Which of the following statements is true?
(i). Even in the nineteenth century, European women were denied participation in great victories.
(ii) The Treaty of Vienna united Belgium with Holland, with the consent of Belgians.
(iii). Several successful revolutions took place in Prussia, Austria, Netherlands, Denmark, and Belgium in 1848.
(iv) For the first time, women were allowed to enter the gallery of a Parliament convened in Frankfurt. They were not allowed inside the main chamber.
The correct option is A (i), (iv)
The Treaty of Vienna had united Belgium with Holland against the wishes of the Belgians. Inspired by France, Belgians revolted and established an independent Belgium under King Leopold I in 1831.
Revolutions took place in Prussia, Austria, Netherlands, Denmark, and Belgium in 1848; but most of these were heavily suppressed.
Throughout this period, women formed political clubs and demanded equal representation, but they were denied the right to vote. They were excluded even in moments of great victory, like in Germany, where a Parliament was convened for the first time at Frankfurt, women were only allowed in the gallery, up there. No woman was allowed in the main chamber.