A Long and Illustrious History Test 17

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Complete the sentence: Winston Churchill was voted ______________ in 2002.

Following the restoration, when Charles II realised he could do nothing as per his own will and wish, with which authority did he think of making agreement?

In order to regain control over their lands, whom did the English kings had to fight with during the Middle ages?

During his disputes with the Parliament what category of people did James II arrest?

Patriotism grew in England during the Elizabethan period. What is meant by this?

While advancing through which of the following countries did the German troops defeat the allied forces during 1940?

Which of the following statements is correct?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?

As per the belief of the protestant an individual’s own relationship with God is more important than submitting himself to the authority of the Church.

In the late 18th century Fighting broke out between colonists in North America and British forces. What declaration did the thirteen colonies make in 1776?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?

In 1759 Sake Dean Mahomet was born and also grew up in the Bengal region of India.

What was the name of the first major railway constructed in Britain?

What was William Wilberforce and the other abolitionists successful in turning the slave trade against?

Role of which position phased out after England became a republic?

Which religion did Elizabeth I belong to?

What is known by the free press?

Which is the incident said to have triggered the First world war?

In 1957 West Germany, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Italy formed the European Economic Community (EEC). Which other country was also in that group?

Peace treaty of 1921 effected in ending of Guerrilla war against the British in Ireland. What happened after that in 1922?

While in his late life Henry VIII married Catherine Parr. Who among them died first?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?

The MacDonald clan of Glencoe were massacred.

Who was Cnut (Canute)?

What part of Ireland was under the control of the English during the reign of Henry VII and Henry VIII?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?

The Black Death killed many people in the Pale in Northern Ireland, and, for a certain time, the area controlled by the English became smaller.

In the beginning from which place did the farmers come to Britain?

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