Normal World History Quiz

 

1 - Approximatively how many people were killed in Europe by the Black Death pandemic in the 14th century?

2 - In 1901, US President William McKinley was fatally shot by Leon Czolgosz. What kind of political extremist was Czolgosz?

3 - Who was this African Ruler?

4 - Who formed the first Roman Triumvirate?

5 - Which of these countries lost the least men in WW1?

6 - How many women do most experts agree Jack the Ripper killed?

7 - Which of these nations had an army in excess of 1 million men in the 70s?

8 - The Seven Weeks War was between which countries?

9 - Which Egyptian Pharao tried to impose a monotheistic religion?

10 - What Russian city was established in the 1860s after Russia's annexation of Chinese territory along the Sea of Japan?

11 - Approximately what percentage of Hohenzollern Kings of Prussia or Germany were named 'Frederick', 'Wilhelm', or the combination 'Frederick Wilhelm'?

12 - What was the title of the leader of the Genoan Republic?

13 - What is the date of Charlemagne's coronation?

14 - Who lost a battle in England on the 25th September 1066?

15 - Which of the following is NOT considered an American objective in the War of 1812?

16 - All three times Mexico has been invaded from the sea (by the Spanish, by the Americans, and by the French), the invaders have landed at virtually the same location. Which modern Mexican city does that location correspond with?

17 - Which of those US constitutional amendments protects voting rights?

18 - What was the only non-western country to participate to the Berlin Congress of 1885?

19 - After the emperor of China, Pu Yi , was captured by the communist, what occupation did he take?

20 - Which American Civil War battle had the highest number of casualties?

 

  

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