French Revolution Question with Answer

31. Who among the following consisted in the Second Estate?

  1. Nobles and Landlords
  2. Priests and Church officials
  3. Common People
  4. Middle Class people

32. Who among the following consisted in the Third Estate?

  1. Nobles and Landlords
  2. Priests and Church officials
  3. Common People
  4. Landlords

33. Which of following fort was seized by the revolutionaries and set free the prisioners?

  1. Red fort
  2. William fort
  3. St.George fort
  4. Bastille fort

34. Which of the following were the national colours of France during the?

  1. Blue-green-yellow
  2. Red-green-blue
  3. Blue-white-red
  4. Yellow-red-white

35. The most important of the privileges enjoyed by the clergy and nobility

  1. right to collect dues
  2. ownership of land
  3. participate in wars
  4. exemption from taxes to the state

36. Bundle of rods or fasces symbolised

  1. Royal power
  2. Equality before law
  3. Law is the same for all
  4. Strength lies in unity

37. Which of the following symbolised Eternity?

  1. Sceptre
  2. Eye within a triangle radiating light
  3. The Law Table
  4. Snake biting its tail to form a ring

38. France on 21st September, 1792 was declared a

  1. Socialist State
  2. Democracy
  3. Communist State
  4. Republic

39. Which of the following is true about Louis kings of France?

  1. They were inefficiant and spent Huge amont on personal luxurious
  2. Extavagant expenditure on wars resulting the bankruptcy
  3. They did not consult Estate General(Parliament) On State matters
  4. All the above

40. Which of the following was the main objective of the Constitution of 1791?

  1. to limit the powers of the king alone
  2. do away with feudal privileges
  3. give equal rights to women
  4. establish a constitutional monarchy

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