Quiz: Can You Name ALL These Historical Figures By Just An Image & A Hint?

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Can you name them all?

How many of these historical icons can you name by just an image and a hint? Most people can't name more than 50%!

 Feb 28, 2020

1 of 50She was Queen of France who is quoted as saying, "Let them eat cake."

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Queen Victoria
Marie Antoinette
Erin Andrews

2 of 50She was the Princess of Wales who died in a tragic car crash.

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Grace Kelly
Frida Kahlo
Princess Diana

3 of 50He was the first president of the United States.

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George Washington
Herbert Clark Hoover
Calvin Coolidge

4 of 50She helped slaved escape via the Underground Railroad.

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Princess Diana
Wanda Sykes
Harriet Tubman

5 of 50She was Prime Minister of the UK and known as the Iron Lady.

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Meryl Streep
Martha Washington
Margaret Thatcher

6 of 50He represented VA in the Continental Congress that adopted the Declaration.

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Theodore Roosevelt
William Howard Taft
Thomas Jefferson

7 of 50She was a scientist and the first woman to win a Nobel Prize.

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Marie Curie
Rachel Green
Amy Adams

8 of 50She was a famous actress who had an affair with JFK.

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Ingrid Bergman
Audrey Hepburn
Marilyn Monroe

9 of 50He was a country singer with a bass-baritone voice.

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Neil Armstrong
Lyndon B. Johnson
Johnny Cash

10 of 50She was a famous fashion designer who made little black dresses.

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Patricia Lee
Kelly Ly
Coco Chanel

11 of 50She was a Catholic missionary known for working with sick children.

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Joan of Arc
Christie Brinkley
Mother Theresa

12 of 50He was a popular Motown singer who was also blind.

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Dick Van Dyke
George Takei
Stevie Wonder

13 of 50She.was a Swedish actress known for starring in Casablanca.

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Ingrid Bergman
Denise Richards
Eva Longoria

14 of 50She was a Lemhi Shoshone woman who helped Lewis and Clark.

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Princess Diana
Sacagawea
Joan of Arc

15 of 50He was married to a First Lady named Abigail.

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John Adams
Warren Gamaliel Harding
Woodrow Wilson

16 of 50She was a leader of the feminist movement in the 60s.

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Lisa Lopez
Gloria Steinem
Sarah Schwartz

17 of 50She was a famous actress known for starring in Breakfast at Tiffany's.

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Ingrid Bergman
Audrey Hepburn
Sophia Loren

18 of 50He is hailed as the "Father of the Constitution".

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Grover Cleveland
James Madison
William McKinley

19 of 50She was an actress and the Princess of Monaco.

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Ava Gardner
Grace Kelly
Tricia Alton

20 of 50She was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.

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Sally Ride
Portia de Rossi
Amelia Earhart

21 of 50She was an American jazz singer.

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Billie Holiday
Beyonce
Selena

22 of 50She was First Lady during FDR's presidency.

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Alice Paul
Eleanor Roosevelt
Jeannette Rankin

23 of 50She was a famous child actress.

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Miley Cyrus
Shirley Temple
Annie Hall

24 of 50His face is depicted on Mount Rushmore.

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Zachary Taylor
Theodore Roosevelt
Millard Fillmore

25 of 50She wrote a diary about hiding from the Nazis during the Holocaust.

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Anne Frank
Giada de Laurentiis
Helen Keller

26 of 50He pioneered the soul music genre during the 1950s.

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Michael Caine
Ray Charles
Andy Griffith

27 of 50She was a French actress, singer, dancer, and model in the 60s.

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Jackie Kennedy
Twiggy
Brigitte Bardot

28 of 50She was the first American woman in space in 1983.

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Sally Ride
Carly Fiorina
Betty Ford

29 of 50She was a British model and icon in the 60s.

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Brigitte Bardot
Twiggy
Elizabeth Taylor

30 of 50He is known for his his New Deal agenda.

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Donald John Trump
Barack Hussein Obama
Franklin Delano Roosevelt

31 of 50She was an actress known for starring in Rosemary's Baby.

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Sophia Loren
Mia Farrow
Natalie Wood

32 of 50He issued the Emancipation Proclamation that abolished slavery.

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George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
John Adams

33 of 50They were Motown's most successful musical group.

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Barbra Streisand
Brigitte Bardot
The Supremes

34 of 50He was assassinated while in the car with his wife, Jackie-O.

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James Earl Carter, Jr.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Gerald Rudolph Ford

35 of 50He was a famous musician known as Ol' Blue Eyes.

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Frank Sinatra
Frankie Avalon
George Peppard

36 of 50He is often referred to by his 3 initials.

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Lyndon Baines Johnson
Ronald Wilson Raegan
Richard Milhous Nixon

37 of 50He was the King of Rock and Roll.

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Elvis Presley
Nelson Mandela
Fidel Castro

38 of 50He was one of the most influential electric guitarists in rock music.

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George Peppard
Jimi Hendrix
Frankie Avalon

39 of 50He was involved in the Watergate Scandal.

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Richard Milhous Nixon
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Dwight David Eisenhower

40 of 50They were a popular rock back formed in California.

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Andy Griffith
Michael Caine
The Beach Boys

41 of 50He was a singer known for the song Blowin' in the Wind.

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Dick Van Dyke
Bob Dylan
George Takei

42 of 50He served as both vice president and president without being elected.

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Gerald Rudolph Ford
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Harry S. Truman

43 of 50He was President of South Africa.

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Frank Sinatra
Stevie Wonder
Nelson Mandela

44 of 50He was the first person to walk on the Moon.

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The Beatles
Neil Armstrong
Van Morrison

45 of 50He used to be a peanut farmer.

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John F. Kennedy
Harry S. Truman
James Earl Carter, Jr.

46 of 50She was an Italian actress and singer.

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Sophia Loren
Cher
Tippi Hedren

47 of 50They were an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 1960.

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Lyndon B. Johnson
Neil Armstrong
The Beatles

48 of 50He was an actor, comedian, singer and producer with his own TV show.

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Dick Van Dyke
Frank Sinatra
Stevie Wonder

49 of 50He used to be a famous actor.

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Ronald Wilson Reagan
George Herbert Walker Bush
James Earl Carter, Jr.

50 of 50She was First Lady during JFK's presidency.

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Hilary Clinton
Jackie Kennedy
Meryl Streep
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