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nomadic cattle-breeding

68.The main religious book in Turkic languages in XI century

Kutadgu-bilik by Yusuf Balasaguni

Divan-i- Hikmet by Hoja Ahmat Yassawi

Divan-i- Lugat at Turk by Mahmud Kashgari

Djami at-Tavarih by Kadyrgali Jalairi

69.When did “the Otrar catastrophe” happen

70.How long did Emir Timur rule in Central Asia

Years

8years

52 years

24 years

71.Where was the territory of Maverannakhr

between Chu and Talas

South Kazakhstan

Deserts north of the Aral sea

Between Syr Daria and Amu Daria

72.The state which existed at the territory of Jetysu and Eastern Turkestan in 14th and 15th centuries

White Horde

Mogulistan

Golden Horde

Uzbek Ulus

73.Which ruler destroyed the White Horde

Tokhtamysh

Urus Khan

Tamerlan

Togluk Timur

74.The state religion of Moghulistan was

ancient Mongol religion

Islam

Buddhism

Christianity

75.The rulers of Moghulistan were descendants of

Chagatai

Djuchi

Orda Edjen

Batu

76.When did Abulkhair Shaibanid rule

1428-1468

1400-1418

1370-1405

1280-1326

77.Which city was the capital of Abulkhair’s State

Samarkand

Otrar

Syganaq

Taraz

78.Kazakh sultans Kerei and Zhanibek separated in 1458-59 from

Abulkhair’s Khanate

Tamerlan’s Empire

Golden Horde

Ulus of Chagatai

79.Where is the Khodza Ahmat Yassavi Mausoleum situated

Samarakand

Turkestan

Taraz

Syganaq

80.The first khan of Moghulistan was

Togluk Timur

Timur

Abulkhair

Mubarak khan

81.Abulkhair Shaibanid was from the dynasty of

Chagataids

Shaibanids

Karakhanids

Timurids

82.Which of these cattle were the least important for nomads

horse

sheep

camel

cow

83.A mystical current in Islam is called

Hanifism

Sunnism

Sufism

Yassavia

84.Kazakh Khans were descendants of

Chagatai

Ugedei

Abulkhair

Juch

85.Which historians have noted that the number of Kazakhs reached 1 million

Dulati

Zhalair

Babur

Abulgazy

86.When did Takhir become khan of Kazakh Khandom?

1523-1524

1525-1526

1527-1528

87.Who are the neighbours deteriorated relations Kazakh state under the rule of Tahir - khan

Nogayees

Kirgizes

Moguls

Kalmyks

88.Against whom the event in 1527 was named as “campaign for the rams”

Campaign Moguls to Kirgizes

Campaign Kazakhs to Moguls

Campaign Kazakhs to Kalmyks

Campaign Kazakhs to Kirgizes

89.At which Khan repeated flowering of the Kazakh Khanate in the XVI century

Khak-nazar

Mamash

Takhir

Tugul

90.Who became a khan of Kazakh Khandom after Khak-nazar-khan

Shigai

Tauekel

Esym

Tursyn

91.What value had Anyrakaisky battle

Became a turning point in Kazakh-Joungar relations

Joungars left the Kazakhs lands

Let to defeating of Joungaria

Let to ununitary of Kazakh khanate



 

92.Who was a head the Kazakh Council to Moscow in 1594 year?

Kul-Muhammed

Oraz-Muhammed

Peer-Muhammed

Shakh-Muhammed

93.How was called a code of law of Genghis-Khan

Yassa

Adat

Shariat

Shezhyre

94.Which years entered to the history by the name “Aktaban of Shubyryndy”- the years of Great disasters

1723-1727

1719-1720

1745-1747

1734-1736

95.What was the difference of the Uprising by Kenesary Kasymov from the other ones

took all three zhuzes

only aristocracy participated

the new capital was proclaimed

combats with China

96.The major document of 1822 that eliminated Khan’s power in the Middle Zhuz was

Ustav of Siberian Kyrgyzs

The Steppe Reform

Special Act on Akmola Kazakhs

Ustav of Orenburg Kirgiz

97.The Jungar Khanate was destroyed by

China

Khan Abuljkhair,

Russia,

internal clashes

98.What was the main direction of Russian incorporation in the 18th century

building fortresses

trade contacts

military expeditions against Chinese troops

opening Russian schools

99.Who were the leading force of the 1st wave of Russian settlement in Kazakhstan

Cossack families

peasants

administration

merchants protected by government

100.What kind of administrative division was established by the “Ustav of 1822”

general-governorship - oblast – volost – aul

oblast – okrug – volost – aul

general-governorship - oblast – volost – aul

okrug – oblast – volost – aul

101.According to the “Reforms of 1822-1824 years” the traditional Kazakh court of bi and kazi

was abolished

acted on the basis of Imperial Laws,

considered criminal cases

was preserved for aul level

102.In 1832 the major centre of Russian administration created in Northern Kazakhstan was the fortress

