Quiz: Only Teachers Have Passed This 22 Question History Test. Can You?

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"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."

If you're a history major or simply a lover of past events, then you'll definitely do well on this quiz!

 Mar 10, 2018
1 of 22Choose one!
Which country gifted the Statue of Liberty to the USA?
France
Great Britain
Spain
2 of 22Choose one!
Which American President held "fireside chats"?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
Bill Clinton
3 of 22Choose one!
What does the word "Renaissance" mean?
Love
Rebirth
Love
4 of 22Choose one!
Who said "Give me liberty or give me death?"
Thomas Edison
Andrew Jackson
Patrick Henry
5 of 22Choose one!
Which English king was known for beheading his ex-wives?
King Arthur
Henry VIII
George IV
6 of 22Choose one!
What is the name of the book Adolf Hitler wrote while imprisoned?
Weltherrschaft
Mein Kampf
95 Theses
7 of 22Choose one!
John F. Kennedy was assassinated in:
Illinois
New York
Texas
8 of 22Choose one!
The Red Scare during the 40s and 50s was the fear of the spread of ______
AIDs
The Black Plague
Communism
9 of 22Choose one!
Who wrote the 95 theses?
Anne Frank
Walt Whitman
Martin Luther
10 of 22Choose one!
______ traveled to China as an explorer.
Sir Francis Drake
Ferdinand Magellan
Marco Polo
11 of 22Choose one!
Who makes the laws in the U.S.?
Senate
Congress
The President
12 of 22Choose one!
Who issued the Emancipation Proclamation?
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
Andrew Jackson
13 of 22Choose one!
Which country was responsible for the bombing at Pearl Harbor?
Russia
Japan
Korea
14 of 22Choose one!
On November 9, 1989, which European wall was torn down?
Berlin Wall
Great Wall
French Bastille
15 of 22Choose one!
This historic speech was given for civil rights on August 28, 1963.
I Have a Dream
What To A Slave Is The 4th Of July
Gettysburg Address
16 of 22Choose one!
Magna Carta is the foundation of the British parliamentary system.
False
True
17 of 22Choose one!
What do you call the first 10 amendments of the U.S Constitution?
Confederate Papers
Bill of Rights
Magna Carta
18 of 22Choose one!
Who was the first woman to walk on the moon?
Nellie Armstrong
Beatrice Aldrin
Sally Ride
19 of 22Choose one!
What was the Roe v. Wade Case about?
Miranda rights
Prayer in schools
Abortion
20 of 22Choose one!
Which amendment gave women the right to vote?
19th
8th
27th
21 of 22Choose one!
What chemical was used during the Vietnam War?
Agent Orange
Cyanide
Anthrax
22 of 22Choose one!
Which U.S. President was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth?
Harry S. Truman
Abraham Lincoln
John F. Kennedy
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