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Mexico was the Tabled city of gold

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જવાબ : False


Peru was the Tabled city of gold

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જવાબ : False


In the nineteenth century, what types of flow between the international economies were noticed?

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જવાબ :

  1. Trade in goods
  2. Labor i.e. the migration of people in search of work
  3. Movement of capital for short and long term investments over long distances.


What were the steps taken by the British in west Punjab to meet their food requirements?

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જવાબ : (i) The British Government built a network of irrigation canals to convert semi-desert wastelands into fertile agricultural areas where wheat and cotton could be grown for export.  (ii) The 'canal colonies' were settled by the farmers from other parts of Punjab.


State three reasons why Europeans fled to America in the 19th century. 

 

 

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જવાબ : (i) Poverty and hunger were common in Europe.  (ii) Cities were crowded and deadly diseases were widespread. (iii) Religious conflicts were common, and religious dissenters were persecuted.


Why were Europeans attracted to Africa in the late 19th century? Give any three reasons.

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જવાબ : (i) Europeans were attracted due to the resources of land and minerals of Africa.  (ii) They came to Africa to establish plantations and exploit mines.  (iii) African countries were militarily weak and backward. So, it was easy to conquer them.


In what ways did food items offer scope for long distance cultural exchange? Explain. 

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જવાબ : (i) Traders and travellers introduced new crops to the lands they travelled.  (ii) It is believed that noodles travelled west from China to become spaghetti.  (iii) Arabs traders took pasta to fifth-century Sicily, an island now in Italy.  (iv) Many of our common foods such as potatoes, soya, groundnuts, maize tomatoes, chillies, sweet potatoes and so on were not known to our ancestors and were only introduced in Europe and Asia after Christopher Columbus discovered the Americas.


‘Nineteenth Century indenture has been described as a new system of slavery.’ Explain any three points.

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જવાબ : (i) Agents did convince migrants by providing false information about final destinations, modes of travel, the nature of the work, and living and working conditions. (ii) Sometimes agents even forcibly abducted less willing migrants.  (iii) On arrival at the plantations, labourers found living and working conditions harsh, and there were few legal rights.


Mention any three effects of the British Government’s decision for the abolition of the Corn Laws. 

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જવાબ : (i) Food could be imported into Britain at much cheaper rate than it would be produced within the country. (ii) British agriculture was unable to compete with imports. Vast areas of land were left uncultivated and people started migrating to cities or other countries. (iii) As food prices fell, consumption in Britain rose. Faster industrial growth in Britain also led to higher incomes and therefore more food imports.


‘Silk routes are a good example of vibrant pre-modern trade and cultural links between distant parts of the world.’ Examine the Statement.

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જવાબ : (i) Historians have identified several silk routes, over land and by sea, knitting together vast regions of Asia, and linking Asia with Europe and northern Africa.  (ii) Chinese pottery also travelled the same route, as did textiles and spices from India and Southeast Asia.  (iii) In return, precious metals such as gold and silver flowed from Europe to Asia.


What is meant by the term ‘Tariff’?

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જવાબ : Tariff is a tax imposed on a country’s imports from the rest of the world. These are levied at the point of entry, i.e., at the border or the airport.


On what the Bretton Woods system was based on?

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જવાબ : Bretton Woods system was based on fixed exchange rates. In this system, national currencies, for example the Indian rupee, was pegged to the dollar at a fixed exchange rate. The dollar itself was anchored to gold at a fixed price of $35 per ounce of gold.


What do you mean by G-77?

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જવાબ : G-77 was a group formed by the developing countries to demand a new international economic order.


What does the flow of labour mean?

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જવાબ : The flow of labour mean the migration of people in search of employment.


What was Rinderpest?

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જવાબ : Rinderpest is a fast-spreading disease of cattle plague that had a terrifying impact on people’s livelihoods and the local economy in Africa during 1890s.


What happened after the Corn Laws were abolished?

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જવાબ : After the Corn Laws were abolished, food could be imported into Britain more cheaply than it could be produced within the country.


What do you mean by ‘Indentured Labour’?

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જવાબ : Indentured Labour is a bonded labourer under contract to work for an employer for a specific amount of time, to pay off his passage to a new country or home.


What is meant by ‘Corn Laws’?

