Quiz: Do You Remember All These Events That Happened In The 50s, 60s & 70s?

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How well do you know about​ past events and people? Can you remember all of these historical events and people?

 Mar 10, 2020

1 of 30In 1950...

The _______ War began when one Communist country invaded it's bordering neighbor.

2 of 30In 1951...

Disney's animated film _____ featuring the Cheshire Cat was released in 1951.
Beauty and the Beast
Alice in Wonderland

3 of 30In 1952...

The English version of _____'s "The Diary of a Young Girl" was published in 1952.
Helen Keller
Shirley Temple
Anne Frank

4 of 30In 1953...

Which royal was coronated as Britain's head of state in 1953?
Queen Elizabeth II
Marie Antoinette
Princess Diana

5 of 30In 1954...

Which landmark Supreme Court case ended racial segregation in public schools in 1954?
Loving v. Virginia
Brown v. Board of Education
Roe v. Wade

6 of 30In 1955...

Which American civil rights leader refused to give up her seat in 1955?
Maya Angelou
Harriet Tubman
Rosa Parks

7 of 30In 1956...

Which actress married Prince Ranier of Monaco in 1956?
Marilyn Monroe
Audrey Hepburn
Grace Kelly

8 of 30In 1957...

What was the name of Russia's first artificial satellite that was launched in 1957?
Putin I
Sputnik 1
Vladmir I

9 of 30In 1958...

Which popular entertainer known as the King of Rock and Roll was inducted into the US army in 1958?
Elvis Presley
Paul McCartney
Johnny Cash

10 of 30In 1959...

Which Communist leader came to power after the Cuban Revolution in 1959?
Adolf Hitler
Benito Mussolini
Fidel Castro

11 of 30In 1960...

Who did John F. Kennedy defeat in the US Presidential election in 1960?
Richard Nixon
Bill Clinton
Abraham Lincoln

12 of 30In 1961...

Construction of what divisive German landmark began in 1961?
Berlin Wall
Hohenschwangau Castle

13 of 30In 1962...

The _____ involved a stand-off between the U.S. and the USSR that nearly ended in nuclear war in 1962.
Vietnam War
Revolutionary War
Cuban Missile Crisis

14 of 30In 1963...

U.S. President _____ was assassinated in 1963.
Gerald Ford
Ronald Reagan
John F. Kennedy

15 of 30In 1964...

Which South African leader was sentenced to life in prison in 1964?
Nelson Mandela
Mahatma Gandhi
Martin Luther King Jr.

16 of 30In 1965...

The Voting Rights Act, guaranteeing _____ the right to vote became law in 1965.
African Americans

17 of 30In 1966...

The black liberation political organization _____ was formed in 1966.
Brown Bears
Black Panthers
White Tigers

18 of 30In 1967...

In 1967, what band released an album entitled Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band?
The Rolling Stones
The Beatles

19 of 30In 1968...

Civil Rights leader _____ was assassinated in 1968.
Malcom X
Rosa Parks
Martin Luther King Jr.

20 of 30In 1969...

Who become the first man to set foot on the moon in 1969?
Neil Armstrong
Buzz Lightyear
Sally Ride

21 of 30In 1970...

In 1970, what space mission to the moon was abandoned after mechanical issues?
Apollo 13
Jupiter 1
Neptune 9

22 of 30In 1971...

The voting age in the US was lowered to _____ in 1971 when the 26th Amendment was added to the US Constitution.

23 of 30In 1972...

In 1972, White House operatives were arrested for burglarizing DNC offices during Nixon's presidency, which became known as _____.
The Seventies Scandal
The Snowden Scandal
The Watergate Scandal

24 of 30In 1973...

What was the name of the 1973 Supreme Court case that declared abortion to be a constitutional right?
Loving vs. Virginia
Moms v. America
Roe v. Wade

25 of 30In 1974...

The Sears Tower in what U.S. city became the world's tallest building in 1974?
Kansas City, Missouri
Chicago, Illinois
Cleveland, Ohio

26 of 30In 1975...

What war ended in 1975?
World War II
World War I
Vietnam War

27 of 30In 1976...

What computer company was formed by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in 1976?

28 of 30In 1977...

The first _____ film written and directed by George Lucas premiered in 1977.
Star Wars
Lord of the Rings
Harry Potter

29 of 30In 1978...

The musical _____ starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John premiered in 1978.

30 of 30In 1979...

What woman was first elected Prime Minister in the United Kingdom in 1979?
Hillary Clinton
Nancy Pelosi
Margaret Thatcher
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