling for survival. Analyze the statement. (2012)
  • "The very name United Nations has become a misnomer and a mockery for what would more appropriately be called "Disunited Nations". Give a criticism of U.N.O highlighting its failures in the past. (2006)
  • Various stages that led to the formation of United Nation. (2001)


  • British Common Wealth of Nations is a legacy of Colonialism." Discuss and analyze the merits and demerits of the organization.(2012)

  • "The growth of self-governing dominions necessarily hanged the whole basis of imperial Relations." Comment and briefly discuss the character of British Commonwealth of Nations. (2006)

  • How the British Commonwealth of Nations developed and in what ways it significantly differs from the term British Empire? (2001)


  • Explain the development of the British Labour Movement and its organizations. How did it influence British politics? (2013)
  • Explain the origin, development and aims of the British movement for women emancipation.(2013)

  • Trace back the background, genesis, evolution and culmination of Fabianism and Guild socialism? (2014)


  • Bring out the Debit and Credit side of the Entente Cordiale between England and France in early 20th century?(2014)
  • Shed light on the British involvement in the war on terror after nine eleven. what is your view whether positive or negative role has been played by Britain. Support your point with watertight argument?(2014)
  • How was scramble for Africa carried out by the various Imperialist Powers especially Britain and what was its Climax(2014)
  • Highlight the pivotal role of Britain in Inter wars Periods? (2014)
  • Who floated the idea of European Common Market ? How did it see the daylight and what was its after-math? (2014)
  • Explain the reasons for Britain's reluctance to join the EU and to identify with the idea of a United Europe.(2013)
  • How and why did GB implement the Durham Report of 1839? Discuss the results of the implementation.(2013)
  • How did the emergence of British middle class and working class as politically charged groups affect British politics between 1867 and 1914? Discuss. (2011)
  • Elucidate the British de-colonization process in the different nooks and corners of the lobe with special reference to the case of Indo-Pakistan. (2009)
  • Robert Peel was the most liberal of the conservatives and most conservative of the liberals.” Discuss. (2008)
    Critically analyze the Anglo-Irish relations from 1800-1949 which led to the growth of Irish Home Rule. (2008)
  • The Russian Revolution of 1917 was economic explosion hastened by the stupidities of autocratic Governments. Discuss. (2007)
  • What were the main provisions and importance of Anglo-Japanese Alliance 1902? (2006)
  • “The struggle between the opposing forces of Conservation and Liberalism forms the outstanding features of the history of Great Britain in the 19th Century”. Comment. (2005)
  • Give the main characteristics of the New Colonial Policy of Great Britain as it developed since the end of the Second World War. (2005)
  • Describe in detail the political settlement affected by the Congress of Vienna. How far was it permanent? (2004)
  • Queen Victoria once asked Melbourne for a definition of “Bureaucracy” a strange word. She had just heard for the first time. “That Madam” he replied. “is something they have in France”. In light of this statement discuss the Civil Service reforms in England in 2nd half of the 19th Century. (2002)
  • Elaborate and analyze the influence of French revolution on English Society and political thought. (2002)
  • Give a comprehensive account of the Chartist Movement. Why did it fail? (2002)
  • Briefly trace the growth of free trade movement in England and why did England abandon later on? (2002)

  • Lord Kitchener(2013)
  • Ramsay Mac Donald(2013)
  • John Stuart Mill (2013)
  • Utilitarian(2013)
  • Chartist Movement(2012)
  • Tony Blair (2009)
  • British policy and role in the War on Terror (2009)
  • Pak-UK ties. (2009)
  • European Economic Community. (2000)
  • Bismarck(2006)
  • Treaty of Berlin(2006)
  • Fabianism (2006)
  • Irish Question (2004)
  • Write what you know of the SINN FEIN Movement. (2003)
  • Why is Edward VII spoken of as the Peacemaker? (2003)
  • Methodist Movement (2001)

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