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જવાબ : The laws allowing the government to do this were commonly known as the ‘Corn Laws’.


Which disease proved deadly killer for America’s original inhabitants?

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જવાબ : The disease named smallpox proved deadly killer for America’s original inhabitants.


Which problems were common in Europe until the nineteenth century?

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જવાબ : Hunger and Poverty were common in Europe until the nineteenth century.


What are cowries?

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જવાબ : Cowries are seashells, used as a currency in olden days.


When were the first Multinational Companies established?

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જવાબ : 1920s


What is meant by Rinderpest?

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જવાબ : It was a deadly cattle disease. It spread in Africa in 1880s.


Which food item came from Arab region to Sicily?

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જવાબ : Pasta


Which method was used by Henry Ford to increase car production?

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જવાબ : Assembly line


Which was the most powerful weapon used by Spanish to conquer America?

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જવાબ : Germs


Why all over the world some 150 millions are estimated to have left their homes, crossed oceans and settle down in vast distances?

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જવાબ : In search of better future.


In the mid 1940s Ireland’s thousands of poorest peasants died of starvation. Why?

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જવાબ : Ireland’s poorest peasants become so independent on potatoes that when disease destroyed the potatoes crop in the mid 1840s hundreds of thousands died of starvation.


The common foods were not known to our ancestors. Name some of the common foods.

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જવાબ : Many of our common foods such as potatoes, soya, groundnuts, maize, tomatoes, chilies, sweet potatoes were not known to our ancestors.


What was the time period of Great Depression?

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જવાબ : 1929-1930


Who made the best cost cutting decision?

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જવાબ : Henry Ford


Who was V S Naipaul?

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જવાબ : He was a writer, whose forefather migrated as indentured worker.


Name the countries which were considered allied powers.

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જવાબ : Britain, France and Russia


Which law restricts the British Government to restrict the import of corn?

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જવાબ : Corn Laws


Which disease proved deadly killer for people of America?

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જવાબ : Smallpox


What was the Bretton wood system?

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જવાબ : Post war international economic system


What did indentured labour mean?

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જવાબ : Bonded Labour


What were ‘Canal Colonies’?

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જવાબ : Irrigated areas


Which food traveled west from china to be called “Spaghetti’?

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જવાબ : Noodles


Which disease spread like wild fire in Africa in the 1890’s?

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જવાબ : Cattle plague


Which was the Tabled city of gold?

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જવાબ : El Doeodo


Who adopted the concept of assembly line to produce automobiles?

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જવાબ : Henry Ford


The Descendants of indentures workers is a Noble Prize winning writer is-

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જવાબ : V. S. Naipaul


The great Depression begin in

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જવાબ : 1929


Rinderpest is a?

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જવાબ : Cattle disease in Africa


The Chutney music popular in-

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જવાબ : South America


Who was known as the ‘Bismarck of Italy’?

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જવાબ : Garibaldi was known as the Bismarck of Italy.


Who discovered America?

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જવાબ : Christopher Colombes


Name the route which knitted together vast regions of Asia, and linked Asia with Europe and Northern Africa.

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જવાબ : Silk Route


Which of the following is not a economic exchange?

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જવાબ : Flow of Knowledge


What is meant by the Bretton Woods Agreement?

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જવાબ : The Bretton Woods was a framework designed at the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference held in July 1944 at Bretton Woods in New Hampshire, USA. It resulted into the formation of the International Monetary Fund to deal with external surpluses and deficits of its member nations and the World Bank to finance post war reconstruction.

 


What lessons were learnt from inter-war economic experiences by the economists and politicians during the Second World War? Describe. (2012)

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જવાબ : Economists and politicians learnt two key lessons from inter-war economic experiences during the Second World War:

  1. An industrial society based on mass production cannot be sustained without mass consumption. But to ensure mass consumption, there was a need for high and stable incomes. Income could be stable if employment was stable. So stable incomes and employment were needed.
  2. Markets could not guarantee full employment. Therefore, Government would need to check fluctuations of prices and provision of employment. Economic stability can be ensured with the interference of the Government.
  3. The second lesson was a country’s economic links with the outside world. The goal of full employment could only be achieved if Government had power to control flow of goods, capital and labour.


