History (CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education- Board Exam) Class-10 Social-Science): Questions 385 - 396 of 432

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Question number: 385

» History » Making of a Global World » Nineteenth Century (1815-1914)

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How did depression in 1929 affect peasants in Europe?

Question number: 386

» History » Making of a Global World » Rebuilding World Economy: Post-War Era

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How was Indian trade affected during the British rule?

Question number: 387

» History » Making of a Global World » Nineteenth Century (1815-1914)

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In which countries was cheap labour available easily?

Question number: 388

» History » Making of a Global World » Inter-War Economy

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In which places was Chitney music played in Caribbean Islands?

Question number: 389

» History » Making of a Global World » Rebuilding World Economy: Post-War Era

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Why the MNCs did started investing in Asian countries?

Question number: 390

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What was the objective of G-77 countries?

Question number: 391

» History » Making of a Global World » Inter-War Economy

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Name some places in Caribbean Islands.

Question number: 392

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How did silk routes link the world? Explain with three suitable examples. [Delhi]

Question number: 393

» History » Making of a Global World » Rebuilding World Economy: Post-War Era

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Globalisation does not involve which one of the following:

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More goods and services moving between countries.

b.

Rapid integration between countries.

c.

Increased taxes on imports.

d.

Movement of people between countries for jobs, education etc.

Question number: 394

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How was the refrigerator useful for transport of food?

Question number: 395

» History » Making of a Global World » Rebuilding World Economy: Post-War Era

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Before invention of refrigerator, how was meat available to Europe?

Question number: 396

» History » Making of a Global World » Inter-War Economy

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How was production level affected in USA during depression?

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