2016 Free Practice Test 6

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At the time of the Industrial Revolution, working conditions were very poor. Adults and children were often forced to work long hours in dangerous situations.

When did king become a constitutional monarch?

The Act of Union also know as

From _______, newspapers were allowed to operate without a government licence.

When did George I become king of Great Britain and Ireland?

Who developed machinery to make the textile industry more efficient?

What brought new ideas in politics, philosophy and science?

When was Charles Edward Stuart defeated by George II’s army?

When was the act of union passed?

Who succeeded in turning public opinion against the slave trade?

Until the 18th century the UK was mainly agricultural. True or False?

Who introduced ‘shampooing’ the Indian art of head massage to Britain?

Who chose George I, a German, to be king in 1714.

At the time of the Industrial Revolution, Britain’s colonies expanded in Australia, Canada and southern Africa.

______, it became illegal to trade slaves in British ships or from British ports.

Trading and settlements overseas brought Britain into conflict with_____

Who opened the first curry house in Britain?

Where was Charles Edward Stuart defeated by George II’s army?

Identify the TRUE statement regarding Industrial Revolution.

When was the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Created?

Robert Burns was a ________

When was the Enlightenment occurred?

Who was the first prime minister of Great Britain?

When did the Emancipation Act abolish slavery throughout the British Empire?

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