What role did the ‘Silk route’ play in linking distant parts of the world? (2013, 2014)
Or, “The silk routes are a good example of vibrant pre-modem trade and cultural links between distant parts of the world.” Explain how.

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જવાબ : The routes on which cargoes carried Chinese silk to the west were known as ‘Silk routes’.
(i) Historians have discovered several silk routes over land and by sea, covering vast regions of Asia and connecting Asia with Europe and North Africa. Even pottery from China, textile and spices from India and South Asia also travelled the same route.

(ii) In return, precious metals like gold and silver flowed from Europe to Asia. The traders along with trading items carried knowledge, ideas, values, skills, inventions, lifestyles, food habits, religious beliefs, etc.

(iii) Culturally, Buddhism emerged from Eastern India and spread in several directions through the silk routes. Thus, silk route not only played a major role in linking distant parts of the world, but also promoted pre-modern trade and cultural links.


“The new crops could make the difference between life and death”. Explain the above statement in context of Irish Potato Famine. (2013)

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જવાબ : Sometimes the new crops could make the difference between life and death.
Europe’s poor began to eat better and live longer with the introduction of the humble potato.

Ireland’s poorest peasants became so dependent on the potatoes that when disease destroyed the potato crop in the mid-1840s, hundreds of thousands died of starvation.

Hungry children dug for potatoes in a field that had already been harvested, hoping to discover some leftovers.
During the Great Irish Potato Famine around ten lakh people died of starvation in Ireland and double the number emigrated in search of work.


‘Many a times introduction of new crops make the difference between life and death/ Explain the statement with the example of introduction of potato crop in Europe. 2012

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જવાબ :

  1. Foods such as potato which were unknown before were only introduced in Europe and Asia after Christopher Columbus accidentally discovered the vast continent known as the Americas.
  2. Sometimes the new crops like potato could make the difference between life and death. It was with the introduction of the humble potato that Europe’s poor began to eat well, eat better and live longer.
  3. Ireland’s poor peasants became so dependent on potatoes that when the potato crop was destroyed by disease in the mid-1840s, hundreds of thousands of peasants died of starvation.


What were the IMF and the World Bank designed for? What made them shift their attention towards developing countries? (2015)

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જવાબ : The IMF and the World Bank were designed to meet the financial requirements of industrial countries. They were known as the Bretton Woods Twins. They were not equipped to deal with the challenges of poverty and lack of development in the former colonies. Fortunately, Europe and Japan rapidly rebuilt their economies and grew less dependent on the IMF and the World Bank.

As a result, IMF and the World Bank began to shift their attention more towards developing countries. The major challenge before the newly independent and developing countries was to help the majority of the people to come out of the severe poverty. Even after many years of decolonisation, the former colonial powers still controlled vital resources such as minerals and land in some of their colonies. Even the US also often enjoyed the rights to exploit natural resources of the developing countries very cheaply.

The formation of the group of 77 developing countries (G-77) helped these countries to demand a New International Economic Order (NIEO) that would give them real control over their natural resources, more development assistance, fairer prices for raw materials and better access for their manufactured goods in developed countries’ markets.


What steps were taken by economists and politicians of the world to meet the global economic crisis that arose after World War II? (2012)

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જવાબ : The Second World War caused an immense amount of economic devastation and social disruption. To preserve economic stability and full employment in the industrial world a Conference was held in 1944 at Bretton Woods, USA. The Bretton Woods Conference established the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (Popularly known as World Bank) to deal with external surpluses and deficits of its member nations and to finance post-war reconstruction.

The post-war international economic system is also often described as the Bretton Woods System. The Bretton Woods System was based on fixed exchange rates. In this system, national currencies were pledged to the dollar at a fixed exchange rate. The dollar itself was anchored to gold at a fixed price of $35 per ounce of gold.

The IMF and the World Bank were designed to meet the financial needs of the industrial countries. But as Europe and Japan rapidly rebuilt their economies, they grew less dependent on the IMF and the World Bank. Thus from the late 1950s the Bretton Woods institutions began to shift their attention more towards developing countries. The developing countries which were former colonies came under the guidance of international agencies dominated by the former colonial powers.