Akmolinsk

Semipalatinsk

Karaganda

Tomsk

103.The basic administrative unit that united several auls according to Ustav of Orenburg Kirgizs of 1824 was called

distance

volost

okrug

fortress-line

104.Foundation of the Kazakh khanate was a logical completion to the

ethnical and cultural processes

development of Genghisid dynasty

process of religious unification

nothing

105.Uprising under the leadership of Mahambet Otemisuly and Isatai Taimanuly took place

in the Middle Zhuz

along the Syr Daria

in the Bokei Horde

in the North Eastern Kazakhstan

106.The initial territory of Kazakh Khanate (during khans Kerey and Zhainibek)

West Jetysu

towns on Syr Daria

Eastern Desht-i Kypchak

Central Kazakhstan

107.The dates of Uprising led by Kenesary Kasymov were

1837-1847

1836-1838

1820-1839

1850-1856

108.The Kazakh khanate achieved its biggest strength

in the 1st quarter of 16th century during Qasym

in the late 17th century during Qasym,

in the late 16th century during Esim Khan,

in the early 17th century during Esim

109.The capital of Kazakh khanate was

Turkestan

Bukhara

Otrar

Taraz

110.Pastures in a medieval Kazakh society were property of

the clan

sultans

Khan

bai and sultans

111.Leaders of clans – biis in the Kazakh khanate belonged to

qara suyek

aq suyek

tore clan

Genghisids

112.Big distances and nomadic lifestyle in the Kazakh khanate

limited development of centralized state

were favorable for economic relations,

created conflicts with neighbors,

helped development of effective taxation system

113.Legal codex in the Kazakh state were adopted during the rule of these khans

Qasym, Esim and Tauke

Qasym and Tauekel

Haqnazar, Esim, and Tauke

Shygai and Tauke

114.What was “kun” in Zheti Zhargy

material payment for a committed crime

a death penalty for killing sultan

a court of sultans

a principle of cutting out hands for stealing things

115.When did the Incorporation of Kazakhstan into Russia start

116.What was the first administrative centre of Russian Empire built for controlling Kazakhs

Orenburg

Pavlodar

Akmolinsk

Vernyi

117.How long did the process of Incorporation into Russia take place

134 years

75 years

46 years

110 years

118.What was the main direction of Russian colonisation in the 18th century

building fortresses along the borders of Russian Empire

trade contacts

military expeditions against Chinese troops

opening Russian schools

119.Who were the leading force of the 1st wave of Russian settlement in Kazakhstan

Peasants

merchants protected by government

Cossack families

workers

120.When the Kazakh Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic(Kaz. ASSR) created was

1920, August 26

1936, November 10

1918, December 23

1926, March 1

121.According to the program of Alash party from 1917, Kazakh lands should

stay as a separate general-governorship within the Russian Empire

form a separate state

be a self-governed autonomy within the Federative Russian Republic

have a cultural autonomy

122.A big uprising against colonial reforms and heavy taxes in 1870 took place in

Mangyshlak

Ural oblast

Jetysu

Ulytau mountains

123.The biggest single ethnic group that migrated into Kazakhstan in the 1880s

Uighurs

Dungans

Germans

Byelorussians

124.The first centre of oil-extraction in Kazakhstan in the early 20th century

Emba area

Mangyshlak peninsula

Karachaganak area

Atyrau area

125.The major topic of poetry by Buhar Zhyrau Qalqamanuly

nature of native land

love and beauty,

patriotism

struggle against Tsarist colonisation

126.The first establishments giving professional education in Kazakhstan

cadet corpse

medical colleges

pedagogical seminaries

technical colleges

127.Chokan Valikhanov was born in

Kushmurun

Orenbourg

Vernyu

Semipalatinsk

 

128.A big uprising against Tsarist reforms and hard taxation in 1870 took place in

Mangyshlak

Ural oblast

Jetysu

Ulytau mountains

129.What was the main field for capital investments in Kazakhstan in the 19th century

cattle-breeding

mineral resources mining

oil-processing

textile industry

130.The biggest ethnic group that migrated into Kazakhstan in the 1880s

Uighurs

Dungans

Germans

Byelorussians

131.The first centre of the oil-extraction in Kazakhstan in the early 20th century

