Here you will topicwise notes followed by important questions and answers for class 10 social science. In this article, we are providing topicwise notes on ‘The Dream of Worldwide Democratic and Social Republics’.
|CBSE Class 10 Social Science||Topicwise Notes|
|Chapter||The Rise of Nationalism in Europe|
|Topic||The Dream of Worldwide Democratic and Social Republics|
|Frequently Asked Questions||Yes, Provided|
The Dream of Worldwide Democratic and Social Republics
➤ In 1848, Frederic Sorrieu, a French artist, prepared a series of four prints visualising his dream of world.
➤ In Sorrieu’s utopian vision, the peoples of the world are grouped as distinct nations, identified through their flags and national costume.
➤ It showed series of people of Europe and America marching in a long train offering homage to Statue of Liberty.
➤ This procession is followed by United States, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, the kingdom of Two Sicilies, Lombardy, Poland, England, Ireland, Hungary and Russia.
➤ From the heavens above Christ, saints and angels gaze upon scene as if they are blessing them.
➤ During the 19th century, nationalism emerge as a force which brought about political changes in the world.
➤ Nation-state emerge in the place of multinational dynastic empires of Europe.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Here we are providing frequently asked questions on topic ‘The Dream of Worldwide Democratic and Social Republics’.
Q1. How did the French artist personify liberty?
Ans. The French artist personified liberty as a female figure. The Statue of Liberty having torch of enlightenment in one hand and charter of Rights of Man in the other hand.
Q2. What does ‘Nation State’ mean?
Ans. The nation-state is one where the great majority are conscious of a common identity and share the same culture.
Q3. Name the states offering homage to the Statue of Liberty.
Ans. (i) The United States (ii) Switzerland
Q4. What is a Utopian?
Ans. A perfect society where everyone works well that is so ideal that it is unlikely to actually exist.
Q5. Which flag were the people of Germany bearing?
Ans. They were bearing the black, red and gold flags.
Q6. Why did Frederic Sorrieu present utopian vision in his prints in 1848? Explain one reason.
Ans. Frederic Sorrieu presented a utopian vision in his prints in 1848 because, the people of the world are grouped as distinct nations, identified through their flags and national costume.
Q7. Examine the significance of the Statue of Liberty in Frederic Sorrieu’s paintings, ‘The Dream of Worldwide Democratic and Social Republics’.
Ans. Men and women of all ages and social classes marshed in a long train and offering homage to the Statue of Liberty as they pass by it.