How Well Do You Know WWI?
If you fancy yourself as a bit of a history buff, or if you feel you could do with learning a bit more, this WWI quiz is the one for you. Let's see how well you remember these colossal events!
Did These Events Take Place During WWI or WWII?
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What Happened First? A History Challenge!
The Titanic sunk in 1912 while WWI began in 1914 The Titanic Sinks WWI Begins Which happened first? Disney's Aladdin came out Disney's The Little Mermaid came out Which happened first?
The Great European History Quiz
Whose assassination marked the start of WWI? Archduke Franz Ferdinand Wilfred Owen Wilhelm II Which came first, the French Revolution or the Russian Revolution? The French Revolution The Russian Revolution When did the Berlin Wall fall?
How Much Do You Know About New York City?
The ground wasn't suitable for anything else The city needed a place for the workers to relax It was built after the great depression to lift people's morale It was built to commemorate WWI Which of these was NOT invented in New York?
Famous People Photo Quiz: Can You Identify These?
Woman and children of WWI soldier receive the news of his demise Woman with children during the Great Depression, 1936 An orphanage director in Warsaw with the orphans she still had after WWII, 1947 Mother and children homeless after the great quake of San Francisco, 1906 What is the event depicted in
Can You Beat Our World History Trivia Quiz?
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo on the 28th June 1914 triggered a chain of events that resulted in WWI 1914 1918 1915 1921 Who was the first Western explorer to write about his adventures in China?
Which Famous Author IS It?
Ernest Hemingway fought in WWI and had many strong emotions about war, manhood, weapons and bravery. He frequented Cuba and was a known drinker. Ernest Hemingway F. Scott Fitzgerald Mark Twain Edgar Allan Poe This author invented no less than 1,700 words in the English language we use today.