Emba area

Mangyshlak peninsula

Karachaganak area

Atyrau are

132.The major topic of poetry by Buhar Zhyrau Qalqamanuly

nature of native land

love and beauty,

patriotism

struggle against Tsarist colonisation

133.What was the first institution that gave the professional education in Kazakhstan

cadet corps

medical colleges

pedagogical seminaries,

technical colleges

134.Chokan Valikhanov became famous for his studies in

geography and ethnology

mathematics

literature and music

political and economic issues

135.Consequences for Kazakhstan made by P.A. Stolypin in 1906-11

growth of peasants' migration into Kazakhstan

rapidly growth of industrial plants and factories

fall of prices on cattle

closing of Alash party and Kazakh newspapers

136.How many Kazakh representatives were elected to the first State Duma in 1906

none

137.Leader of Kazakh national intellectuals, Alihan Bukeihanov, from 1905 to 1917 was a member of

Cadet party

Bolshevik party

Menshevik party

Alash national party

138.The first newspaper in local language – the "Kazakh" was printed in

Orenburg

Pavlodar

Vernyi

Arkalyk

139.What caused a great protest among Kazakhs during the First World War

an Order of June 25, 1916

military defeats from German army

abolition of Tsar's power in 1917

that Kazakhs were not called to the war

140.The capital of Kazakh ASSR in 1924-29 was

Kyzyl Orda

Orenburg

Almaty

Semipalatinsk

141.What were the results of the New Economic Policy by 1928

economy generally restored after the Civil War

was direct reason for hunger in the Ukraine and Kazakhstan

active restoration of the capitalist system

level of production decreased by 32% comparing to 1922

142.The two major centres of the 1916 year Uprising of the Kazakhs

Turgai and Semirechie oblasts

Orenburg and Akmolinsk oblasts

Syr Daria and Uralsk oblasts

Semiplatinsk and Mangyshlak oblasts

143.What was the reaction of Kazakh population to the fall of the Russian monarchy in the time of the February Revolution of 1917

caused great support

a sense of deep protest

continuing of uprising

a decision to separate from Russia

144.The first secular Kazakh school was opened in

Vernyi

Semipalatinsk,

Orenburg

Akmolinsk

145.What decision did the Soviet government take about the Alash Orda at the end of the Civil War

the Alash party joined the Bolsheviks Party

sentenced 2 of its leaders to death

declared amnesty to them in 1919

send its activists abroad

146.When and where the First all-Kazakh conference (kurultai) was held

In Orenburg, July 1917

In Zhana Semey, June 1917

In Almaty, October 1918

Semey, December 1917

147.Which area was the most attractive for the migration of Russian peasants in 1880-90s

Jetysu

Syr Daria oblast

Akmolinsk oblast

Turgai river valley

148.What was the name of the USSR’s Communist Party until 1952

All-Russia Communist Party of Bolsheviks

Bolshevik Party of Soviet Union

Union’s Communist Party (of Bolsheviks)

Communist Party of Soviet Union (CPSU)

149.Which Five-Year-Plan (pyatiletka) was dedicated to the industry reconstruction after WW II

4th

1st

12th

3rd

150.In 1946-50 the construction of which railroad system was started in Kazakhstan

Trans-Kazakhstan

Turksib

Orenburg - Tashkent

Shymkent - Almaty

151.The freedoms of the Soviet peasants in kolkhozes were limited by the fact that

they had no passports

couldn’t have individual parcels of more than 2 hectars

had to pay extra taxes comparing to workers in cities

were not allowed to enter university

152.The Academy of Sciences of Kazakh SSR was opened in

153.What was the most well-known case of political repression in Kazakh SSR after the World War 2

of medics

of Bekmahanov

of Saidukasov and Hodjanov,

of bourgeois nationalists

154.The biggest ethnic groups forcefully migrated by Stalin into Kazakhstan

Ukrainians, Bashkirs, Latvians

Tatars, Uighurs, Poles, Georgians

Germans, Koreans, Chechens, Poles

Azerbaijani, Belarusians, Dungans, Moldovans

155.Massive use of tanks by the Soviet Army during the World War 2 helped the big growth of

oil extraction in Kazakhstan

import of details from abroad

continuing lend-lease

iron-making on Temirtau, Aktobe and Kyzyl-Orda factories

156.When did the peaceful protest of Aklmola people against the project of German autonomy take place

157.What happened in 1958 in Kazakhstan

Revolt in Tselinograd

Revolt in Temirtau

Nuclear testing in Semipalatinsk

Formation of new Autonomies on the territory of Kazakhstan

158. 1975 in Almaty a controversial “AZ i YA” book was published written by

K. Kadyrbekov

N. Kuhamenov

I. Esenberlin

O. Suleimenov

159.What percentage of the USSR’s scientific discoveries was made in Kazakhstan in 1970s

