History Multiple Choice Questions with Answers

History Multiple Choice Questions with Answers
1. Which of the following statements is incorrect ?
The main cause of Humayun's failure was that
(A) He divided his kingdom among his brothers
(B) He wrongly estimated the increasing power of Sher Shah
(C) He had no good generals in his army
(D) He committed mistakes in the battle of Kannauj
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2. The author of 'Humayun Nama' was–
(A) Humayun (B) Firdosi
(C) Gul Badan Begam (D) Badayuni
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3. Humayun adopted 'Shia Religion' because–
(A) He began to hate Sunni religion
(B) He wanted the help of the king of Persia to regain his kingdom
(C) The majority of his subjects was Shia
(D) He wanted to create mutual understanding between Hindus and Muslims through 'Shia Religion'
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4. Sher Shah had to serve in Bihar under–
(A) Jamal Khan (B) Bahar Khan
(C) Mehmood Lodhi (D) Sikandar Lodhi
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5. "I would have almost lost the Kingdom of Hindustan only for a handful millet." These words were told by Sher Shah when–
(A) He fought in the battle of Chausa against Humayun
(B) He conquered the battle of Kannauj
(C) He got victory over Rai Singh
(D) He had defeated Maldev in the battle
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6. Mussolini violated the rules of League of Nation by his successful aggression against–
(A) Rhine (B) Greece
(C) Abyssinia (D) France
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7. The principles of Nazism are written in–
(A) Das Capital (B) Mien Kamph
(C) War and Peace (D) Social Contract
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8. Hitler formed a party named–
(A) Communist party (B) Labour party
(C) Conservative party (D) Nazi party
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9. The main cause of World War II prepared by the Treaty of Versailles was that–
(A) Germany was compelled to surrender Alcase and Laurance to France
(B) Germany was compelled to sign on a treaty which was very harsh
(C) Germany was declared Republic Country
(D) The army of League of Nations was installed in Germany
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10. Anti-commintem pact was made between Germany and Japan because–
(A) Both were imperialist
(B) Both wanted to help each other from foreign aggression
(C) Both wanted to co-operate each other in every sphere
(D) Both would inform each other about the spread of communism by different agencies
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11. The impact of the French Revolutions of 1830 and 1848 in Europe was the emergence of–
(A) Feudalism (B) Class-struggle
(C) Nationalism (D) Autocracy
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12. Pre-history is distinguished from history–
(A) By the absence of written records (B) By the absence of evidence of life in the past
(C) By the absence of organised social life (D) By the absence of settled community living life
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13. Feudalism in medieval Europe centred on–
(A) Relation between the Church and the State (B) Relation amongst barons
(C) Relation amongst peasants (D) Relation between the Lord and his vassals
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14. The most important result of the Crusades: was that–
(A) It weakened the Turks
(B) It made the Europeans confident of their superiority
(C) It made the Europeans learn many new things from the Arabs
(D) It encouraged trade between Europe and the Arab world
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15. Some socialist thinkers regarded individual property as theft as–
(A) It was the result of exploitation of other's labour
(B) The accumulation of wealth could be possible only if one did not pay the taxes due to the Government
(C) It was accumulated by depriving members of the family of their due shares
(D) It was often the result of speculation in trade
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16. The two important forts of Chittor and Ranthambhor were first occupied by–
(A) Iltutmish (B) Alauddin Khalji
(C) Muhammad-bin-Tughluq (D) Akbar
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17. Kanchipuram was the capital city of–
(A) Cholas (B) Pallavas
(C) Chalukyas (D) Pandyas
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18. The greatest invention of man in Paleolithic Age was–
(A) Fire (B) Potter's wheel
(C) Implements made of metal (D) Spinning of cloth
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19. The Indus Valley people worshipped–
(A) Indra (B) Varuna
(C) Mother Goddess (D) Mitra
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20. The Egyptians wrote on–
(A) Clay tablets (B) Papyrus
(C) Bhojpatra (D) Paper
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