History One-Liners for various competitive examination

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History One-Liners for various competitive examination

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 Maximum questions come from this portion of different competitive exams.

Here are some important History one-liners for students competing for various exams

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1- Bismarck was the Prime Minister of
1-Russia.
2-Italy.
3-Austria.
4-Prussia


2- Das Capital was written by
1-Lenin.
2-Louis Blanc.
3- Simon.
4-Karl Marx


3- Confederation of Rhine was formed by
1-Charles Albert.
2-Charles X
3-Bismarck.
4-Napoleon


4-Who led the allied forces against Napoleon?
1-Duke of Wellington.
2-Frederick William.
3-Metternich.
4-Lord Castlereagh


5- The battle of Waterloo was held in
1-1815.
2-1817.
3-1814.
4-1816.


6- Congress of Vienna was held in the year-
1-1840.
2-1815.
3-1848.
4-1830


7- Napoleon was greatly influenced by-
1-Socrates.
2-Rousseau.
3-Metternich.
4-Voltaire


8- The third International was held in-
1-Moscow.
2=London.
3-Paris.
4-Berlin


9-Bismarck’s policy was –
1-Peaceful tasks.
2-Non Violence.
3-Blood and Iron.
4-Solve the problems through negotiations.


10-Napoleon was born in-
1-Sardinia.
2-Rome.
3-Corsica.
4-Sicily.


11-Young Italy was founded by-
1-Garibaldi.
2-Mazzini.
3-Cavour.
4-Emmanuel.


12-Napoleon was defeated finally in the war-
1-Dresden.
2-Munich.
3-Battle of Waterloo.
4-Battle of Leipzig


13-Cavour’s Risorgimento was-
1- A political manifesto.
2-A Newspaper.
3- An Administrative Policy.
4-A Revolutionary Organization.


14-One of the Legacies of French Revolution was –
1-Socialism.
2-Democracy.
3-Liberalism.
4-Communalism


15-The bloodiest French Revolution occurred in France in-
1-1830.
2-1759.
3-1789.
4-1793.


ANS-

1-Prussia
2-Karl Marx
3-Napoleon
4-Metternich.
5-1815.
6-1815.
7-Rousseau.
8-Moscow.
9-Blood and Iron.
10-Corsica.
11-Mazzini.
12-Battle of Waterloo.
13-A Newspaper.
14-Liberalism.
15-1789.


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