A Long and Illustrious History Test 11

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How many children did Elizabeth I have?

The English government during the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I encouraged the Scottish and English Protestants to settle in Ireland. Which was the area where they were allowed for settlement?

Where was William Shakespeare born?

In his famous work of Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica what did Sir Isaac Newton show that is applied to the whole of the Universe?

A ‘cradle to grave’ system was introduced for the protection and welfare of the people of the UK after the war was over. What was this system known as?

Where in London is Boudicca’s statue situated?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?


The people of the North united together to face the threat of the Viking attacks which resulted in the formation of Scotland.

Which of the following statements is correct?

What are the three different parts of the Parliament of Scotland known as?

Was King Henry I on the throne during the time of the Magna Carta?

Who were the parents of Elizabeth-I?

Which of these statements is true?

What structures out of the following are seen at Housesteads and Vindolanda?

Approximately, how many years ago did Britain become separate from the main continent?

Which principle did Charles I believed in, and what method did he apply for ruling in line with, the principle?

During the reign of Queen Victoria which of the following countries was part of the British Empire?

What was the main reason because of which immigration fell down drastically during the 1960s?

Between which period did the Boer War take place?

What were the group of people mainly from Scotland, termed as, who extended support to James-II even after his exile?

When did Churchill finally stand down from the position of an MP?

During which year did Sir Winston Churchill become the Prime Minister of Britain and an inspirational war leader at the same time?

What kind of information does the Domesday Book contain?

British scientists Sir Ian Wilmut and Keith Campbell successfully cloned a mammal in 1996. What was this mammal called?

What was the other name by which Mary Stuart, the queen of Scotland was also known as?

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