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The Rise of Nationalism in Europe | French Revolution (Part 1) | Class 10 |

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Q1. Name the French artist who prepared a series of four prints visualising his dream of a world from the following:

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Richard M Hoe


Frederic Sorrieu

Q2. French artist Frederic Sorrieu made a series of four prints visualising his dream of a world made up to:

Absolutist institutions



Democratic and social republic

Q3. The shattered remains of absolutist institutions in Sorrieu's print symbolise

Respect for absolutist institutions

Usrising of absolutist institutions

Decline of absolutist institutions

None of these

Q4. Sorrieu, in his first print, had a ___________ vision of Europe and America.




None of these

Q5. In Sorrieu's print, passing the statue of liberty symbolises

people forming into nation-state

people becoming free from absolutist institutions

people becoming free from bondage

All of the above

Q6. When Frederic Sorrieu made series of four prints?




None of these

Q7. The first clear expression of nationalism came up from ___________ in ___________.

French Revolution, 1789

Europen Revolution, 1848

Unification of Germany, 1871

None of these

Q8. Which dynasty ruled over France during 1789?

Capetian dynasty

Bourbon dynasty

Angevin empire

None of these

Q9. What was the new name of the estate general?

Citizen's assembly


National assembly

Peoples assembly

Q10. What was the political situation in France at the time of French Revolution?



Soveregin states

a full-fledged territoral state under the rule of an absolute monarch

Q11. What does ‘Absolutist’ mean?

A Philosophy

A Theory

Monarchical Government

A Painting

Q12. What was the nationality of the artist Frederic Sorrieu who visualised in his painting a society made up of Democratic and Social Republic?





Q13. ‘Nationalism’, which emerged as a force in the late 19th century, means

strong devotion for one’s own country and its history and culture

strong devotion for one’s own country without appreciation for other nations

strong love for one’s own country and hatred for others

equally strong devotion for all the countries of the world

Q14. Match the term with the statements given below:
A ‘Utopian Society’ is
(i) a society under a benevolent monarchy
(ii) a society that is unlikely to ever exist
(iii) a society under the control of a chosen few wise men
(iv) a society under Parliamentary Democracy

(i) and (ii)

(ii) and (iii)

(ii) only

(iii) only

Q15. Which of the following statements about the ‘French Revolution’ are correct?
(i) After the end of the French Revolution it was proclaimed that it was the people who would henceforth constitute the nation and shape its destiny.
(ii) France will have a constitutional monarchy and the new republic will be headed by a member of the royal family.
(iii) A centralised administrative system will be put in place to formulate uniform laws for all citizens.
(iv) Imposition of internal custom duties and dues will continue to exist in France.

(ii) and (iii)

(ii) and (iv)

(i) and (iii)

(iii) and (iv)

Q16. The French revolutionaries declared that the mission and destiny of the French nation was

to conquer the people of Europe

to liberate the people of Europe from despotism

to strengthen absolute monarchies in all the countries of Europe

to propagate the ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity in every part of the world

Q17. The ideas of la patrie means _____.





Q18. The Estates General was elected by the body of active citizens and renamed the _____.

Provincial Assembly

State Assembly

National Assembly

None of these

Q19. Which of the following statements about the Civil Code of 1804, usually known as the Napoleonic Code, are true?

Secured the Right to Property

Established Equality before Law

Removed all privileges based on birth

All of the above

Q20. When was Treaty of Vennia signed?






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