A Long and Illustrious History Test 2

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Fill the gap with correct year. Habeas Corpus Act became a law in the year _____

Name the cathedral of London that was destroyed by fire in 1666 and redesigned and rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren?

Who was the evangelical Christian and MP at the same time helped to change the laws on slavery?

Which statement describes best about the book The Domesday Book?

Was it true that King James Version was the first English translator of the Bible.

State which of these statements are NOT true regarding the Irish potato famine.

Why is it said that the free trade reforms of the Victorian period helped the British industry?

Name the disease that Alexander Fleming was studying when he discovered Penicillin.

What were the parts of the England's Parliament called that were established due to the increase in the number of attendants?

Henry VII married Anne of Cleves. Why?

Was it true that the grandson of James II, Bonnie Prince Charlie took the support of the Highland clans to raise an army and fight George II.

Name the year in which Irish Free State became a republic

Union Jack has another name, the Union Flag. Is this True or Flase ?

Who introduced a system called feudalism to Britain?

When did the battle of bannockburn take place ?

Name the document that was revised by Charles I , because he wanted the worship of the Church of England to more ceremony?

Name the Scottish poet who was known as "The Bard".

Concorde the first supersonic aircraft that flew in 1969, started carrying passengers in 1976 and was retired from service in which year?

Who kept Mary the Queen of Scots as prisoner for 20 years suspecting that she wanted the throne ?

Which is the best statement that reflects the electoral laws of the England's Parliament during the Middle Ages.

The people of the bronze age buried their dead bodies in ________

Identify the Statement that describes best about NHS.

Name the idea that was formed during the 18th century period and remains an important principle in UK now.

In which part of the UK was pioneering Doctor Alexander Fleming born in 1881?