Peasants And Farmers -Olympiad Level MCQ, Class 9 SST


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QUESTION: 1

In the early 19th century which were the two major commercial crops grown in India?

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QUESTION: 2

What was the normal height of terrifying dust storms during the 1930s in USA?

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QUESTION: 3

Why was the land enclosed in the 16th century in England? 

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QUESTION: 4

Why peasants protested against the threshing machines?

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Why did the ordinary dust storm took the form of Black Blizzard in US plains in the 1930s?

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QUESTION: 6

Which of the following systems was adopted by the British to convince the unwilling Indian cultivators to produce opium?

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QUESTION: 7

Which of the following became the Bread Basket of the world during 20th century?

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QUESTION: 8

Who introduced opium in China?

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QUESTION: 9

Farmers in England began buying the new threshing machines because they:

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QUESTION: 10

Under which mythical name were threatening letters written to the rich farmers in England? 

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QUESTION: 11

In 1831 mechanical reaper was invented by:

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QUESTION: 12

Why were the Manchus not willing to allow entry of foreign goods into China?

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QUESTION: 13

Who was the American President under whom maximum expansion of wheat cultivation took place?  

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QUESTION: 14

The Manchus were:

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QUESTION: 15

From China the English East India Company imported:

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Solution: The company settled down to a trade in cotton and silk piece goods, indigo, and saltpetre, with spices from South India. It extended its activities to the Persian Gulf, Southeast Asia, and East Asia. Beginning in the early 19th century, the company financed the tea trade with illegal opium exports to China.
QUESTION: 16

Opium was exported from India to:

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QUESTION: 17

Which natural event proved to be a nightmare for American peasants?

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QUESTION: 18

The Great Agrarian Depression of the 1930s was caused by:

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QUESTION: 19

The growing of which of the following crops improves soil fertility?

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QUESTION: 20

What did the enclosure imply?  

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QUESTION: 21

When was the large part of England quite open? 

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Solution:  In fact, major changes came about in country's landscape in the latter half o the 18th century and 19th century.,
QUESTION: 22

What was the result of the ‘Opium War’ (1837-42)?

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QUESTION: 23

How did Britain react when Lin Ze-xu announced that Canton was closed to foreign trade?

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QUESTION: 24

 Unlike 16th century enclosures those in the 18th century were undertaken to

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QUESTION: 25

By the early 1820s, how much opium was being smuggled every year into China?

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