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Question number: 406

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

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How did the imperialist countries exploit the Economic Resources of their colonies?

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The countries which have conquered the weaker countries try all foul means so as to transfer the wealth of the conquered nations to their countries. They raise their torture to such a level, which is difficult for the localities to do away with. This practice has been often followed by… (187 more words) …

Question number: 407

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What are IMF and IBRD referred to as?

Question number: 408

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

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What was the slave supposed to do?

Question number: 409

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

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Why did Europe choose Africa as its first preference?

Question number: 410

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Explain the causes of Great Depression. [NCERT Textbook Question]

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The world faced a great economic depression in the year 1929. The time period and year differed from country to country but almost ranged between start of 1929 and ended till late 1930’s. No country except Russia was saved from the dire consequences that were faced because of this economic… (295 more words) …

Question number: 411

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

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What steps did India take to curb the effects of World War I which was given to them by the British government?

Question number: 412

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How many people died in Second World War?

Question number: 413

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

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Mention the steps that were taken by the Europeans to push the Africans in the labour market.

Question number: 414

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What is meant by Opium Wars?

Question number: 415

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

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What was the outcome of the Bretton Woods treaty?

Question number: 416

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

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When did the Great Depression begin?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

In 1929

b.

In 1930

c.

In 1931

d.

In 1932

Question number: 417

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What is meant by the Bretton Woods Agreement? [NCERT Textbook Question]

Question number: 418

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

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What were the Corn Laws?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

They were passed by the British Government to restrict the export of corn

b.

They were passed by the America to import corn from other countries

c.

They were passed by the French Government to export corn to Canada

d.

They were passed by the British Government to restrict the import of corn

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