Take a break from your daily routine and answer these 15 history questions

Take a break from your daily routine and answer these 15 history questions
Take a break from your daily routine and answer these 15 history questions

Take a break from your daily routine and answer these 15 history questions. Show everyone that no one beats you at history. Are you ready? Let’s play!

Take a break from your daily routine and answer these 15 history questions


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  • Question of

    Francisco Pizarro was ___.

    • The Conqueror of Peru
    • The Conqueror of Colombia
    • The Conqueror of Venezuela
  • Question of

    Matoaka is the real name of___.

    • Geronimo Apache
    • Pocahontas
    • Joseph de los Nez Perce
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    He was the last and most powerful warlord of the Huns.

    • Aquila
    • Natila
    • Attila
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    One of the reasons why the proclamation of the Second Spanish Republic materialized was to have allowed the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera.

    • True
    • False, it was the death of Alfonso XIII de Borbón.
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    It symbolizes the end of the Old Regime and the beginning of the French Revolution.

    • The burning of the Aranjuez Prison.
    • The taking of the Bastille.
  • Question of

    Settlements where black slaves who rebelled or escaped from their life of slavery took refuge.

    • Cumbe
    • Quilombo
    • Both options are valid.
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    The goddess Minerva was also known as Athena.

    • True
    • False
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    Hades the guardian of the underworld, the lord of the underworld kingdom, the king of the dead, his other name is Pluto.

    • True
    • False
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    In 2006, for the first time a woman, Michelle Bachelet occupied the Palacio de La Moneda.

    • True
    • False, by the year 2000 there was another woman president.
  • Question of

    In 2001, the complete decoding of human DNA was announced by the Genome Project.

    • True
    • False
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    Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi, in what year did they win the Nobel Peace Prize?

    • 2012
    • 2010
    • 2014
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    The equitable distribution of land was the goal of the Civil War in the United States.

    • True.
    • False, it was the union of the United States and the abolition of slavery.
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    Nicolas Copernicus was burned to death at a stake.

    • True.
    • False, he died of a stroke.
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    The Marseillaise is___.

    • a palace ordered to be built by Louis XIV.
    • the national anthem of France.
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    Khmer Rouge is the name by which a Cambodian guerrilla organization was known.

    • True
    • False

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