A Long and Illustrious History Test 7

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Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?

Protestants believed that a person’s own relationship with God was more important than submitting to the authority of the Church.

The languages of the Jutes, Angles and Saxons formed which language?

What did the missionaries teach the Anglo-Saxons?

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During the Middle Ages, some of the important lords in Ireland accepted the authority of the English king.

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James II favoured Roman Catholics and appointed some of them as army officers, even though an Act of Parliament had forbidden this.

Which King of England was killed at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485?

The Victoria Cross was first awarded during the Crimean War. What does it honour?

Which of these countries was part of the British Empire during Victoria’s reign?

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At the beginning of the Middle Ages, England ruled Ireland.

The official title of the famous Beveridge Report of 1942 was what?

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Protestantism gained strength in Ireland without resistance during the 16th century.

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The Normans successfully invaded Scotland.

Who were the Jutes, Angles and Saxons?

Who led the Scottish in their defeat of the English at the Battle of Bannockburn?

The Middle Ages saw an increase in the building of which types of structure?

Henry VII was the first king of the House of what?

Which of the following statements is true?

In which year was Charles II invited back to England to become king?

William, Duke of Normandy, is known as what?

The post-war Labour government promised to introduce the welfare state, which had been outlined in which report?

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Catherine Parr was a widow when she married Henry VIII.

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Following the defeat of James II at the Battle of the Boyne, many restrictions were placed on the Protestant Church and Irish Protestants were unable to take part in government.

After the Act of Union, Scotland was no longer an independent country. In what ways was it still separate from the rest of Great Britain?

After the Wars of the Roses, what was the symbol of the House of Tudor, which had a white rose inside it to show that the Houses of York and Lancaster were now allies?