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French Revolution

The French Revolution began on
A. July 14, 1789
B. July 30, 1798
C. May 21, 1743
D. May 23, 1759

Answer:

A


Which of following fort was seized by the revolutionaries and set free the prisioners?
A. Red fort
B. William fort
C. St.George fort
D. Bastille fort

Answer:

D


Into how many estates French society was divided?
A. 3
B. 4
C. 5
D. 2

Answer:

A


Which of the following were the estates of French society?
A. First Estate
B. Second Estate
C. Third Estate
D. All the above

Answer:

D


Who among the following consisted in the First Estate?
A. Nobles and Landlords
B. Priests and Church officials
C. Common People
D. Middle Class people

Answer:

B


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