Nazism and the Rise of Hitler MCQ Question Answers Class 9 History Chapter 3

CBSE Class 9 History Chapter 3 “Nazism and the Rise of Hitler Multiple Choice Question Answers

 

Nazism and the Rise of Hitler MCQs – Here is a compilation of Free MCQs of Class 9 History Book Chapter 3 – Nazism and the Rise of Hitler.  Students can practice free MCQs as have been added by CBSE in the new exam pattern. At the end of Multiple Choice Questions, the answer key has also been provided for your reference. Take Free Online MCQ Test for Class 9.

 

 

Q1.  When did Hitler become the Chancellor of Germany?

A. January 30, 1923

B. January 30, 1929

C. January 30, 1933

D. March 3, 1933

 

Q2. Who amongst these offered chancellorship to Hitler?

A. Churchill

B. Goebbels

C. Helmuth

D. Hindenburg

 

Q3.  When did Hitler try to seize control of Bavaria and capture Berlin?

A. 1919

B. 1923

C. 1929

D. 1933

 

Q4. When did Hitler join German Worker’s Party?

A. 1918

B. 1919

C. 1920

D. 1921

 

Q5. The Nazi Party became the largest party by?

A. 1930

B. 1931

C. 1932

D. 1933

 

Q6.  Who among the following was assigned the responsibility of economic recovery by Hitler?

A. Goebbels

B. Hindenburg

C. Hjalmar Schacht

D. Adam Smith

 

Q7. US entered into World War II due to

A. Annexation of Poland by Germany

B. Aerial bombing on London

C. Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour

D. Nonpayment of reparation dues by Germans

 

Q8. The Great Depression was a period of

A. Political crisis

B. Social crisis

C. Global crisis

D. Economic crisis

 

Q9. Hitler took over the German Workers Party and renamed it as….?

A. Secular German Workers

B. Socialist Workers of Germany

C. National Socialist Party

D. National Workers of Germany

 

Q10.  What was the name given to gas chambers by Nazis?

A. Killing Machine

B. Solution Areas

C. Revolutionary Ground

D. Disinfection Areas

 

Q11. What was ‘Dawes Plan’?

A. A plan secure loans from US bankers

B. A plan to ease reparation terms on Germany

C. A plan to overtake Rhineland mines

D. An extension of Versailles treaty

 

Q12.  Who was the propaganda minister of Hitler?

A. Hjalmar Schacht

B. Hindenburg

C. Goebbels

D. Helmuth

 

Q13. Why was the Weimar Republic called ‘November Criminals’?

A. Because they signed armistice agreement and conceded Germany to Allies

B. Because they crushed Spartacists with the help of free Corps

C. Because they misused Article 48

D. They secured loans from USA

 

Q14. Who from the following were not ‘November Criminals’?

A. Socialists

B. Spartacists

C. Catholics

D. Democrats

 

Q15.  Reichstag refers to

A. Imperial Germany

B. German Parliament

C. French Parliament

D. Imperial England

 

Q16. During the First World War against whom Germany did not fight?

A. Austria

B. England

C. France

D. Belgium

 

Q17. When was the First World War fought?

A. 1911-1914

B. 1914-1918

C. 1916-1920

D. 1941-1945

 

Q18. A camp where people were isolated and detained without due process of law, referred to as………?

A. Barracks

B. Home camp

C. Concentration camp

D. Toture camp

 

Q19. Which Article of the Weimar Constitution gave the President the powers to impose emergency, suspend civil rights and rule by decree?

A. 42

B. 48

C. 41

D. 46

 

Q20. People of Weimar Republic lost confidence in the democratic …….?

A. Socialist system

B. Conservative system

C. Parliamentary system

D. None

 

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Q21. The Tripartite Pact was signed between Germany, Japan and _______.

A. Austria

B. England

C. Russia

D. Italy

 

Q22. The treaty of Versailles signed at the end of World War 1 was harsh for Germany because…..?

A. Germany lost its overseas colonies

B. It lost 75 % of its iron to France

C.The western powers demilitarized Germany

D. All

 

Q23. In what ways did the First World War leave a deep impact on European society and polity?

A. Soldiers were put above civilians

B. Politicians laid stress on men to strong and masculine

C. Aggressive war propaganda was given support

D. All

 

Q24. Which of the following statements is false about World War 1?

A. The soldiers led miserable lives in trenches

B. They faced poisonous gas

C. They were ready to die for the glory of their country

D. Aggressive propaganda glorified war

 

Q25. Why did Helmuth’s father kill himself? 

A. He was depressed by Germany’s defeat

B. He feared that common people will mishandle him

C. He feared revenge by the allied powers

D. He wanted to commit suicide

 

Q26. Which of the following bodies was set up to try and prosecute the Nazi war crimininals? 

A. International Military Tribunal

B. British Military Tribunal

C. Allied Military Tribunal

D. Judicial Court

 

Q27. Which of the following people was the German Genocidal war?

