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Question number: 336

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Why were India and China regarded the most richest countries in the 18th century?

Question number: 337

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What was the negative impact of abolishment of Corn laws on agriculturists in England?

Question number: 338

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After which World war was Bretton Woods treaty signed?

Question number: 339

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What is Colonialism? How did it prove baneful or disastrous?

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What is Colonialism? To bring weaker countries under the dominance of stronger and more powerful countries by any means, fair or foul, is known as colonialism.

Harmful Impact of Colonialism.

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Various effects of colonization

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Question number: 340

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Why is the sea route between China and Asia known as Silk route?

Question number: 341

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State the entire route of Silk road.

Question number: 342

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Why was labour exchange seen during the 19th century among countries?

Question number: 343

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Under whose leadership was Nazi movement done in Germany?

Question number: 344

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Which one of the following countries did not try to expand food production to meet the British demand?

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Eastern Europe

b.

Russia

c.

America

d.

Japan

Question number: 345

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Who signed the Bretton Woods treaty?

Question number: 346

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Which countries emerged as superpowers after Second World War?

Question number: 347

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What was the major reason for great demand for foodgrains in England in the late 18th and the 19th century?

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