2016 Free Practice Test 9

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Who the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1945 for his discovery of penicillin

When did the Battle of Britain happen?

When was Alexander Fleming born?

Who felt that the conditions imposed on Germany after the First World War were unfair?

By 1940, Germany had occupied Austria, invaded Czechoslovakia and Poland, and taken control of Belgium and the Netherlands.

When did the United States drop atom bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki?

Who discovered Penicillin?

Whose planes attacked the United States Naval Base at Pearl Harbor in World War 2?

Who promised to introduce the welfare state outlined in the Beveridge Report?

Despite winning the war, the UK was exhausted economically and people wanted change.

When did Allies finally defeat Germany?

The war against Japan ended in _________

Who was the prime minister of England during WW2?

_______ is still used today to describe Britons pulling together in the face of adversity.

Who was set up the National Health Service (NHS)?

What year did D-Day happen?

The Japanese defeated the British in Singapore and then occupied Burma, threatening India.

In 1945 the British people elected a Labour government.

Alexander Fleming was born in ________

When did Alexander Fleming win the Nobel Prize?

Penicillin is still used to treat bacterial infections today.

When did the United States enter World War 2?

Who invaded Poland in 1939?

When did Hitler attempt to invade the Soviet Union?

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