A Long and Illustrious History Test 6

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In which year of the reign of Charles II was there a major outbreak of plague?

What was the name of the only surviving child from the marriage of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon?

When did the UK join the EEC?

After his death in 1965 Churchill was afforded which honour?

George and Robert Stephenson are famous for pioneering what?

In what way was Elizabeth I skilled at managing Parliament?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?


England has never had a Danish king.

What were the Crusades?

At what age did Queen Victoria become queen of the UK?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?


William Shakespeare’s plays and poems are still popular today.

Who was Samuel Pepys?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?


Hadrian's Wall is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The English Parliament during the reign of Charles I contained many Puritans. What did the Puritans believe in?

Which statement best describes the gentry?

What is Maiden Castle in Dorset an example of?

Which of these statements about Margaret Thatcher is NOT true?

Which English king led his army to victory at the Battle of Agincourt?

Which of these statements is true?

Which post-war Conservative Prime Minister was responsible for the wind of change speech about decolonisation and independence for the British Empire?

During the reign of Charles II, in 1665, there was a major outbreak of what?

What were the consequences of the Black Death in Britain?

In what way were Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard related?

Who succeeded Oliver Cromwell as Lord Protector following his death in 1658?

Which of these statements about the Crimean War is correct?

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