History Questions & Answers for IAS Exam

UPSC exam is considered to be one of the toughest exams conducted in the country and the preparation for the same requires thorough preparation and deep knowledge of various subjects included in the IAS syllabus. History constitutes to be one of the most important subjects for both prelims and mains examination.

Aspirants looking for brief answers to clear their queries regarding the wide-ranging ancient, medieval and modern history questions have landed at the correct place. We, at BYJU’S, bring to you direct, brief and crisp answers to questions based on history topics for your IAS Exam preparation.

Given below is the list of questions and candidates can find their answers for a better and easy understanding of concepts, with a special focus on General Studies I paper for the mains examination.

World War 2 was started by Hitler when he invaded Poland in September 1939. France and Britain, who had guaranteed support to uphold Poland's...
The 3 main causes of World War 2 were as follows: Rise of fascism in Europe Impact of the Treaty of Versailles following WWI in Germany The...
The immediate cause of the 1st World War was the assasination of the heir to the Austrian-Hungarian throne, Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo....
The first world war started when Austria declared war on Serbia. Russia, an ally of Serbia, declared war on Austria. Germany was Austria’s...
The three reasons World War I started was: Imperial rivalries between different empires: British, French, Russian vs German, Austrian, Ottoman...
World War 2 began on September 1, 1939. It began as a result of Germany’s invasion of Poland. Since Poland’s sovereignty was...
The Mudaliar Commission was an education commission set up with the aim of examining the system of secondary education in India. Its main purpose...
The Hartog Commission was appointed by Viceroy Lord Irwin. The Hartog Commission was appointed in 1929 to survey on the growth of education in...
The chairman of the University Commission was Dr. S. Radhakrishnan  The University Commission was set up in 1948 to report on Indian...
The first World War was won by the Allies consisting of the United Kingdom, France, United States, Japan, Italy. They defeated the Central Powers...
The three divisions approved by Sir Charles Aitchison were imperial, provincial and subordinate civil services. The Aitchison Commission was set...
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) was set up in October 1926. It was set up under the Government of India Act, 1919 and the strong...
The Orientalist-Anglicist controversy was a controversy regarding the nature of education that the British-East India company was to impart to...
The Orientalist-Anglicist controversy was a controversy regarding the nature of education that the British-East India company was to impart to...
Princely states, also known as native states, were feudatory states under a local or regional ruler in a subsidiary alliance with the British Raj...
The main reason for the Anglicist- Orientalist controversy was the difference in opinion with regards to the kind of education the native...
The border between India and Pakistan was drawn by Sir Cyril Radcliffe. was a British lawyer and Law Lord. Never having been to India most of his...
The Sadler Commission was a commission set up to inquire into the conditions and prospects of the University of Calcutta. Some of the main...
The following princely states joined Pakistan: Amarkot Bahawalpur Khairpur Chitral Swat Hunza Nagar Amb Phulra Dir Las Bela Kharan Makran...
The Raleigh Commission was set up to inquire into the condition and prospects of universities in India and to recommend proposals for improving...

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