How Much Do You Know About the American Revolution?
1760 1685 1705 1775 What was the American army known as? Continental Army National Army Axis Army Allied Army Which of these was NOT one of the 13 colonies fighting the British? New York South Carolina California Rhode Island The American Commander in Chief Was...
If You Love History, Then You Need to Try This Quiz!
Brazil Spain France The Dutch Republic What was the American Colonial army called? Continental Army Western Army Freedom Army Colonial Army When was the Declaration of Independence signed? 1776 1780 1801 1771 The taxation of which good caused the start of the colonial unrest?
How Much Basic Archeology Do You Know?
It helped experts decipher Egyptian hieroglyphs It is the oldest known written record It describes the daily life of the citizens of Pompeii It was the first time the world discovered Egyptian hieroglyphs The Terracotta Army is...
How Do These Countries Rank?
Syria Iran Israel North Korea As of 2018, which country has the most powerful army according to the World Military Power Index?
What Do You Know About World War II?
Attacking with a combination of speed and overwhelming force Convert the population ahead of the army and sabotage from within Draw out battles to exhust the enemy Intimidate the enemy into a surrender by amassing huge forces on its border What two countries were already involved in a military conflict
How Well Do You Know WWI?
The Great War Kaiser’s War The War of Verdun depositphotos.com What was the area located between opposing armies’ trenches known as? No man's land is technically used to describe disputed regions that are unoccupied for lack of safety.
Famous People Photo Quiz: Can You Identify These?
US Army preparing to invade Kuwait, 1991 Allied forces storm Normandy, France, 1944 The largest German naval test before WWII began, 1937 manhhai manhhai What is the event depicted in this photo?
How Much History Do You Know About the Cold War?
The Red Army The Soviet Army The Communists Marx's Spear Depositphotos What was the Marshall Plan? An economic stimulus package for Western European Allies. An anti-USSR military action plan. A plan to financially support all communist fighting allies. A plan to get the USA to the Moon first.
Can You Define These Archaic Words?
days To hit someone so hard they lose consciousness Going on a stroll while smoking a pipe Going on a boat ride in a lake Hiking in the countryside Taunting a woman you are interested in To render something apart To hit the ground in a powerful collision To go in search of treasure To enlist in the army
Can You Tell The True From the False?
Army The M-16, an American rifle, is considered the most popular Assault rifle in the world That title actually goes to the Russian AK-47, made in 1947, due to its low cost and high accuracy False True The first computer to beat a chess champion was called "Deep Blue" Deep Blue won its first game against
Can You Beat This General Geography Quiz?
The Terra Cotta Army The Hanging Gardens The Pyramid of Giza Tomb of Agamemnon Try Again World geography may not be your strong suit, or you might have just forgotten what they used to teach you at school.
Where Are These Famous Artworks?
Florence Venice Rome Milan Where can one find the Terracotta army, found hidden in a cave? China South Korea Japan Mongolia This building was designed by famous architect Gaudi. What European city is it in?
Can You Ace Our Elvis Presley Trivia Quiz?
The classic song topped the chart on Nov. 1, 1969 Return to Sender Suspicious Minds Burning Love In the Ghetto When did Elvis join the army?
Know You the History of Clothes?
To differentiate them from the red uniforms of the army's soldiers.
Are You a Nice Person?
Army Hike Path What word comes to mind when you hear the word "feeling"? Emotion Internal Personal What word comes to mind when you hear the word "coffee"? Morning Alertness Milk What word comes to mind when you hear the word "week"?
Can We Test Your Knowledge of Ancient Greece?
Saluting in the army Shaking hands A thumbs up Giving the finger In ancient Greece, once a politician was democratically elected, they could never be "fired".
What Kind of Dog Would You Be?
Actor Nurse Join the army I'd rather not work An assistant Start a business Work with kids Pro athlete Poodle Share Result Saint Bernard Share Result Chihuahua Share Result Boston Terrier Share Result Maltese Share Result Pit Bull Share Result Golden Retriever Share Result Pomeranian Share Result Share
The Bunny Quiz
Napoleon was once attacked by an "army" of rabbits and had to flee True, his generals released too many rabbits on a hunt and the rabbits turned on them all Myth, this is a common legend invented in France in the early 20th century Why are rabbits connected to Easter traditions?
What Do You Know About the Vietnam War?
The USSR supplied the Viet Cong army throughout the war. USSR China North Korea Pakistan In what year did the US begin ground operations in Vietnam?
How Well Do You Know the Beatles?
Strawberry Field was a Salvation Army children's home in Woolton. Which Beatle was born near a Strawberry Field? John Paul George Ringo Who was The Beatles’ manager? Brian Epstein was The Beatles’ manager from 1961 until his death, aged just 32, in 1967.
Can You Complete These Classic Movie Quotes?
the lunatics running this army!" your own men!" When Harry Met Sally: "I'll have what... she's having." he's having." they're having." the special." Jaws: "You're gonna need... a bigger boat." to learn to float." a bigger gun." another boat."
Which Invention Came First?
The first touch screen was invented in the army in 1965, and the first digital music player was invented in 1979 and could hold 3 and a half minutes of music.
Can You Pick the Movie From the Description?
Army officer serving in Vietnam is tasked with assassinating a renegade Special Forces Colonel who sees himself as a god.
Do You Know These Famous Rulers?
However, he managed to escape and raise another army. Napoleon Bonaparte Alexander the Great Attila the Hun Genghis Khan This English king had 6 wives. Henry VIII Henry VI Richard III Richard II This conqueror is credited for spreading Greek philosophy and science to the Eastern countries.