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European History ,Paper 1

TIME ALLOWED: 3 HOURS MAXIMUM MARKS:100
NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, including question No.8 which is Compulsory. All questions carry equal marks.

1. The Philosophers exposed the French Society in such a way that the Revolution (1789) became inevitable. Discuss.

2. What factors brought England face to face with France in the War of 1793 and 1803í? Why Britain was unable to win?

3. Describe the progress and development of British Industry and Agriculture during the early 19th Century.

4. How Europe witnessed the rise of Nationalism and Liberalism in the 19th Century?

5. The ambitious foreign policy of Napoleon III labeled him Un-Napoleonic Napoleon. Comment.

6. Why Alliances and Counter-Alliances caused International tension after 1878? Elucidate.

7. Write short notes on any TWO of the following:

(a) Third Partition of Poland. (b) Holy Alliance.
(c) Greek War of Independence (d) Anglo-French Control in Egypt.

COMPULSORY QUESTION

8. Write only the correct answers in the Answer Book. Donít reproduce the questions.

(A) Identify the following in short statements:

(1) Old Regime. (2) Josephine. (3) Waterloo.
(4) Pan-Slavisrn. (5) Mazzini. (6) The Young Turks.

(B) Fill in the Blanks:

(7) Cordelier Club in France was led by _______

(8) Robes Pierre died in ______

(9) ______ was the Foreign Secretary of England in 1815.

(10) The Treaty of Unkiar-Skelessi was signed between Turkey and ______

(11) The first volume of Das Kapital was published in ______

(12) Bismarck resigned in _______

(C) Who made the following statements?

(13) "Men must be led by an iron hand in a velvet glove".

(14) "I have called a new world into existence to reduce the balance of the old".

(15) "We shall finish the Piedmontese affairs as we did the Neapolitan".

(16) "Out of mud (of Crimea) Italy will be made".

(17) "Many paths led to my goal. I had to try all of them one after the other, the most dangerous at the end".

(D) Name the authors of the following books:

(18) An intellectual History of Modern Europe.

(19) The Age of Progress.

(20) The World Crisis.
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European History ,Paper 2

TIME ALLOWED: 3 HOURS - MAXIMUM MARKS: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, including question No.8 which is Compulsory; All questions carry equal marks.

1. Examine the effects of the First World War on the economy of Europe.

2. Evaluate the achievements of Communism in Russia from 1917 to

1939. To what extent were the hopes of the Russian People fulfilled?

3. What were the causes of the failure of the British Government to solve the economic crisis after the First World War?

4. What is Fascism? Discuss Mussolini as opportunist Dictator of Italy.

5. Discuss the circumstances under which Hitler seized the power of Germany. What were the causes of his failure in Second World War.

6. What is Cold War? Give an account of its effects on the relations of the two super powers.

7. Discuss the French Foreign Policy from 1945 - 1960.

COMPULSORY QUESTION

8. Write only the correct answers in the Answer Book. Donít reproduce the questions.

(1) The treaty signed between the Allied forces and Austria was:

(a) The Treaty of Versailles (b) The treaty of St.Germain (c) The Treaty of Neuilly.

(2) Who was appointed as Chairman of Revolutionary War Council by Lenin in 1918.

(a) Stalin (b) Trotsky (c) Kerensky

(3) The Fort of Verdun is situated in:

(a) Belgium (b) Germany. (c) France

(4) The Battle of Somme was ,fought. in:

(a)1914 . (b) 1915 (c) 1916

(5) Foch was a:

(a) French Commander (b) German Minister (c) Russian Politician

(6) The Treaty of Trianon was signed in:

(a) 1919 (b) 1920 (c) 1921

(7) Clemenceau became the Prime Minister of France in:

(a) 1917 (b) 1918 (c) 1919

(8) Pichon was a:

(a} British Commander (b) Italian War Minister (c) French Foreign Minister

(9) Great Game, now forever discredited". These words were spoken at Paris Conference by:

(a) Clemenceau (b) Wilson (c) Orlando

(10) The Weimar Republic fell in:

(a) 1931 (b) 1933 (c) 1935

(11) The ship ĎAtheniaí sunk by German Torpedo. in. 1939 belonged to:

(a) France (b) Italy (c) Britain

(12) Blitzkrieg was :

(a) AnItalian War Operation (b) French war tactics (c) . German War technique

(13) The Bold Proposal that Britain and France should become ~.one country was put-forward in 1940 by:

(a) Churchill (b) Petain (c) Paul Reynaud

(14) The judicial Organ of the League of Nations was called:

(a) International Court of Justice (b) United International Court of Justice (c) Permanent International Court of Justice

(15) Graf Spree was a small battle-ship used by:

(a) Italy (b) Japan (c) Germany

(16) The author of the book "Europe in the Twentieth Century" is:

(a) D. Thompson (b) Agatha Ramm (c)Stuart. T. Miller

(17) "Russian Peoples.í worst misfortune was his (Leninís) birth; their next worse- his death" This was stated by:

(a) De Gaulle: (b) Churchill (c) Wilson

(18) Japan attacked the American fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii On:

(a) 7th December 1941 (b) 17th December 1941 (c) 27th December 194I

(19) Yalta Conference took place in:

(a) January 1945 (c) March 1945 (b) February 1945

(20) Greece joined NATO in: -

(a) 1951 (b) 1952 (c) 1953
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