Explain the causes of the Great Depression in the US between 1929-30. (2012)

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જવાબ : There were several factors that had caused the ‘Depression’. Some of those were as follows:
(i) Agricultural Overproduction. Agricultural overproduction remained a problem. Falling of agricultural prices had made it even worse. As the prices fell, the agricultural income declined. To meet this situation, farmers brought larger volume of produce to the market to maintain their small income. The excessive supply couldn’t be sold due to lack of buyers and farm produce rotted.

(ii) US Loan Crisis. In the mid-1920s, many countries financed their investments through loans from the US. The overseas lenders panicked at the first sign of trouble. Countries that depended crucially on US loans faced an acute crisis due to the withdrawal of US loAnswer: It led to the failure of major banks and collapse of currencies such as the British pound sterling. In Latin America and elsewhere, it intensified the decline of agricultural and raw material prices. By doubling import duties, US gave another severe blow to world trade.


Describe the effect of the Great Depression on the world? Who were the worst affected by this depression? (2013, 2015)

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જવાબ : The Great Depression began around 1929 and lasted till the mid-1930s. During this period, there were catastrophic declines in production, employment, incomes and trade. Agricultural regions and communities were worst affected due to the great fall of agricultural prices.

In the US, farmers could not sell their harvests, households were ruined and businesses collapsed. Many households in the US could not repay their loans due to fall in their income and were forced to give up their homes, cars and other consumer durables. Unemployment increased rapidly and people had to travel long distances in search of work.

The Great Depression’s wider effects on society, politics and international relations and on peoples needs proved more enduring. The Depression immediately affected Indian trade. India’s exports and imports halved between 1928 and 1934.

Peasants and farmers suffered more than urban dwellers. Though argicultural prices fell sharply, the colonial government refused to reduce revenue demands. Peasants producing for the world market were the worst hit. Across India, peasants indebtedness increased.


“The relocation of industry to low-wage countries stimulated world trade and capital flows.” Justify the statement. (2014)

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જવાબ : The industrial world was hit by unemployment that began rising from the mid 1970s and remained till 1990s. From the late 1970s, MNCs began to shift production operations to low-wage Asian countries. New Economic policies in China and collapse of the Soviet Union and communication in Eastern Europe brought many countries back into the world economy.

Wages were relatively low in countries like China. The became attractive destinations for investments by foreign MNCs competing to capture world market.

Thus the relocation of industry to low-wage countries stimulated world trade and capital flow.


Why did the developing countries organize the G-77? Give three reasons. (2015)

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જવાબ : (i) The formation of the G-77 was a response to certain changes in the international financial system proposed by the Bretton Woods Conference. The IMF and the World Bank (Bretton Woods Twins) were designed to meet the financial requirements of industrial countries. Although there was unprecedented growth in the West and Japan, nothing was done about the poverty and lack of development in the countries which were earlier colonies.

(ii) The developing countries did not benefit from the fast growth the western economies experienced under the guidance of the World Bank and the IMF. Thus, there arose a need for the developing nations to organise themselves into the G-77 group to demand a New International Economic Order.

(iii) The formation of the New International Economic Order (NIEO) meant a system that would give them real control over their natural resources, more development assistance, fairer prices for raw materials and better access for their manufactured goods in developed countries’ markets.


“The pre-modem world changed with the discovery of new sea routes to America. “Give any three suitable examples to explain the statement. (2015)

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જવાબ : Christopher Columbus discovered the vast continent that later came to be known as America. With the discovery of America, started the cultural exchange with the original inhabitants of a vast continent.

  1. Foods like potatoes, maize, tomatoes, chillies, sweet potatoes, which were not known to people of other continents, were introduced there and became a part of their daily diet.
  2. Precious metals, particularly silver from mines located in present-day Peru and Mexico, also enhanced Europe’s wealth and financed its trade with Asia.
  3. Slave trade started. European traders captured slaves in Africa and took them to America, where they worked on plantations. Europe became the centre of World trade.
  4. Religious dissenters were persecuted in Europe. Thousands, therefore fled Europe for America.
  5. From the sixteenth century, America’s vast lands and abundant crops and minerals began to transform trade and lives everywhere.


