A Long and Illustrious History Test 5

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British army was eventually defeated by the North American colonists. In which year did Britain recognise these colonies?

In which year was Margaret Thatcher first elected as Conservative MP?

Which Battle does the Bayeux Tapestry commemorate?

Which of these statements is true?

Which of the following countries were not on the allies side during the Second World War?

Who was elected Prime Minister in May 2010?

Fill the gap with appropriate choice from the following. The prehistoric village of Skara Brae is situated in _____________.

William, Duke of Normandy lost his life in the Battle of Hastings.

Since how long were the Romans remained in Britain?

Nearly 28,000 Indian origin deportees from which country Britain admitted during 1970?

From the given list of statements, identify the two factors that contributed to the emergence of a strong middle class in Britain.

Which statement out of the following do you think about early 20th century Britain is NOT true?

Elizabeth-I was born to __________

The religious reforms of the Church of England that was introduced by Charles I, were agreed upon by the Puritans.

Duke of Wellington defeated Napoleon in 1815 which brought an end to the French Wars. Which of the following wars was that?

What is the name of the modern political party which is sometimes referred by the name Tories?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?


Kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon communities were widespread in Wales and Scotland.

Which of the following statements is true about Anne Boleyn?

Since which year did The Bill of Rights come into effect?

What does it mean by Magna Carta?

In what way the balance of power between monarch and Parliament altered by the Bill of Rights?

What is the term used for defining voting rights of every adult male and female?

What was the name of the horrific battle of 1916 that had casualties over 60,000 British soldiers on the very first day?

A monastery on the Isle of Skye was founded by St Columba.

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