ISC History 2011 Class-12 Previous Year Question Papers Solved

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 Part-I

Sections-A of Part-II

Section-B of Part-II


Maximum Marks: 80
Time allowed: Three hours

  • Candidates are allowed additional 15 minutes for only reading the paper. They must NOT start writing during this time.
  • Answer Question 1 (Compulsory) from Part I and five questions from Part II, choosing two questions from Section A, two
  • questions from Section B and one question from either Section A or Section B.
  • The intended marks for questions or parts of questions are given in brackets [ ].

Part-I (20 Marks)
Answer all questions

ISC History 2011 Class-12 Previous Year Question Papers Solved

Question 1. [20]
(i) Why did the Japanese victory in the Russo- Japanese War (1905) lead to the rise of radical nationalism in India ?
(ii) Give any two examples of industries set up by Indian nationalists during the Swadeshi and Boycott Movement.
(iii) Name the two Acts passed by the British in 1919, that reflected the dual policy followed by them in India.
(iv) Name any two prominent leaders among the pro-changers in the Congress.
(v) Where and why did Mahatma Gandhi launch his first great experiment in Satyagraha in India ?
(vi) Who was the President of the All-India States Peoples ’ Conference in 1939 ?
(vii) Which event after the Second World War, convinced the British that they could no longer depend on the loyalty of the armed forces in India ?
(viii) Name any one outstanding Congress leader among women, during the freedom movement.
(ix) On what grounds did Jinnah justify his two- nation theory ?
(x) Which state decided to join the Indian Union after an armed incursion supported by Pakistan in 1947 ?
(xi) Mention any two adverse effects of the Great Depression of 1929 on the Italian economy ?
(xii) Who passed the Enabling Law ? What was its significance ?
(xiii) What agreements did
(a) Mussolini and
(b) Hitler sign with the Pope in order to gain his support ?
(xiv) Why is the Battle of Britain regarded as the first major turning point in the Second World War ?
(xv) Why was the formation of NATO a highly significant development in the context of American foreign policy ?
(xvi) What effect did the Abyssinian War have on Mussolini’s relationship with Hitler ?
(xvii) State one reason for the ‘thaw’ in the Cold War.
(xviii) Why is it necessary to increase the number of permanent members in the Security Council ?
(xix) What was Britain’s main objection to joining the EEC in its formative years ?
(xx) Why did the Arabs consider the Sykes-Picot Treaty, a breach of faith by the British Government ?
Answer 1:
(vi) Jawaharlal Nehru.

(vii) There was a revolt of the Indian naval ratings at Mumbai in February 1946, they fought a 7 hour battle with the army and navy and had surrendered only when asked to do so by the national leaders. There were also widespread strikes in the royal Indian air force. The Indian signal cops at Jabalpur also went on strike.

(ix) Jinnah justified his Two Nation theory by declaring that the real aim of the Congress was not independence but a Hindu Raj, hostile to Muslim minorities.

(x) Kashmir decided to join the Indian Union after an armed incursion supported by Pakistan in 1947.

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(xii) The enabling Act was an amendment to the German constitution which was passed by Hitler. It basically gave Hitler dictator powers and the right to enact laws without involvement of the German Reichstag. It was combined with the previous by passed Reichstag fire decree, which transferred state rights to the central government.

(xiii) In July 1933, Hitler and pope signed a concordat, according to which the church renounced guaranteed the right to free worship to circulate Pastoral Epistles, to maintain catholic schools and property. Mussolini signed the Lateran treaty in 1929 which made Vatican City a separate independent state, recognized Catholicism as the state sponsored religion and gave the church 750 million lire in compensation for the Vatican loss of sovereignty over the Papal States in the 1800’s.

(xiv) When the British did not surrender, Hitler called off the attack and went on to invade Russia thus, opening war on both fronts. Germany’s failure in the Battle of Britain thus, became one of the major reasons for the ultimate German defeat. This was Hitler’s first defeat.

(xv) The NATO was formed primarily to oppose the Russian influence in Western Europe, thus, the formation of NATO was highly significant in the context of American foreign policy.

(xvi) Italy had full admiration of Germany for her! role during Abyssinia conquest. Italy cartie closer to Germany and made understanding with Hitler by forming the Rome-Berlin axis. So, in the Seccyid World War Mussolini joined Germany and declared war on Britain and France.

(xvii) The death of Stalin in 1953 was probably the starting of the ‘thaw’ in the cold war because new leaders came to the forefront in Russia.

(xviii) The necessity is felt to increase the number of permanent members in Security Council to restore harmony and ensure wider cooperation and goodwill with third World Nations.

(xx) Arabs thought British Government played a double role by assuring the Arabs an independent Arabia and the Jews a homeland in Palestine. So, they
consi-dered the Sykes-Picot Treaty, a breach of faith by the British Government


Part—II (60 Marks)

ISC History 2011 Class-12 Previous Year Question Papers Solved

Answer five questions in all, choosing two questions from Section A, two questions from Section B and one question from either Section A or Section B.

Section—A

Question 2.
Several factors were responsible for the communalisation of Indian politics (1885-1919). In this context, discuss :
(a) The initial rejection of Western education by
(b) The communal tinge in the ideas and activities of certain radical nationalist leaders. [6] (c) The views of Sayyid Ahmad Khan after the establishment of the Indian National Congress. [6]

Question 3.
(a) Why was the Simon Commission sent to India ? [6] (b) Give an account of the significant Indian Muslims developments in the National Movement from the Lahore Session of the Congress in 1929 to the suspension of the Civil Disobedience Movement in 1931. [10]

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