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What was the significance of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour?

[0.07] World War II
Chapter: [0.07] World War II
Concept: Factors Leading to the World War II

State any one reason why Mussolini helped General Franco in the Spanish Civil War.

[0.07] World War II
Chapter: [0.07] World War II
Concept: Factors Leading to the World War II

State the main aims of Hitler’s foreign policy and his plans to ful fil these aims.

[0.07] World War II
Chapter: [0.07] World War II
Concept: Factors Leading to the World War II

Give an account of the successful events of Hitler’s policy between 1933 and 1938.

[0.07] World War II
Chapter: [0.07] World War II
Concept: Factors Leading to the World War II

Name two alliances signed between Italy, Germany, and Japan.

[0.07] World War II
Chapter: [0.07] World War II
Concept: Factors Leading to the World War II

With reference to the aggressive foreign policies of Italy and Japan, explain how the following events made war more likely and worldwide in scope :

 Italy’s invasion of Abyssinia.

[0.07] World War II
Chapter: [0.07] World War II
Concept: Factors Leading to the World War II

With reference to the aggressive foreign policies of Italy and Japan, explain how the following events made war more likely and worldwide in scope :

Attack on Pearl Harbour-motives, events and impact.

[0.07] World War II
Chapter: [0.07] World War II
Concept: Factors Leading to the World War II

Answer the following question.
State the Aims of Hitler’S Foreign Policy and His Plans to Fulfil Those Aims.

[0.07] World War II
Chapter: [0.07] World War II
Concept: Factors Leading to the World War II

What was the objective of Hitler’s policy of Lebensraum?

[0.07] World War II
Chapter: [0.07] World War II
Concept: Factors Leading to the World War II

Explain the aims of Hitler’s foreign policy.

[0.07] World War II
Chapter: [0.07] World War II
Concept: Factors Leading to the World War II

Name the leader of the ‘Indian National Congress who popularized the vision of a socialist India.

[0.012] Working of Provincial Autonomy
Chapter: [0.012] Working of Provincial Autonomy
Concept: Congress and Other Ministries

 Why did the Congress ministries resign in 1939?

[0.012] Working of Provincial Autonomy
Chapter: [0.012] Working of Provincial Autonomy
Concept: Congress and Other Ministries

Name the leaders of India and Pakistan between whom the Tashkent Agreement was signed (1966).

[0.031] The Role of the Syndicate
Chapter: [0.031] The Role of the Syndicate
Concept: Appointment of Lal Bahadur Shastri in 1964 and Indira Gandhi in 1966 as Prime Minister

State any two major observations made by the Committee, on the Status of Women in India, Towards Equality Report (1974).

[0.06] Movements for Women’s Rights
Chapter: [0.06] Movements for Women’s Rights
Concept: Significance of the Towards Equality Report (1974) with Regard to Women’S

State one important example of Anglo-French appeasement of Hitler (1938) that made war inevitable.

[0.07] World War II
Chapter: [0.07] World War II
Concept: Anglo-french Appeasement Policies

 Name the two festivals started by Tilak to propagate radical nationalist ideas among the people

[0.012] Working of Provincial Autonomy
Chapter: [0.012] Working of Provincial Autonomy
Concept: Congress and Other Ministries

Why did Britain and France follow a policy of appeasement towards Germany and Italy?

[0.07] World War II
Chapter: [0.07] World War II
Concept: Anglo-french Appeasement Policies

Briefly evaluate Dr. Martin Luther King’s role in the Civil Rights Movements.

[0.1] Protest Movements
Chapter: [0.1] Protest Movements
Concept: Civil Rights Movement

What was the most important reform introduced at the provisional level, by the Government of India Act, 1935?

[0.012] Working of Provincial Autonomy
Chapter: [0.012] Working of Provincial Autonomy
Concept: Congress and Other Ministries

Who said, “You give me blood, I will give you freedom” ?

[0.013999999999999999] Subhash Chandra Bose and the INA
Chapter: [0.013999999999999999] Subhash Chandra Bose and the INA
Concept: Bose’s Role in the National Movement
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