Decolonisation of Asia
- British colonies like India were forced to bear the financial burden left on Britain due to the First World War.
- The British provided technical advice and education for indigenous industries.
- Indian representation in the parliament was limited to areas like education, and public health. Subjects like law and order and revenue were only dealt by British representatives.
- The British forced India to give preferential treatment to foreign goods over indigenous goods.
- The French Communist Party
- The Revolutionary Youth Movement
- The Swadeshi Movement
- The Civil Disobedience Movement
- He led the Vietnamese war against the USA.
- He founded the Revolutionary Youth Movement in 1950.
- In 1921, he co-founded the French Communist Party.
- He influenced the Paris Peace Conference for the cause of Vietnam’s independence.
What colloquial term was used to refer to Lloyd George, Wilson, and Clemenceau, the three most influential leaders at the Paris peace conference?
- Dave, George, and Woody
- The Three-legged chair
- The Big Three
- The Three Stooges
Statement 1: As the situation due to the Civil Disobedience Movement became out of control, the British were forced to find a way to please the Indian nationalists.
Statement 2: The Government of India Act of 1935 provided greater power to the local governments and it introduced direct elections.
- Statement 1 is incorrect but statement 2 is correct.
- Statement 1 is correct but statement 2 is incorrect.
- Both statements are correct and statement 2 is the correct justification of statement 1.
- Both statements are correct and statement 1 is the correct justification of statement 2.
The peace settlement that ended US’s direct involvement in the Vietnam conflict was signed in which city?
- Phan Boi Chau
- Huynh Phu So
- Phan Chu Trinh
- Liang Qichao
- The bilateral trade treaties ensured India to give preference to British goods over indegenous goods.
- The government of British India also raised revenue tariffs to gain foreign currency.
- Large quantities of gold were exported from India to meet Britain’s gold requirement.
- The British made imports expensive.
- Vietnamese students went to Japan to acquire education.
- they went to get lucrative jobs.
- they went to Japan to learn Japanese language.
- they looked for foreign arms and help to drive away the French from Vietnam.
- A private landlord
- A Police Superintendent in charge of law and order
- A leader of a political party
- All of above
- the 'Go West Movement'
- the 'Go French Movement'
- the 'Go Vietnam Movement'
- The 'Go East Movement'
- Guerrilla warfare
- Conventional warfare
- Chemical warfare
- Armoured warfare
Note: INC is Indian National Congress; B R is British representatives
- Transferred subjects
- Reserved subject
- B R
- Indian ministers
- Rejected Dyarchy
describe the contribution of dwarkanand as an interprenuer of bengal after 19th century, how did the indentured labourer discover their own ways of survival.Expalin
- Bhagat Movement became an existential threat for the British rule in Rajasthan.
- The Britishers felt that the objective of this social reform was the formation of a Bhil State.
- Bhagat Movement involved many revolutionary freedom fighters.
- All of the above
- Hoa Hoa
- Viet-Nam Quan Phuc Hoi
- Vietnam Cong San Dang
- Viet Nam Doc Lap Dong Minh
- Krishnarao Bhalekar
- Bal Gangadhar Tilak
- MG Ranade
- Dr. Atmaram Pandurang