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Unit Quiz

How did India achieve independence in 1947?

This quiz will help you to assess your learning of key concepts and knowledge in this unit.

Due to the overlap in knowledge and themes, the following Unit Quiz assesses knowledge from the following enquiries: 1) How did India achieve independence in 1947? 2) Who decolonised in the Twentieth Century? 3) What kind of stories can be told about the sixties? The Unit Quizzes for these enquiries are all the same quiz
 
Q1.What was the aim of Congress and Gandhi?

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Q2.What was the organisation that Gandhi led?

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Q3.Which country supported Indian independence after WW2?

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Q4.What was the name given to the separation of India into two countries?

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Q5.What two countries was India split into in 1947?

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Q6.What was 'Home Rule'?

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Q7.What was the Easter Rising?

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Q8.What was Ghana called before independence?

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Q9.Kwame Nkrumah became the leader of which party?

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Q10.What sporting event did England win in 1966?

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Q11.What generation of people became teenagers and young adults in the Sixties?

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Q12.Which band inspired a worldwide following that became known as a 'mania'?

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Q13.Which group was known for motorcycling and wearing leather jackets?

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Q14.What country had a large influenced on British art, music and culture during the Sixties?

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Q15.What is an interpretation?

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Q16.What did the 1965 and 1968 Race Relations Acts do?

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Q17.Who famously delivered the anti-immigration 'rivers of blood' speech?

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