Think you know all there is to know about the two World Wars that rocked the 20th Century? Give this quiz a shot, and see if you can work out which of these events took place in the First World War and which ones took place in the Second.
Which war became renowned for its horrific trench warfare?
Which war was called "The War to End All Wars"?
Which war lasted the longest?
Which war's civilian deaths outnumbered its military ones?
In which war did Russia attack Germany?
During which war was Turkey considered to be among the 'Central Powers'?
At the end of which war was the Versailles Treaty signed?
During which war were aircraft first deployed in significant numbers?
Harry Truman was U.S. President for part of which war?
Which war has been called 'The Great Patriotic War'?
In which war did the Battle of the Bulge take place?
During which war were flamethrowers first used?
At the start of which war did the Soviets invade parts of eastern Poland?
Blitzkrieg was a tactic used in which war?
Which war was Operation Barbarossa a key part of?
You'd better run for cover, because your string of incorrect answers has angered many people from both sides of each conflict! Don't panic just yet though, since we're sure you'll be able to redeem yourself by going over your answers and giving it another go later on. In the words of Winston Churchill, "never, never, never give up!"
Nice job! Even though you didn't actually answer every question correctly, you managed to prove to us that your knowledge of both World Wars is well above that of the average American. Keep it up! In the words of Harry S. Truman, "there is nothing new in the world except the history you do not know."
What an incredibly impressive result! You clearly aren't the sort of person who gets their facts mixed up, particularly when it comes to your knowledge of both World Wars. Give yourself a pat on the back, you've earned it! In the words of Winston Churchill, "true genius resides in the capacity for evaluation of uncertain, hazardous, and conflicting information."