Jeopardy Quiz: History Edition! Barely Anyone Can Score Above 75%

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Can you solve history's mysteries?

Do you know a lot of random knowledge about various events throughout history? You might just be able to pass this Jeopardy history quiz, if so!

 Aug 28, 2018

1 of 18Choose Your Answer:

Andrew Johnson became president after his predecessor's assassination?
Who is John Kennedy?
Who is Ronald Reagan?
Who is Abraham Lincoln?

2 of 18Choose Your Answer:

He was known as "the father of Communism."
Who is Fidel Castro?
Who is Karl Marx?
Who is Adolf Hitler?

3 of 18Choose Your Answer:

This ship sunk on its first ever journey across the Atlantic.
What is the Arizona?
What is the Titanic?
What is the Lusitania?

4 of 18Choose Your Answer:

He said, "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country"?
Who is Richard Nixon?
Who is Franklin Roosevelt?
Who is John Kennedy?

5 of 18Choose Your Answer:

She was the UK's first female Prime Minister.
Who is Theresa May?
Who is Margaret Thatcher?
Who is Angela Merkel?

6 of 18Choose Your Answer:

He was prime minister of the UK for most of the Second World War.
Who is Winston Churchill?
Who is George Patton?
Who is Joseph Stalin?

7 of 18Choose Your Answer:

This British king had six wives.
Who is King George III?
Who is Louis XIV?
Who is Henry VIII?

8 of 18Choose Your Answer:

He founded Virgin Airlines.
Who is Elon Musk?
Who is Steve Jobs?
Who is Richard Branson?

9 of 18Choose Your Answer:

He was the first man on the Moon.
Who is Neil Armstrong?
Who is John Glenn?
Who is Buzz Aldrin?

10 of 18Choose Your Answer:

He started a speech with "I have a dream..."
Who is John Kennedy?
Who is Martin Luther King, Jr?
Who is Jimmy Carter?

11 of 18Choose Your Answer:

This American president is said to be responsible for the end of the Cold War.
Who is Ronald Reagan?
Who is Bill Clinton?
Who is Donald Trump?

12 of 18Choose Your Answer:

He invented the phonograph.
Who is Thomas Edison?
Who is Steve Jobs?
Who is Elon Musk?

13 of 18Choose Your Answer:

The Japanese attacked this place in the US at the start of WWII.
What is Los Angeles?
What is Pearl Harbor?
What is San Francisco?

14 of 18Choose Your Answer:

This city suffered a great fire in 1871.
What is Chicago?
What is Boston?
What is New York?

15 of 18Choose Your Answer:

She is responsible for the discovery of radium.
Who is Marie Curie?
Who is Molly Brown?
Who is Jane Goodall?

16 of 18Choose Your Answer:

These brothers were the first to fly in 1903.
Who were the Hudson brothers?
Who were the Wright brothers?
Who were the Smother brothers?

17 of 18Choose Your Answer:

This president gave the Gettysburg Address.
Who is George Washington?
Who is Abraham Lincoln?
Who is John Adams?

18 of 18Choose Your Answer:

He piloted the first non-stop flight across the Atlantic.
Who is Howard Hughes?
Who is Chuck Yeager?
Who is Charles Lindbergh?
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Do you love Jeopardy!? Are you a big history buff? Do you like to read about how countries came to be, who led them, and the obstacles people faced as the passed from age to age? Do you get into long conversations about how history continues to affect the world we live in for centuries to come? If you said yes to any of these questions, this is the quiz for you. To find out how much you know about 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 in the style of your favorite TV show.

Generations upon generations of people have come and gone and have left their mark. They've won and lost battles survived diseases and wars, and created art and inventions that have molded the world we live in today. It wasn't always easy, but humanity has defied the odds and kept going. History is proof that we're not only still here, but that there more to come in an ever-evolving future.

So, if world history is your grand passion and you challenge yourself while watching Alex Trebek and his contestants do their thing, sit back, relax, and put on your thinking cap. Answer these 18 questions about a range of historical subjects from geography and pop culture to language and medicine 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!