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Passage

Source I:

“It is impossible (demand that an impossible position should be cleared up by peaceful revision and at the same time constantly reject peaceful revision. Iris also impossible to say that he who undertakes to carry out these revisions for himself transgresses a law, since the Versailles” Diktat “is nut Law to us. A signature was forced out of us with pistols at our head and with the threat of hunger for millions of people.”

And then this document, with our signature, obtained by force, was pmclaimed as a solemn law. ″ Adolf Hitler, speech to the Reichstag, September 1,1939.

Source 2:

“We shall not flag or fail. We shall go on to the end. We shall fight in France, we shall uigu on the seas and the oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall light on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall figlu in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender.”

Winston Churchill speech before Parliament, June 4,1940.

Question 357 (2 of 2 Based on Passage)

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MCQ▾

Winston Churchill՚s lecture in the second Source is best comprehended in the context of which among the given following?

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Appeasement of the Axis powers by British

b.

British backing for thriving opposition movements in Eastern Europe

c.

British stresses about an apparent invasion endeavor by Nazi Germany

d.

British business contracts with American manufacturers of military hardware

e.

None of the above

Question 358

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MCQ▾

Berlin Decree, Warsaw ordinance, Milan decree, and Fontainebleau Decree related to.

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Napoleon՚s Continental System.

b.

Peace treaty with Britain.

c.

A peace treaty with Pope

d.

A peace treaty with Russia.

e.

All of the above

Passage

Safavid Empire

On extra

In Northern India, the existence of separate Stares at this period is usually little more than a question of words. A zamindar who paid revenue or the Mogul was clearly in a position of dependence, and if he wished to establish a claim to sovereignty, the first step was to refuse, or omit to pay revenue. Such an omission might, however, arise from various other causes, and it is probable that in Rajputana, Central India. and Chota Nagpur there were numerous chiefs and tribes occupying what constitutional lawyers would regard as an anomalous position, sometimes paying the stipulated revenue, sometimes in open rebellion, and sometimes enjoying practical independence because the Mogul authorities found it inconvenient to undertake active measures of coercion, ″ W. H. Moreland, India at the Death (Akbar, 1920) .

Question 359 (1 of 4 Based on Passage)

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MCQ▾

Which among the given options are most accurately defines the term “zamindar [s] ” mentioned in the text?

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Buddhist peasants

b.

Muslim landowners

c.

Sikh nobility

d.

Hindu aristocrats

e.

All of the above

Question 360 (2 of 4 Based on Passage)

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MCQ▾

Moreland՚s illustration of revenue collection under the Mughal Empire is adequately glimpsed as evidence for which among the given abstractions.

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Only people of specific religions were compelled to pay revenue to the Mughal Empire.

b.

Geographical disparities may have decided which section of the society pay revenue.

c.

Under the Mughal Empire, Revenue collection was an only source of funds.

d.

The case of Rajputana was an exception under the Mughal Empire.

e.

Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

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