A Long and Illustrious History Test 15

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Which of these statements is NOT true?

Sir Francis Drake was one of the first naval commanders to sail around the world. In one word how do you express the meaning of ‘sail around’ the world?

Which of the following statements is correct?

After England was declared a republic in 1649, what was it called?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?


One of the first books to be printed by William Caxton is ‘The Canterbury Tales’.

With which statement would you describe ‘party politics’ during the reign of William and Mary?

In which key episode of the Second World War is the phrase ‘the Dunkirk spirit’ referred to?

In which year did the British combat troops leave Iraq?

During the 16th century which ideology gained more popularity in England, Scotland and Wales?

What was the name of the son of Mary, the Queen of Scots?

In which year did Clement Attlee get elected as leader of the Labour government?

Where is Sutton Hoo located?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?


The symbol of the House of Lancaster was a red rose whereas White Rose was the symbol of the House of York.

Reign of Queen Victoria was commonly known as ________ .

Why was Henry VIII keen to divorce Catherine of Aragon?

Which calamity destroyed much of London in 1666?

Which of the following statements reflects England’s parliamentary electoral laws during the Middle Ages?

Which of these statements is true?

Which of the following statements is correct?

How was the power of nobility affected during the reign of Henry VII in England?

Approximately, how many years ago did the first farmers come to Britain?

Churchill in one of his famous speeches quoted a statement that is listed below. Identify the correct one.

Following the defeat in the Civil war, what became of Charles I, who refused to reach an agreement with the Parliament?

By what term were the small Scottish farms also known as?

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