Almost no one can answer question no. 9 in this history quiz. And we thought it’s the easiest one

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Almost no one can answer question no. 9 in this history quiz. Universal history still makes many people shiver. Are you too one of the heap? Take the plunge in this history quiz and find out your score.

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Almost no one can answer question no. 9 in this history quiz. And we thought it’s the easiest one

  • A simple one.. What year did World War I come to an end?

    • 1945
    • 1916
    • 1920
    • 1918
  • In what country was born Adolf Hitler?

    • Switzerland
    • Austria
    • Germany
    • Czechoslovakia
  • Waterloo is the place where Napoleon was finally defeated by British and Prussian coalition in 1815. In what modern day country?

    • Germany
    • Belgium
    • Great Britain
    • Netherlands
  • One from the war in the Pacific… Which American general in WWII pronounced the famous phrase “I shall return” during his escape from a Philippines island surrounded by the Japanese?

    • George Patton
    • Dwight Einsenhower
    • Douglas MacArthur
    • Chester Nimitz
  • Back to Middle Ages… The Black Death, also konwn as the Great Plague, started to kill Europeans in what year?

    • 1289
    • 1325
    • 1347
    • 1426
  • The first successful printing press in history was invented by whom?

    • Johannes Gutenberg
    • Giambattista Bodoni
    • Lodewijk Elzevir
    • Aldus Manuzio
  • Which army provoked the fall of Byzantium with the capture of Constantinople in 1453?

    • The Russians
    • The Persians
    • The Arabs
    • The Ottomans
  • Which Roman emperor built a giant wall across Northern England?

    • Hadrian
    • Tiberius
    • Vespasian
    • Trajan
  • Who was the European explorer first arrived in China?

    • Vasco da Gama
    • Niccolò Polo
    • Gaspar da Cruz
    • Jan Huyghen van Linschoten
  • Back to 20th century… Who was the leader that launched the Cultural Revolution in China (1966-1976)?

    • Sun Yat-sen
    • Chiang Kai-shek
    • Mao Zedong
    • Li Zongren
  • The so-called Silk Route was a series of trade roads that for centuries connected which points?

    • Arabia to Russia
    • Turkey to Spain
    • China to Europe
    • Ehiopia to Greece
  • Which army won the famous Battle of Agincourt (1415) during the Hundred Years War?

    • The French
    • The Flemish
    • The Germans
    • The English
  • What was the first country in the world that granted women the right to vote?

    • New Zealand
    • Great Britain
    • Sweden
    • United States
  • Woman power… Who was the first woman to run for President in U.S. history?

    • Elizabeth Cady Stanton
    • Emmeline Pankhurst
    • Victoria Woodhull
    • Millicent Garrett Fawcett
  • Which is the oldest university in the Americas?

    • Yale University
    • The National University of Mexico
    • Harvard University
    • Córdoba (Argentina)


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