Quiz: If You Can Get 10/15 On This Test, You Must Be A History Professor

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Prove your world history chops!

Are you a history genius? Prove you are up-to-date with this quiz on all the major U.S. and world events!

 Aug 02, 2017
1 of 15Pick your answer!
What was the first ever continent, also known as a supercontinent?
Pangaea
North America
England
2 of 15Pick your answer!
Where is it believed the first humans lived?
Africa
Antarctica
New York City
3 of 15Pick your answer!
Two philosophers from Ancient Greece were...
Plato and Socrates
Pam and Sebastian
Peter and Samuel
4 of 15Pick your answer!
Julius Caesar was the leader of the _______ Republic.
Transatlantic
African
Roman
5 of 15Pick your answer!
Medieval Europe operated under this form of government:
Feudalism
Democracy
Communism
6 of 15Pick your answer!
What were the names of Christopher Columbus' ships the first time he sailed to America?
Niña, Pinta and Santa Maria
Black Pearl, Queen Anne's Revenge and HMS Interceptor
Rhonda and Jennifer
7 of 15Pick your answer!
Who painted the Sistine Chapel ceiling during the Renaissance period?
Leonardo DiCaprio
Thomas Edison
Michelangelo
8 of 15Pick your answer!
William Shakespeare was an Elizabethan era poet and playwright from which country?
China
England
India
9 of 15Pick your answer!
The United States won independence from England after fighting this war:
American Revolutionary War
Cross-Ocean War
World War I
10 of 15Pick your answer!
Who was a leader of the French Revolution known for his short stature?
Napoleon Bonaparte
Napoleon Dynamite
Jean Claude Van Damme
11 of 15Pick your answer!
The secret routes Harriet Tubman used to help free slaves before the American Civil War was called...
The Subway
The Freedom Train
The Underground Railroad
12 of 15Pick your answer!
The _______ was the largest ship afloat before it tragically hit an iceberg and sunk during its maiden voyage.
U.S.S. Constitution
HMS Victory
Titanic
13 of 15Pick your answer!
World War I began after the assassination of which leader?
President Abraham Lincoln of the United States
Prime Minister Winston Churchill of the United Kingdom
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria
14 of 15Pick your answer!
What were the two opposing sides during World War II?
Allies and Axis
Left and Right
North and South
15 of 15Pick your answer!
Who was the first man to set foot on the moon?
John Glenn
Neil Armstrong
Buzz Aldrin
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