‘Trade flourished and markets expanded in the late 19th century, but there was a darker side to this process’. Substantiate. (2015)

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જવાબ :

  • Trade flourished and market expanded in the late 19th century. But this was not only a period of expanding trade and increased property (wealth). There was a darker side to this process.
  • In many parts of the world, the expansion of trade and a close relationship with the world economy also meant a loss of freedom and livelihoods.
  • Late 19th century European conquests produced many painful economic, social and ecological changes through which colonised societies were brought into the world economy.
  • In Africa in the 1890s a fast spreading disease of cattle plague or rinderpest had a terrifying impact on peoples livelihoods and local economy.
  • The example of indentured labour migration from the colonies also shows the two-sided nature of the 19th century world. A world of economic growth as well as misery, higher incomes for some and poverty for others, technological advances along with new forms of coercion.


Explain the impact of the First World War on Britain’s economy. (2013)
 

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જવાબ : Britain, world’s leading economy in the pre-war period, faced a prolonged crisis:

  1. To finance war expenditure, Britain had borrowed liberally from US. This meant that at the end of the war, Britain was burdened with huge external debts.
  2. The war had disturbed Britain’s position of dominance in the Indian market. In India, the Nationalist Movement had gathered strength and anti-British feeling had become stronger among common people. Promotion of Indian industries had become one of the objectives of the Nationalist leaders, which adversely affected industries in Britain.
  3. There was widespread increase in unemployment coupled with decrease in agricultural and industrial production. Cotton production collapsed and export of cotton from Britain fell dramatically.
  4. Unable to modernize, Britain was finding it difficult to compete with U.S., Germany and Japan internationally.


What attracted the Europeans to Africa? Give any three reasons. (2015, 2014, 2012)

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જવાબ :

  • In the late 19th century, Europeans were attracted to Africa due to its vast resources of land and minerals.
  • Europeans came to Africa hoping to establish plantations and mines to produce crops and minerals which they could export to Europe.
  • The loss of cattle disease destroyed African livelihoods. Planters, mine owners and colonial governments now successfully monopolised what scare cattle resources remained to force Africans into the labour market.
  • African countries were militarily weak and backward. So they were in no position to resist military aggression by European states. Thus it was easy for European states to conquer them and establish colonies.


Describe the effect of the Great Depression on the world? Who were the worst affected by this depression? (2017 D)

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જવાબ : The Great Depression began around 1929 and lasted till the mid-1930s. During this period, there were catastrophic declines in production, employment, incomes and trade. Agricultural regions and communities were worst affected due to the great fall of agricultural prices.

In the US, farmers could not sell their harvests, households were ruined and businesses collapsed. Many households in the US could not repay their loans due to fall in their income and were forced to give up their homes, cars and other consumer durables. Unemployment increased rapidly and people had to travel long distances in search of work.

The Great Depression’s wider effects on society, politics and international relations and on peoples needs proved more enduring. The Depression immediately affected Indian trade. Indian exports and imports halved between 1928 and 1934.

Peasants and farmers suffered more than urban dwellers. Though agricultural prices fell sharply, the colonial government refused to reduce revenue demands. Peasants producing for the world market were the worst hit. Across India, peasants indebtedness increased.


“The new crops could make the difference between life and death”. Explain the above statement in context of Irish Potato Famine. (2017 OD)
Sometimes the new crops could make the difference between life and death.

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જવાબ : Europe’s poor began to eat better and live longer with the introduction of the humble potato.
Ireland’s poorest peasants became so dependent on the potatoes that when disease destroyed the potato crop in the mid-1840s, hundreds of thousands died of starvation.

Hungry children digged for potatoes in a field that had already been harvested, hoping to discover some leftovers.
During the Great Irish Potato Famine, around ten lakh people died of starvation in Ireland and double the number emigrated in search of work.


Give two examples of different types of global exchanges which took place before the seventeenth century, choosing one example from Asia and one from the Americas?

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જવાબ : The two examples of different types of global exchanges which took place before the seventeenth century are as follows:

  • Food articles like spaghetti or noodles are believed to have been taken to the west from China. There is a myth that pasta was taken to Sicily by Arab traders in the fifth century. Other food items like potatoes, soya, groundnuts, maize, tomatoes etc were transported to Europe from America.
  • Things like Chinese silk, pottery, Indian textiles and spices that were carried to Africa and Europe in exchange of gold and silver.


Explain how the global transfer of disease in the pre modern world helped in the colonization of the Americas?

