CBSE Class 10th History 4 – The making of a global world MCQs

In ____ the Indentured Labour Policy was abolished in India by the British.

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In 1921 the Indentured Labour Policy was abolished in India by the British.

A fast spreading disease called ____ arrived in Africa in the late 1880's..

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In Africa, in the late 1880's, rinderpest was a fast spreading disease.

Car production in the US rose from 2 million to 5 million in:

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Car production in the US rose from 2 million to 5 million in:

Trade actually flourished and the of the world markets expanded in the late ____ century.

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Trade actually flourished and the markets of the world expanded in the late 19th century.

Since before Christian era ____ flowed from Europe to Asia.

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Since before Christian era ____ flowed from Europe to Asia.

When we talk of globalisation, we often refer to an economic system that his emerged since:

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When we talk of globalisation, we often refer to an economic system that has emerged since 1950.

After the Corn Laws were scrapped, food imports into Britain were ____ as compared to what was produced within the country.

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After the Corn Laws were scrapped, food imports into Britain became cheaper than what was produced within the country.

China had its revolution in:

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China had its revolution in 1949.

World War I began in:

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World War I began in 1914.

World War II began in:

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World War II began in 1939.

Indian indentured labourers were promised return travel to India after they had worked for ____ years on their employer's plantation.

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Indian indentured labourers were promised return travel to India after they had worked for five years on their employer's plantation.

Most of the silk routes known existed before the:

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Most of the silk routes known existed before the Common Era.

Henry Ford was a ___ manufacturer.

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Henry Ford was a car manufacturer.

Ironically in Nineteenth-Century Britain's self suffiency in food meant ____.

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Ironically in Nineteenth-Century Britain's Self suffiency in food meant lower living standards and social conflicts.

Economics identifies ____ types of movements or flows within international economic exchange.

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Economics identifies three types of movements or flows within international economic exchange.

____ per cent of the world's population in 1939 was killed in World War II.

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Nearly 3 per cent of the world's population in 1939 was killed in World War II.

Who among these is not a descendant of an indentured labour who migrated from India?

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Amartya Sen is not a descendant of an indentured labour who migrated from India, while the others are.

World War I ended in:

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World War I ended in 1918.

While Britain was pre-occupied with First World War, industries had developed in____.

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While Britain was pre-occupied with First World War, industries had developed in India and Japan.

In ____, the big European powers met in Berlin to complete the carving up of Africa between them.

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In 1855, the big European powers met in Berlin to complete the carving up of Africa between them.

In the late nineteenth century Europeans came to Africa with the hope of:

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In the late nineteenth century Europeans came to Africa with the hope of establishing plantations and mines.

A modest economic recovery from the Great Depression was under way in:

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A modest economic recovery from the Great Depression was under way in 1935.

The Great Depression began around:

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The Great Depression began around 1929.

Indentured labourers were also recruited for tea plantations in ____.

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Indentured labourers were also recruited for tea plantations in ____.

The laws that allowed the British government to restrict imports of corn were the ____ Laws.

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The laws that allowed the British government to restrict imports of corn were called the Corn Laws.

The IMF and the World Bank commenced financial operations in:

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The IMF and the World Bank commenced financial operations in 1947.

Buddhism emerged in:

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Buddhism emerged in Eastern India.

In 1923 the ____ resumed exporting capital to the rest of the world.

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In 1923 the US resumed exporting capital to the rest of the world.

Historians identified several silk routes linking Asia with ____ since before Christian era.

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Historians identified several silk routes linking Asia with Europe since before Christian era.

During the Great Depression from 1929 to 1930____ were worst affected.

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During the Great Depression from 1929 to 1930were Agricuture regions and communities worst affected.

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