History-Making of a Global World (CBSE Class-10 Social-Science): Questions 99 - 112 of 225

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Question number: 99

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When and where was slave trade started?

Question number: 100

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When was the First World War fought?

Question number: 101

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Who started the slave trade business?

Question number: 102

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Why did food production go down in England during the Industrial Revolution?

Question number: 103

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What happened to Britain after the Second World War?

Question number: 104

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“The indentured labour gave rise to a new culture in the Caribbean”. Justify this statement with three examples.

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Labour brought to some place bonded with a signed contract is known as indentured labour. In the 19th century, when slave trade prevailed, these people were brought legally to Carribean islands (mainly Trinidad, Guyana, Surinam) from countries where cheap labour was available, by making false promises and giving false… (266 more words) …

Question number: 105

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Why were the Corn Laws passed?

Question number: 106

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Which procession took place in Trinidad?

Question number: 107

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What was the objective of League of Nations?

Question number: 108

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State the statistics of loss of human resources in First World War?

Question number: 109

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From which countries were labourers sent to Carribean Islands?

Question number: 110

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Which technologies and new processes facilitated trade and change the scenario of world for globalization?

Question number: 111

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How were Spanish and Portuguese able to conquer America?

Question number: 112

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Give two examples to show the import of technology and food availability. [NCERT Textbook Question]

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