History Past Papers MCQs for PMS CSS SS & SSS

1).        Foundation of the republic were laid in 1870:

A).        Second

B).        Third

C).        Fourth

D).       None of these

2).        In Quadruple Alliance was signed:

A).        1850

B).        1860

C).        1870

D).       None of these

3).        In 1870-1871 War was fought:

A).        Franco-Turkish

B).        Franco-Russian

C).        Franco-Prussian

D).       None of these

4).        Third Coalition of was smashed by Napoleon:

A).       1805

B).        1806

C).        1807

D).       None of these

5).        Jacobins were also known as:

A).        Red Shirts

B).        Hard Nuts

C).        White Bulls

D).       None of these

6).        Metternich was a leader:

A).        Modern

B).        Enlightened

C).        Conservative

D).       Liberal

7).        Magyars wanted to emerge as separate Nation:

A).        Bulgaria

B).        Austria

C).        Hungry

D).       None of these

8).        Louis Philips became of France in December 1852:

A).       President

B).        First Counsel

C).        King

D).       None of these

9).        Union of South Africa was established in:

A).       1910

B).        1909

C).        1908

D).       None of these

10).      General Gordon was killed in:

A).        Cairo

B).        Um Daxman

C).        Khartoum

D).       None of these

11).      British army surrendered to the Turks at Kut-Amara in:

A).        1918

B).        1915

C).        1916

D).       None of these

12).      In 1917 entered the First World War:

A).       USA

B).        UK

C).        Italy

D).       None of these

13).      Sultan of Turkey Abdul Hameed was succeeded by his younger brother:

A).        Mehmet III

B).        Muhammad V

C).        C. Mehmet II

D).       None of these

14).      The Balkhan League comprised:

A).       Greeks, Serbs, Albanians, Bulgers

B).        Serbs, Bulgers, Bosnians and Albanian

C).        Greeks, Montenegrins and Bulgers

D).       None of these

15).      TCA stands for

A).       Tax code Area

B).        Tactical Commander Afloat

16).      G. A. T. T. stands for:

A).       General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

B).        General Assignment on Tariffs and Trade

17).      Was the leader of young Turks:?

A).       Mustafa Kamal

B).        Asmat Annono

C).        Enver Bay

D).       None of these

18).      Operation Vittles pertained to:

A).        Sea movement

B).        Airlift

C).        Land manouvere

D).       None of these

19).      The Brussels Treaty was signed in March:

A).       1948

B).        1956

C).        1946

D).       None of these

20).      Benelux Group stand for:

A).       Belgium, the Netherlands & Luxembourg

B).        Belgium

C).        None of these

21).      The Locarno Pact of 1925 was signed by Great Britain, France Germany Italy and:

A).        Switzerland

B).        Denmark

C).        Belgium

D).       None of these

22).      The Oung Plan came into existence in:

A).        1919

B).        1929

C).        1939

D).       None of these

23).      In 1938 Germany Annexed:

A).       Austria

B).        Hungry

C).        Piedmont

D).       None of these

24).      By the Treaty of Rapallo Italy received:

A).       Dalmatia

B).        Vatican

C).        Both A & B

D).       None of these

25).      Germany occupied Rhineland in:

A).       1936

B).        1935

C).        1934

D).       None of these

26).      Italy declared War against Great Britain and France in Y:

A).        1941

B).        1933

C).        1939

D).       None of these

27).      Germany withdrew from the League of Nation in:

A).        1935

B).        1933

C).        1931

D).       None of these

28).      Peace Treaty Neuilly was signed with:

A).        Bulgaria

B).        Belgium

C).        Bosnia

D).       None of these

29).      Battle of Cape Mattapan was fought in:

A).        1940

B).        1941

C).        1942

D).       None of these

30).      The Project of Baghdad Railways was conceived by:

A).        France

B).        Russia

C).        Germany

D).       None of these

31).      The remains of Voltaire were transferred to the Pantheon in Paris on:

A).        8 July, 1792

B).        8 July, 1790

C).        8 July, 1793

D).       None of these

32).      Villeneuve was attacked on 21 October…………. by Nelson off Cape Trafalgar:

A).        1803

B).        1805

C).        1807

D).       None of these

33).      Ireland was incorporated into United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in:

A).        1802

B).        1803

C).        1798

D).       None of these

34).      In November 1830 Lord……….. and Whigs came to power after election victory in England:

A).        White

B).        Grey

C).        Brown

D).       None of these

35).      Inspired by the revolution in ………. the enlightened thinkers argued that same kind of systematic thing could apply to all forms of human activity:   

A).        Physics

B).        Economics

C).        Liberal Arts

D).       None of these

36).      Liberalism has its roots in the western Age of:

A).        Enlightenment

B).        Science

C).        Liberal Arts

D).       None of these

37).      The Treaty of Berlin was the final Act of the Congress of Berlin which took place from June 13 to:

A).        13 July, 1876

B).        15 July, 1878

C).        13 July, 1878

D).       None of these

38).      The “Duties of Man” ……… artues that your country is like your family and it is a necessity that you love and care for it:

A).        Cavour

B).        Mazzini

C).        Voltaire

D).       None of these

39).      European Unification was a logical continuation of:

A).       Italian Unification

B).        The rise of Prussia

C).        German Unification

D).       None of these

40).      By the end of ………. Poland had been divided among Prussia, Austria and Russia:

A).        1770

B).        1790

C).        1794

D).       None of these

41).      Otto Edward Leopold, Price von Bismarck, Duke of Lauenburg died on July 20:

A).        1896

B).        1898

C).        1899

D).       None of these

42).      In ………, a secret deal was made between the United Kingdom and France that decided the fate of the African countries:

A).       1878

B).        1877

C).        1876

D).       None of these

43).      On the pretext of a slight to their consul the French invaded Algiers in:

A).        1832

B).        1831

C).        1830

D).       None of these

44).      The border between Africa and Asia is considered to go along the Isthmus of:

A).        Syria

B).        Suez

C).        The Dead Sea

D).       None of these

45).      In Wars with Turkey and Persia Alexander I of Russia gained Bessaralia by the Treaty of Bucharest (1812) and Caucasian by the Treaty of:

A).        Bostan

B).        Gulistan

C).        Gulzar

D).       None of these

46).      Tolstoy was able to use his Crimean war experiences in his book:

A).       War and Peace

B).        Anna Karenina

C).        The Kingdom of God is within you

D).       None of these

47).      Armenia is geographically located in the continent of:

A).        Asia

B).        Europe

C).        Africa

D).       None of these

48).      Following the Napoleonic Wars, the ……. Empire became the world’s leading power controlling one-quarter of the world’s population and one-third of the land area:

A).        French

B).        American

C).        British

D).       None of these

49).      Electricity, steel and petroleum fueled a second Industrial Revolution which enabled Germany, Japan and ……. To become Great Powers that raced to create empires of their own:

A).        The United States

B).        France

C).        Italy

D).       None of these

50).      At the center of young Turk Revolution stood the:

A).        Committee of Reform and Unity

B).        Committee of Development

C).        Committee of Union and Progress

D).       None of these

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