52%

0.6%

11%

3%

160.Formation of the new big towns in Kazakhstan in 1960s was caused by

demographic policy

development of infrastructure

large centers of mineral resources

migration policy

161.The Semiplatinsk nuclear test-site was located at the borders of Kazakhstan’s three oblasts

Semiplatinsk, East Kazakhstan, Pavlodar

Semipalatinsk, Akmola, Karaganda

Semiplatinsk, Karaganda, Zhetysu

Semipalatinsk, Karaganda, Pavlodar

162.Enterprises received more rights for self-management and more economic responsibility for their results (khozraschyot) in the course of reforms in

163.What were the results of New Economic Policy by 1928

economy had generally restored after the Civil War

was direct reason for hunger in the Ukraine and Kazakhstan

active restoration of capitalist system

level of production decreased by 32% comparing to 1922

164.The two major centres of the Uprising of 1916

Turgai and Semirechie oblasts

Orenburg and Akmolinsk oblasts

Syr Daria and Uralsk oblasts

Semiplatinsk and Mangyshlak oblasts

165.The main decision of the First all-Kazakh conference (Orenburg, July 1917

creation of Kazakh political party

proclamation of independent Kazakh Republic

continuing struggle against Bolsheviks

establishment of Kazakh government and parliament

166.What are the chronological borders of Upper Paleolite

2 million years ago – 12,000 B.C.,

12,000-5,000 B.C.,

40,000-12,000 B.C.,

140,000-40,000 years ago

167.What is Archaim

Archaeological encampment (ńňî˙íęŕ) of Upper Palaeolithic near Shymkent

monument of Bronze Age known as proto-town

one of Saka tribes known from Persian sources

a capital of Kangly tribal union

169.The main difference of Saka age from Andronovo period was

usage of iron

transition to semi-nomadic cattle-breeding

first written sources and knowledge of political events

everything of the 3 mentioned factors

170.What is Tanirkazgan

Name of Saka prince

So called “kurgans of moustache” archaeological culture

Monument of Stone Age in South Kazakhstan

Local archaeological culture of Bronze Age in North Kazakhstan

171.Who was working for 14 years as the Vice-Chairman of SovNarCom of the RSFR (Russian Federation)

T. Ryskulov

A. Bukheykhanov

U. Dzhandosov

A.Baitursynov

172.How many Kazakhstani people were awarded for the feats in the Great Patriotic War the ranks of the “Hero of the Soviet Union”

497 persons

500 persons

397 persons

600 persons

173.How many ethnic Kazakhs were among those who were awarded the ranks of the “Hero of the Soviet Union”

97 Kazakhs

90 Kazakhs

107 Kazakhs

87 Kazakhs

174.At what place were Kazakhstani people among all the Soviet ones awarded for the feats in the Great Patriotic War the ranks of the “Hero of the Soviet Union”

the 5th place

the 2nd place

the 1 st place

the 10 th place

175.When was the first national Kazakh theatre opened

176.When was the first music theater opened in Kazakhstan

in1934

in 1924

in 1926

in 1928

175.When was the first motion pictures (movies) studio opened in Kazakhstan

in 1934

in 1929

in 1932

in 1937

176.The immortal feat of Glorified 316th shooting division formed in Kazakhstan that on November, 16th, 1941 nearby Dubosekovo crushed 18 fighting fascist vehicles and prevented seizure of Moscow was under the command of

the Major General I.V.Panfilov

the Major General I.V.Klochkov

the Major General I.V.Ivanov

the Major General I.V.Rakhimov

177.When did Kazakhstan get over the first billion poods of grain and became of the four “bread makers” of the Soviet Union

in 1956

in 1954

in 1964

in 1965

178. Supreme Council of the Kazakh SSR passed a declaration about the state sovereignty

on 25 October in 1990

on 25 October 1991

on 16 December 1990

on 16 December 1991

179.The new Constitution was accepted at the republican referendum

on 30 August 1995

on 30 August 1991

on 25 October in 1990

on 16 December 1991

180.The right current name of that organization formed in March 1995

the Assembly of Kazakhstani people

the Assembly of Kazakhstani peoples

the Assembly of Kazakh peoples

the Assembly of Kazakh people

181.Akhmola (present Astana) became the capital of Kazakhstan

in 1995

in 1990

in 1991

in 1993

182.Kazakhstan applied for observer status at the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly

in 1999

in 1991

in 1995

in 1993

183.Is Kazakhstan chair at the OSCE in 2010?

Yes

No

Kazakhstan is not OSCE member

Kazakhstan is OSCE member

184. Is Kazakhstan the presidential republic

Yes

No

Kazakhstan is the parliamentary republic

Kazakhstan is not the republic


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