Which Revolution gave the ideas of Liberty, Freedom and Equality to the world?
When was the battle of Waterloo fought?
‘The Spirit of Laws’ was written by:
The book ‘Two Treatises on Government’ was written by:
The term ‘Old Regime’ (France) refers to:
The term Old Regime is usually used to describe the society and institutions of France before 1789. The term Old Regime also used to describe the Political and social system of France prior to the French Revolution.
Which of the following theory was proposed by Montesquieu?
In which of the battle was Napoleon finally defeated?
Identify the statement which is wrong with reference to Robespierre.
The French Revolution led to the formation of National Assembly. Which statement is incorrect about the National Assembly?
King Louis XVI belonged to which dynasty of kings?
Austrian Princess Marie Antoniette was the queen of which of the following French rulers?
Who among the following proposed the Social Contract theory?
The National Assembly of France voted in April 1792, to declare war against:
In France the period from 1793 to 1794 is referred to as Reign of _____ .
In the context of France, what was ‘tithes’?
Tax from peasants to Church was called:
Taille was a royal tax collected by the state. Tithe was a tax to religious contribution and was collected by church. Vingtième was a direct tax levied on income. The capitation was a poll tax, and it was levied on every adult French citizen.
In the context of France, ‘the fall of Bastille’ took place on:
Who among the following reintroduced slavery in France after it was abolished by Jacobin regime ?
Who among the following Indian individuals responded to the ideas coming from Revolutionary France?
In context of France the volunteers from Marseilles sang the Marseillaise, a patriotic song when they marched into Paris. Who composed this song?
The constitution begins with a declaration of the –
Which of the following was a patriotic song of France during revolution?
France become a republic after abolishing the monarchy on –
Who of the following are the examples of individuals who represented to the ides coming from revolutionary France?
Who was Rousseau ?
Who were sans-culottes?
What was the National Anthem of France ?
Which was the popular political club ofFrance ?
Who was the Author of the book ‘Spirit ofLaw’ ?
Where did the Third Estate form and announce the National Assembly?