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જવાબ : It is said that during the colonization of America by Portuguese and Spanish, weapons were not used to get control over the area. It was due to the germs of smallpox which were carried by the invaders to America. Americans had lived a life of isolation for long so they were not immune to the germs of smallpox. This led to the death of large number of people in America, clearing the way for its invaders.


Write a note to explain the effects of The British government’s decision to abolish the Corn Laws.

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જવાબ : Due to the increase in the population of Britain during eighteenth century, the demand for the food grains rose. As there was Corn Law prevailing in the country that banned the import of corn into the country, the price of the food grains rose. All this led to a situation of difficulty for the residents. Soon, the British government was forced to abolish the law in order to fill the shortfall of crop. This led to availability of food grains in the country at nominal prices.


Give two examples from history to show the impact of technology on food availability?

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જવાબ : The impact of technology on food availability can  be seen through the following instances:

  • With the coming of faster railways, lighter wagons and larger ships, transport of food became cheaper and quicker to far off places.
  • The manufacture of ships with refrigerators enabled us to transport perishable foods like meat to long distances in large quantities and at lower prices.
All this enabled people from different group of societies to purchase food items at low prices.


Write a note to explain the effects of The coming of rinderpest to Africa.

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જવાબ : Rinderpest is a cattle plague. In Africa the population was very less and most of them were dependent on their land and cattle for their livelihoods. So, when Africa was invaded by the Europeans none of the Africans were ready to work for daily wages. Rinderpest entered Africa with the Asian cattle that were taken there to feed the Italians. This causes the death of almost 90% of African cattle. As the residents were not left with any option to earn livelihood they were forced by the situation to work for wages in the plantations and mines of Europeans.


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El Doeodo

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the concept of assembly line to produce automobiles

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Henry Ford

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The Descendants of indentures workers is a Noble Prize winning writer

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V. S. Naipaul

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Tabled city of gold

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The great Depression began in

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1929

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1-C, 2-A, 3-B, 4-D

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indentured labour

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Noodles

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Canal Colonies

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Bonded Labour

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Spaghetti

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disease spread like wild fire in Africa in the 1890’s

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Cattle plague

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Irrigated areas

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The Silk Route

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Post war international economic system

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the Axis power

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helped in commercial and cultural exchange

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Loss of Livestock

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Germany, Italy, Japan

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Bretton Woods system

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compelled the Africans to work for wages

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Refrigerated ships

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Because of its Land resources and mineral wealth

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World Bank was set up

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of The Great Depression

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Agricultural overproduction

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To finance post-war construction

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Europeans were attracted most to Africa

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made the transport of perishable products over long distances possible

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10,000,000 people died in Ireland between 1845-1849 due to

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The spreading disease of cattle plague

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Henry Ford

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were considered the richest in the world

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Rinderpest

 

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adopted the concept of an assembly line to produce automobiles

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India and China

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potato famine

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The First World War was fought mainly in

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Knowledge

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The geographical exploration in Africa was directly linked to

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Europe

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From ancient times travellers travel long
distances in search of

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Imperial projects

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Common foods like potatoes, groundnuts, maize, tomatoes, chillies, sweet potatoes were introduced in

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Europe

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faster industrial growth in Britain led to

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higher income

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USA

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Did not have an effective right of veto over key IMF and World Bank decisions

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Australia

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has an effective right of veto over key IMF and World Bank decisions

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1-A, 2-C, 3-B

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ILO

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Food and Agriculture Organization

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IMF

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International Labour Organisation

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UNESCO

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International Monetary Fund

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FAO

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The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

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England

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adopted the concept of assembly line to manufacture automobiles

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the Great Depression start

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  took part in the First World War

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Henry Ford

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the outcome of Bretton Woods Conference

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International Monetary Fund

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USA, 1929

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Slaves captured from Africa

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Reason for decline of cotton textile export from India to Britain in the early 19th century

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imposition of tariff on cotton import into Britain

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did not take part in the First World War

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Portugal

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worked in American plantations during the 18th century

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Germany

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  took part in the First World War

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1-C, 2-A, 3-B, 4-D

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The GSEB Books for class 10 are designed as per the syllabus followed Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board provides key detailed, and a through solutions to all the questions relating to the GSEB textbooks.

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