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 To what extent post-war economic crisis was responsible for the rise of totalitarianism in Europe? Also discuss, in brief, its impact on India.
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 According to some historians the American Civil War was a moral conflict which not only destroyed slavery but also preserved the Union. What was the role of the war in the rise of America to greatness?
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 Though British forces were stronger than the American forces, still the British were defeated. In this context discuss the causes of American Success?
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 “The American War of Independence was more of an economic conflict than a political one”. Comment
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  Discuss Lincoln’s role in causing as well as resolving the Civil War.
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 How far the American War of Independence made a profound impact on the French Revolution of 1789?
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 The American Revolution was above all an ideological, constitutional, and political struggle. Discuss.
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 “No taxation without representation” was a slogan that led to far reaching changes in America. Elucidate.

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The American Constitution reflected the Enlightenment ideas and inspired worlds quest for democracy. Elucidate
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The American Revolution proved a point that French Enlightenment can be practically implementd. Explain
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There would have been no American Revolution had there been no Age of Reason. Elucidate.
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 Examine the role of Napoleon in the European history as a builder of modern France as well as a new Europe.
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  Explain contradictions in Napoleon’s contribution towards consolidation of the gains of revolution.
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 Describe the socio-economic causes that led the French Revolution of 1789.
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 In some ways it was the French Revolution which gave birth to modern Europe. Assess this statement.
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 Write a critical note on the acute financial crisis that became the immediate cause of the French Revolution.
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  “No other single event in the French Revolution had so far reaching results as the fall of the Bastille”. Comment.
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 According to Napoleon, Rousseau was responsible for the French Revolution more than any other philosopher. Do you agree?


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The long-standing discontent of the French people found an outlet in the revolution of 1789 and their revolutionary spirit found expression in the writings of intelligentsia and philosophers. How far the French thinkers and philosophers were responsible for the revolution?
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 The French Revolution can be seen as an example of bourgeois revolution which sprang from societal unease. Analyse.
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 “The people become involved in revolution as victims of circumstance”. Discuss in the context of the French Revolution.
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The French Revolution changed the world for all the time to come. Comment
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Napoleon was both a child and an enemy of French Revolution. Explain
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An event as encompassing as that of French Revolution could have never been possible in an intellectual vacuum. Comment
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The French Enligtenment thought before bringing Fench Revolution was tested on American soil. Elucidate.
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  The new capitalism was predominantly industrial. Evaluate the role of Industrial Revolution in the birth of socialism.
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 The “Industrial Revolution” that occurred in Britain between 1780s to 1850s was neither “industrial” nor a “revolution”. Critically examine

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 One of the most notable consequences of the Industrial Revolution was imperialism which later became aggressive and indirectly led to the First World War. Discuss.
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 Briefly discuss the factors that were responsible for the ‘Industrial Revolution’ in England.
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 According to some scholars Britain experienced the Industrial Revolution first because it developed favourable socio-political structures, mental attitudes and values. How far this opinion is correct? Explain.
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 “The Industrial Revolution was more of an evolution than a revolution”. Comment.
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 he period branded as the era of Industrial Revolution was essentially a period of transformation. Elucidate the role of Industrial Revolution in the emergence of Europe as the economic powerhouse of the world in the modern times
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 The determining factor for the rise of capitalism was industrialization in Europe .Critically examine the relation examine the relation between the two.

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The rise was socialism was a direct result of Industrial Revolution and its inherent Liberal re trade ideology. Comment
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The Industrial Revolution was to change the world for both better and worse. Explain
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Italian Renaissance led to great awakening in Europe and transcended it from middle ages to modern society. How?

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Enlightenment was thesis, Fascism was anti-thesis and Nationalism was synthesis. Comment


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 Second World War was a response to First World War. How first war created a potential for Second World War?

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Any single explanation for the outbreak of First World War is likely to be too simple . An amalgam of factors social ,political , economic, intellectual and diplomatic contributed to this horrifying conflict. Explain.

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The League of Nations, born of the destruction and disillusionment arising from World War One, had many inherent weaknesses which led to its failure. Analyze


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How the League of Nations was responsible for the First World War?
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What do you understand by the Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis? What was its role in the Second World War?
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The causes of World War One can be traced back to the past 100 years of European history. Elucidate
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 Explain the contribution of the Bolshevik Revolution in the growth of Fascism in Europe and the beginning of Cold War between the United States and Russia
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 While the impact of the French revolution of 1789 was confined to Europe, the influence of the Russian Revolution of 1917 was global. Critically analyse.
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 While the impact of the French revolution of 1789 was confined to Europe, the influence of the Russian Revolution of 1917 was global. Critically analyse.
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The Russian Revolution was always there in the air. Explain
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 Highlight the significance of the battle of Sedan (1870) in the European history.
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 Discuss the role of Bismarck in giving new direction to the history of Europe and the world as the real architect of German unification.
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  Bring out the significance of the Zollverein in the process of the unification of Germany.
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 Cavour was the real ‘brain’ while Mazzini was the ‘heart’ and Garibaldi the ‘sword’ behind the unification of Italy. Throw light on the role played by these personalities in the Italian unification
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Italian unification was a complicated process and it faced various obstacles till 1852. How and with what methods the unification of Italy achieved?

