A Long and Illustrious History Test 16

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On which sector of the economy around 2/3rd of Irish population survived during the 19th century?

Who were the Picts?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?


The Industrial Revolution inspired people to move from the countryside to the towns to work in mining and manufacturing sectors.

Complete the sentence with one of the following options: Sir Isaac Newton discovered that white light is made up of ___________ .

What happened to the last of the Welsh rebellions by the middle of the 15th century?

Industrial revolution in which of the following sectors were the cause of rapid growth during the 18th and 19th centuries.

How was the reaction of the Scots against the massacre of the MacDonald Clan of Glencoe.

Henry Tudor who was the leader of the House of Lancaster also defeated Richard III. Title of which King Henry was conferred to him?

What was the estimated figure of casualties suffered by Britain during World war-I?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?


It is commonly known that the development of the present day English language was influenced by the Norman French.

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?


Battle of Culloden was won by Bonnie Prince Charlie who reclaimed the throne back from George II.

Complete the following statement: Margaret Thatcher was the daughter of a ____.

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?


In reference to the tradition and previous decisions England’s system of ‘common law’ was established during the Middle Ages.

Some relatives of James II were strictly Protestants. Who were they?

What was the area known as, near Dublin in Ireland that was ruled by the English during 1200 ?

Which of the following statements is correct?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?


Catherine of Aragon was a French princess.

What typical kind of disputes occurred out of overseas trading and settlements during the 19th century?

Where in England did Florence Nightingale establish the Nightingale School for Nurses in 1860?

World Wide Web was invented by Briton Sir Tim Berners-Lee and the first information via the Web was successfully transferred on 25th December 1990.

An attempt was made by Charles-I to impose a revised Prayer Book onto the Presbyterian Church in Scotland. What was the effect of that?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?


As a replacement of the freed labours after abolition of slavery nearly two million Chinese and Indian workers were employed.

The UK is a part of the UN-mandated 50-nation ISAF coalition operating on the invitation of the Afghan government. What is the full form of ISAF?

Which of the following statements about Conservative politician Richard Austen Butler is not true?

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