A. Jews

B. Polish

C. Germans who were considered disabled

D. All

 

Q28. In 1917, war led to the strengthening of Allies and defeat of Germany because of the entry of …..?

A. Japan

B. USA

C. Spain

D. China

 

Q29. Which was a feature of Hitler’s foreign policy?

A. He pulled out of the league of nations in 1933

B. He decided not attack any country

C. He thanked the Allied powers

D. All

 

Q30. Which incident persuaded the USA to join the war? 

A. Hitler’s attack on Eastern Europe

B. Hitler’s policy of Genocide

C. Helplessness of England and France

D. Japan’s attack on the US base of Pearl Harbour

 

Q.31. Which countries led the Allied Powers? 

(a) UK, France and USSR

(b) UK, Germany, France and USA

(c) UK, Germany and Italy

(d) UK, Japan and Germany

 

Q.32. The red banner of the Nazis had a symbol of ______

(a) om

(b) red cross

(c) swastika

(d) white cross

 

Q.33. When was the Nazi’s Youth league founded? 

(a) 1910

(b) 1914

(c) 1920

(d) 1922

 

Q.34. Who wrote the famous book ‘Mein Kampf’? 

(a) Mussolini

(b) Charlotte Beradt

(c) Pastor Niemoeller

(d) Adolf Hitler

 

Q.35. At the end of WWII, after the Germans surrendered to the Allies, where was the International Military Tribunal set up? 

(a) Versailles

(b) Auschwitz

(c) Nuremberg

(d) Weimar

 

Q.36. Where did the National Assembly establish a democratic constitution with a federal structure? 

(a) Rhineland  

(b) Weimar

(c) Lorraine

(d) Posen

 

Q.37. The origin of the Weimar Republic coincided with the revolutionary uprising of the _________ on the pattern of the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia

(a) Communist Party

(b) Democratic Republic

(c) Spartacist League

(d) None of the above

 

Q.38. The world’s largest stock exchange located in the USA during 1924 and 1929 was ________

(a) Weimar Republic

(b) Wall Street Exchange

(c) Reichstag

(d) Hall of Mirrors

 

Q.39. The USA entered the war on _____________ as Japan bombed Pearl Harbour

(a) 7th December 1941

(b) 8th December 1940

(c) 9th December 1939

(d) 10th December 1942

 

Q.40.  When did the troops of the USSR liberate Auschwitz? 

(a) 26th January 1943

(b) 27th January 1944

(c) 27th January 1945

(d) 28th February 1944

 

Q.41. When was the Second World War started? 

(a) 1st September 1937

(b) 1st October 1938

(c) 1st August 1938

(d) 1st September 1939

 

Q.42. When was Hitler offered a Chancellorship of Germany, the highest position in the Cabinet of Ministers by the President? 

(a) 30th January 1931

(b) 30th January 1932

(c) 30th January 1933

(d) 30th February 1932

 

Q.43.  Hitler’s autobiography was named _________________

(a) Volkswagen

(b) Evacuation

(c) Final Solution

(d) Mein Kampf

 

Q.44. Where did the Soviet army give a humiliating defeat to Germany? 

(a) Nuremberg

(b) Versailles

(c) Stalingrad

(d) Pearl Harbour

 

Q.45. What was the Nazi Youth Groups for children below 14 years of age known as? 

(a) Gypsies

(b) Ghettoization

(c) Jungvolk

(d) Annihilation

 

Q.46. __________ put forward the idea of ‘survival of the fittest’.

(a) Hjalmar Schacht

(b) Herbert Spencer

(c) Adolf Hitler

(d) Charles Darwin

 

Q.47. When did Germany invade Poland? 

(a) 3rd September 1938

(b) 1st September 1939

(c) 4th September 1940

(d) 1st September 1941

 

Q.48. The people’s dreams were written in diaries and later published in a highly disconcerting book called the Third Reich of Dreams. Who wrote this book? 

(a) Holocaust

(b) Euthanasia

(c) Auschwitz

(d) Charlotte Beradt

 

Q.49. When did the Nazis proclaimed the Weimer Republic? 

(a) 8th November 1917

(b) 9th November 1918

(c) 9th November 1919

(d) 9th November 1920

 

Q.50. __________ meant deporting people to gas chambers during the Nazi regime

(a) euthanasia

(b) disinfection

(c) evacuation

(d) gypsies

 

Answer key for Class 9 History Chapter 3 – Nazism and the Rise of Hitler MCQs

Question No.AnswerQuestion No.Answer
1C26C
2D27A
3B28D
4B29B
5C30A
6C31B
7C32C
8D33B
9C34A
10D35C
11B36C
12C37A
13A38D
14B39C
15B40D
16A41D
17B42C
18C43D
19B44C
20C45C
21D46B
22D47B
23D48D
24C49B
25C50C

 

 

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