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Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 28]

Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 28] Q. Delineate the factors and events leading to the breakup of Yugoslavia in the bloody civil war. [20 Marks] NOTE: All those enrolled can send their answers for evaluation in PDF format after scanning (you can use camscanner) on historytestseries2021@gmail.com Name your file as your […]

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Solution: Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 28]

Solution: Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 28] Q. Delineate the factors and events leading to the breakup of Yugoslavia followed by the bloody civil war. [20 Marks] Ans: Yugoslavia—the land of South (i.e. Yugo) Slavs—was created at the end of World War I when Croat, Slovenian, and Bosnian territories that had […]

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Solution: Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 14]

Solution: Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 14] Q. “The year 1917 was marked by two important events which profoundly affected the fortunes of the First World War”. Explain. [10 Marks] Ans: Russian Revolution As the result of revolution, Czar was expelled from the throne and power soon passed into the […]

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Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 14]

Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 14] Q. “The year 1917 was marked by two important events which profoundly affected the fortunes of the First World War”. Explain. [10 Marks] NOTE: All those enrolled can send their answers for evaluation in PDF format after scanning (you can use camscanner) on historytestseries2021@gmail.com […]

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Evaluate the ‘Kitab al-Hind’ of Alberuni as a source of history of India. 

Evaluate the ‘Kitab al-Hind’ of Alberuni as a source of history of India. ©️selfstudyhistory.com Ans: Alberuni’s Kitab ul Hind or Tarikh-ul Hind is the survey of Indian life based on his study and observations in India between 1017 and 1030. Kitab-ul-Hind is simple and lucid. It is divided into 80 chapters on subjects such as religion […]

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“Babur’s advent into India contributed towards strategic and military field and establishment of the prestige of crown.” Elaborate.

Q. “Babur’s advent into India contributed towards strategic and military field and establishment of the prestige of crown.” Elaborate. ©️selfstudyhistory.com Ans: Babur died at Agra on 30 December 1530 after a short illness. Although Babur greatly missed Afghanistan, and found many aspects of India to be distasteful, he was clear that henceforth India was not […]

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Was there any potentiality of emergence of capitalism in Mughal India along the lines of what happened in Europe? Discuss.

Q. Was there any potentiality of emergence of capitalism in Mughal India along the lines of what happened in Europe? Discuss. ©️selfstudyhistory.com Ans: In Europe Capitalism started emerging from the second half of the 18th century. It was initially merchant capitalism and not industrial capitalism which later evolved into Industrial capitalism which is true form of capitalism. […]

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Discuss the Empire-centric approach, which identify the causes of the decline within the structure and functioning of the Empire, for explaining the Mughal decline.

Q. Discuss the Empire-centric approach, which identify the causes of the decline within the structure and functioning of the Empire, for explaining the Mughal decline. ©️selfstudyhistory.com Ans: Empire-centric approach: Historians attempt to identify the causes of the decline within the structure and functioning of the Empire itself. Personality centric view: This was propagated by Jadunath […]

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