The French Revolution Class 9 History Chapter 1 MCQ Question Answer NCERT Solution

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The French Revolution Class 9 MCQ Question Answer

1. Who was the king of France in the time of French Revolution?
(A) Louis XIV
(B) Louis XV
(C) Louis XVI
(D) Napoleon


Ans.(C) Louis XVI

2. In which year French Revolution took place?
(A) 1787
(B) 1789
(C) 1799
(D) 1815


Ans. (B) 1789

3. In which year Louis XVI become the king of France?
(A) 1774
(B) 1775
(D) 1788


Ans. (A) 1774

4. What was Bastille ?
(A) Jail
(B) Capital of France
(C) The Place where Francis Revolution occurred
(D) The king of France


Ans. (A) Jail

5. In which year Napoleon was defeated at Waterloo?
(A) 1807
(B) 1815
(C) 1821
(D) 1822


Ans. (B) 1815

6. Napoleon becomes emperor of France in
(A) 1804
(B) 1805
(C) 1806
(D) 1807


Ans. (A) 1804

7. Marie Antoinette was the wife of
(A) Louis XIII
(B) Louis XIV
(C)  Louis XV
(D) Louis XVI


Ans. (D) Louis XVI

8. Who wrote ‘The Spirit of Laws’?
(A) Zar
(B) Rousseau
(C) Montesquieu
(D) None of the above


Ans. (C) Montesquieu

9. Social Contract is a famous book written by
(A) Gandhi ji
(B) Montesquieu
(C) Nicholas 2
(D) Rousseau


Ans. (D) Rousseau

10. Which Estate paid all the taxes?
(A) First Estate
(B) Second Estate
(C) Third Estate
(D) None of the above


Ans. (C) Third Estate

11. When France become republic country?
(A) 2011
(B) 1992
(C) 1865


Ans. (B) 1992

12. Voltaire called churches as
(A) Infamous Thing
(B) God of life
(C) Ornaments
(D) All of the above


Ans. (A) Infamous Thing

13. Who was the leader of Jacobin club?
(A) John Locke
(B) Jacques Rousseau
(C) Maximillian Robespierre
(D) Voltaire


Ans. (C) Maximillian Robespierre


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