Unit-1: Rise Of Nationalism In Europe – History NCERT Solution Class-10

Unit-1: Rise Of Nationalism In Europe


Intext Solutions:-

Page- 03

Q.1:- In what way do you think this print (Fig. 1) depicts a utopian vision?

Page- 04

Q.1:- Summaries the attributes of a nation, as Renan understand them. Why m his view, are nations important?

Page- 08

Q.1:- How did nationalism and the idea of the nation-state emerge?

Page- 10

Q.1:- Describe the political ends that List hopes to achieve through economic measures.

Page- 11

Q.1:- Plot on a map of Europe the changes drawn up by the Vienna Congress.

Q.2:- What is the caricaturist trying to depict?

Page- 15

Q.1:- Discuss the importance of language and popular traditions in the creation of national identity.

Page- 16

Q.1:- Describe the cause of the ‘Silesian -weavers’ uprising. Comment on the viewpoint of the journalist.

Q.2:- Imagine you are a weaver who saw the events as they unfolded. Write a report on what you saw.

Page- 18

Q.1:- Compare the positions on the question of women’s rights voiced by the three writers cited above. What do they reveal about liberal ideology?

Page- 20

Q.1:- Describe the caricature. How does if represent the relationship between Bismarck and the elected deputies of Parliament? What interpretation of democratic processes is the artist trying to convey?

Page- 21

Q.1:- Look at Fig. 14(a). Do you think that the people living in any of these regions thought of themselves as Italians? Examine Fig. 14(b). Which was the first region to become a part of unified Italy? Which was the last region to join? In which year did the largest number of States join?

Page- 22

Q.1:- The artist has portrayed Garibaldi as holding on to the base of the boot, so that the King of Sardinia-Piedmont can enter it from the top. Look at the map of Italy once more. What statement is this caricature making?

Page- 24

Q.1:- With the help of the chart in Box 3, identify the attributes of Veit’s Germania and interpret the symbolic meaning of the painting.

Q.2:- Describe what you see in Fig. 18. What historical events could Hübner be referring to in this allegorical vision of the nation?

Page- 25

Q.1:- Look once more at Fig. 10. Imagine you were a citizen of Frankfurt in March 1848 and were present during the proceedings of the Parliament.
How would you (a) as a man seated in the hall of deputies, and (b) as a woman observing from the galleries, relate to the banner of Germania hanging from the ceiling?


Exercise Solutions:-


Q.1:- Write a note on:-
(a) Guiseppe Mazzini
(b) Count Camillo de Cavour
(c) The Greek War of Independence
(d) Frankfurt Parliament
(e) The Role of Women in Nationalist Struggles

Q.2:- What steps did the French revolutionaries take to create a sense of collective identity among the French people?

Q.3:- Who were Marianne and Gennania? What was the Importance of way in which they were portrayed?

Q.4:- Briefly trace the process of German unification.

Q.5:- What changes did Napoleon introduce to make the administrative system more efficient in the territories ruled by him?


Discussion Solutions:-


Q.1:- Explain what is meant by the 1848 revolution of the liberals. What were the political, social and economic ideas supported by the liberals?

Q.2:- Choose three examples to show the contribution of culture to the growth of nationalism in Europe.

Q.3:- Through a focus on any two countries, explain how nations developed over the 19th century.

Q.4:- How was the history of nationalism in Britain unlike the rest of Europe?

Q.5:- Why did national tensions emerge in the Balkans?