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Italian and German Unification had all the ingredients for World War One. Explain
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The German Unification was more of a coal and iron rather than being blood and iron. Elucidate
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The Italian and German Unification was to complicate the existing World Order. Explain
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The Napoleonic Continental System failed and with it failed Napoleon. Explain
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 The Korean War (1950-53) had repercussions on parties involved but also on global politics of the time. Elucidate

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  Write a note focusing on the role of Mao Tse Tung in the success of communist movement in China.
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Critical analyse the historical developments in china which led to their ascendency as an industrial power.

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 Geographical proximity cannot deny different Modernization itineraries. Analyze in perspective to China and Japan.
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 Eventhough the League of Nations was a great institution; it failed to maintain international peace. Enlist the reasons that led to its failure.
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  Why Meiji Restoration is considered an important event in the emergence of Japan as a great power?
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 The growing spirit of Japanese nationalism found manifestation in the Meiji Restoration. The Meiji Restoration was an outcome of the entry of Western Capitalism into Japan. How it helped in the modernization of Japan?
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 Enumerate the factors that helped in decolonization of the countries of Africa and Asia.
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 Describe and differentiate the concepts of imperialism and colonialism with the help of suitable examples.
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  Trace the growth of European Imperialism in Africa in the last quarter of the 19th century and indicate its impact on the international relations.
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The process of colonization has changed its form and method but refuses to die down. Elucidate


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 “The New Economic Policy was neither socialism nor capitalism but a temporary mixture of both”. Comment.
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Discuss the fine differences between capitalism and socialism as developmental ideologies. Give arguments in favour and against each.


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 “The Vienna Settlement was an honest attempt to prevent future war”. Explain.
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  The Congress of Vienna (1815) ignored the forces of nationalism and became the main reason for strengthening the same forces. Highlight key decisions of the Congress in this regard.
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 In reality, the parting of ways between England and America began in 1763. Substantiate.
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 Write a precise note on the importance of the New Economic Policy in the consolidation of communism in Russia.
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“The First World War, the twenty years of uneasy peacekeeping, and the Second World War seemed to be part of a continuous single process in which Europe was involved in a self-destructive struggle centred in the unresolved problem of Germany”. Elaborate.
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 The seeds of the Second World War were sown in the very same arrangements (League of Nations and Treaty of Versailles) which were actually meant to prevent war in future. Critically examine.
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What was the impact of Paris Peace Conference of 1919 on the world politics?
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 Discuss the causes and consequences of the First World War.
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 Trace the salient sequence of events which began in 1871 and led to the First World War. What was the role of insurgent nationalism in it?
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 Eventhough the League of Nations was a great institution; it failed to maintain international peace. Enlist the reasons that led to its failure
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 What was the impact of Paris Peace Conference of 1919 on the world politics?
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 Discuss the causes and consequences of the First World War.
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 Trace the salient sequence of events which began in 1871 and led to the First World War. What was the role of insurgent nationalism in it?
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 To what extent, the Sykes-Picot Line of international boundaries shaped the history of Middle East in the post WW-I era? Discuss

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 The seeds of First World War were sowed in the end process of German unification. Critically Examine.
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 Discuss the causes and consequences of the Second World War especially its impact on the world order?
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 Trace the rise of Fascism in Italy and its role in the outbreak of the Second World War.
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 The harsh terms of the treaty of Versailles inflicted deep injuries on German interests and prestige. Examine the role of the treaty in causation of the Second World War.
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 The harsh terms of the treaty of Versailles inflicted deep injuries on German interests and prestige. Examine the role of the treaty in causation of the Second World War.
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 The seeds of the Second World War were sown in the very same arrangements (League of Nations and Treaty of Versailles) which were actually meant to prevent war in future. Critically examine.
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 What do you understand by the Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan? How the both of them escalated the Cold War?
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 Analyze the role of the Great Depression in the growth of Nazi influence in Germany?
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  Critically evaluate the role of ambitious and aggressive foreign policy of Germany as a cause of the two world wars.
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