Only Americans With A 150+ IQ Can Devour This History Test. Can You?

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Are you a history superstar?

If you love everything about history, take this quiz to see how much you know about the people, places and events that shaped it!

 Jul 16, 2018
1 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Who invented the theory of evolution?
Thomas Edison
Christopher Columbus
Charles Darwin
2 of 18Choose Your Answer:
____________ was a chemical weapon used heavily during the Vietnam War.
Agent Red
Agent Gray
Agent Orange
3 of 18Choose Your Answer:
What Roman god is January named for?
Janus
Zeus
Neptune
4 of 18Choose Your Answer:
What war gave the US its freedom from Britain?
The Civil War
The War of 1812
Revolutionary War
5 of 18Choose Your Answer:
What year were women granted the right to vote in the US?
1920
1905
1969
6 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Pearl Harbor is located on which Hawaiian island?
Molokai
Kauai
Oahu
7 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Who assassinated John Lennon?
Lee Harvey Oswald
Mark David Chapman
Charles Manson
8 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Which state shares a border with the Yukon territory?
Alaska
Michigan
Washington
9 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Which president ended America's participation in the Vietnam War?
Richard Nixon
Ronald Reagan
Jimmy Carter
10 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Who was the founder of the Mormon church?
Joseph Smith
Jimmy Swaggart
L. Ron Hubbard
11 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Freedom of speech is guaranteed by which Constitutional Amendment?
5th
1st
2nd
12 of 18Choose Your Answer:
The 1979-80 hostage crisis ended in what country as Ronald Reagan took his oath of office?
France
Sweden
Iran
13 of 18Choose Your Answer:
The Great Sphinx of Giza guards what?
Petra
The Taj Mahal
The Pyramids
14 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Who became the president after Abraham Lincoln was assassinated?
Lyndon Johnson
Andrew Johnson
Richard Nixon
15 of 18Choose Your Answer:
What was the name of the scandal that forced President Nixon to resign?
Iran Contra
Teapot Dome
Watergate
16 of 18Choose Your Answer:
What treaty ended the American Revolution?
The Congress of Vienna
The Meeting of Malta
The Treaty of Paris
17 of 18Choose Your Answer:
What country owned California before the US?
France
Mexico
Canada
18 of 18Choose Your Answer:
America's national bird was ALMOST a _______.
pigeon
turkey
dove
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Generations of people have come and gone and left their mark on history. They've won and lost battles survived diseases and wars, and created art and inventions molded civilization. While it wasn't always easy, humanity has defied the odds and kept trucking along. Our history is proof that we're not only still here, but that there's more to come for us.

Do you love to study how different countries and led different factions into battle and how those wars impacted history? Do you like to read about how countries came to be, who led them, and the obstacles people faced at the time they were alive? Do you know the great inventions and how they came to serve humanity? Do you know how the great artists of the world showed history on canvas, in writing or music?

If you said "yes" to any of these questions, this is the game for you! To find out how much you know about world history and the events and people who shaped it over the past several thousand years, we challenge you to take this challenging but fun quiz! If world history is your hobby or passion, sit back, relax and put on your thinking can—to answer questions about a range of historical subjects—from geography and wars to pop culture, language, and inventions throughout the ages. Not only will you have loads of fun, but you'll also probably learn something, too. Good luck with your fun and exciting journey into the world's past!