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SSC JE 2017 18 | World History Previous Year Questions | Expected Questions


Previous Year Questions

With reference to India's freedom struggle consider the following
statements. Which of the statements given below is / are correct?
1] The Turkish ruler Mehmed Murad-V abolished the Caliphate.
2] In February 1922, a group of peasants attacked and torched 
a police station in the hamlet of Chauri Chaura.
3] During the Non-Cooperation Movement Gandhiji wasarrested
in March 1922, and charged with sedition.
1) 1 and 3 only
2) 3 only
3) 2 and 3 only
4) 2 only

The Roman Republic that lasted from 509 BC to 27 BC,
was overthrown by ___________, the adopted son and
heir of Julius Caesar.
1) Xerxes
2) Caligula
3) Augustus
4) Darius


Which King made Al-Biruni, the writer of Kitab-ul-Hind,
a hostage?
1) Timur-i-Lang
2) Mahmud of Ghazni
3) Genghis Khan
4) Nader Shah

_________ (14-37 CE), the second in the long line of
Roman emperors, was the adopted son of Augustus.
1) Constantine
2) Heraclius
3) Tiberius
4) Gallienus

The People's Republic of China was founded in 1949,
following the ______ revolution under the leadership
of Mao.
1) socialist
2) democratic
3) fascist
4) communist

By the sixth century BC, _____ had established control
over major parts of the Assyrian empire.
1) Iranians
2) Greeks
3) Romans
4) Mongols

Which of the following persons was associated with
the American War of Independence?
1) Abraham Lincoln
2) Franklin D. Roosevelt
3) Dwight D. Eisenhower
4) George Washington



Important Topics

American Revolution (1765 to 1783)American war of Independence- 1775 to 1783Americans declared independence on 4th July 1776.

French Revolution (1789 to 1799) – Revolution of 1789Napoleon Bonaparte rose fame and power from this
revolution.
Gave the fundamental ideological principles of the modern
world in form of – liberty, equality, and fraternity.


Russian Revolution- Feb. 1917 and Oct. 1917

Chinese Revolution- Xinhai Revolution or 1911
Revolution


Second Chinese Revolution, the 1913 rebellion
against Yuan Shikai


Chinese Civil War, the conflict between the
Nationalist government and the Communists from
1927–49
Chinese Communist Revolution- 1945–1950


Battles and Wars

Battle of waterloo (18th June 1815)- last battle of Napoleon
(Napoleon was exiled to St. Helena)


100 year war (1337 to 1453)- France vs. England (lasted 116
years)


Crimean War (October 1853 to Feb 1856)- Britain & France
Joined in 1854-End with the
Treaty of Paris.Opium Wars- 1st (1839 to 1842) & 2nd (1856 to 1860).
7 year War (1756 to 1763)- France Vs. Britain- for the
possession of Canada.


American Civil War (1861 to 1865)- President Abraham
Lincoln.


World War 1st (1914 - 1918)- end with Treaty of
Versailles.


World War 2nd (1939 to 1945).


Axis powers- Germany, Japan and Italy.


Allied Powers- France, Poland, U.K., Russia, US, China


Gulf War (1990 to 2000)- B/W Iraq, Kuwait and USA


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