World History MCQ Questions with Answer
Q1. When did China start the Civil Services Examinations?
(a) 6 A.D
Q2. Who was the first Calipha
(a) Sulaiman, the Great
(b) Abu Bakr
Q3. Who discovered America?
(a) Vasco-da Gama
(c) Captain Cook
Q4. The first atomic bomb was thrown over:
(d) Hong Kong
Q5. Economic dimensions of justice have been emphasized by
Q6. The famous painting ‘Monalisa’was the creation of:
(b) Leonardo-Da- Vinci
(d) Van Gogh
Q7. Cold War refers to
(a)Tension between East and West
(b)Ideological rivalry between Capitalist and Communist world
(c)Tension between Superpowers
(d) All of the above
Q8. Who said, “Liberty consists in obedience to the general will”?
Q9. Of the following, in which did Napoleonic France suffer final defeat?
(a) Battle of Trafalgar
(b) Battle of Wagram
(c) Battle of Pyramids
(d) Battle of Austerlitz
Q10. Which of the following countries is regarded as the home of ‘Fabian Socialism’?
Q11. Who among the following played a prominent role during the “Reign of Terror” in France?
Q12. The potato was introduced to Europe by:
Q13. Marxian materialism came from the idea of
Q14. The Declaration of the Rights of Man is related with
(a) The Russian Revolution
(b) The French Revolution
(c) The American War of Independence
(d) The Glorious Revolution of England
Q15. The policy of ‘imperial preferences’ adopted by Britain in its colonies in 1932 is also known as the
(a) Hong Kong Agreement
(b) London Agreement
(c) Ottawa Agreement
(d) Paris Agreement
Q16. The world’s first drainage system was built by the people of
(a) Egyptian civilization
(b) Indus Valley civilization
(c) Chinese civilization
(d) Mesopotamian civilization
Q17. On which side did Japan fight in the First World War?
(a) None, it was neutral
(b) With Germany against the United Kingdom
(c) Against Russia on its own
(d) With the United Kingdom against Germany
Q18. The Crimean War in 1854–1856 was fought between
(a) Russia and Turkey
(b) the USA and England
(c) Russia and Japan
(d) England and France
Q19. Bangladesh was created in –
Q20. The chief advocate of Fascism was:
(b) Adolf Hitler
(c) St. Simon
(d) Robert Owen
Q21. Waterloo is located in
Q22. ‘Anti-Semitism’ to Adolf Hitler meant
(a) Anti Black policy
(b) Anti-Jewish policy
(c) Anti Protestant policy
(d) Anti German policy
Q23. Who among the following is referred to as ‘Desert Fox’?
(a) Lord Wavell
(b) Gen. Eisenhower
(c) Gen. Rommel
(d) Gen. McArthur
Q24. Which of the following is not are legion developed in ancient times (i.e. In B.C.)?
Q25. The capital of Pakistan till 1959 was