Tag: british protectorate

Sierra Leone Quiz

1. When did Sierra Leone become independent?
a) 14 February 1949
b) 27 April 1961
c) 15 July 1960
d) 22 November 1976

2. Which country is to the north of Sierra Leone?
a) Guinea
b) Equatorial Guinea
c) Guinea Bissau
d) Papua Guinea

3. When did UK take over Freetown?
a) 1 January 1808
b) 9 May 1764
c) 8 August 1780
d) 12 December 1668

4. When did Sierra Leone become a British protectorate?
a) 1624
b) 1696
c) 1776
d) 1896

5. Who led a revolt against hut tax in Sierra Leone in 1898?
a) Ahmad Tejan Kabbah
b) Bai Bureh
c) Solomon Berewa
d) James Horton

6. Which is the capital of Sierra Leone?
a) Kenema
b) Bo
c) Freetown
d) Yengema

7. Which is the currency of Sierra Leone?
a) Pound
b) Leone
c) CFA Franc
d) Rouble

8. Which is the official language of Sierra Leone?
a) Swahili
b) English
c) Kwa
d) Dan

9. Who was Sierra Leone’s president in 1971-1985?
a) Samuel Lewis
b) Samuel Crowther
c) Milton Margai
d) Siaka Stevens

10. Who was inaugurated as Sierra Leone’s president on 17 September 2007?
a) Albert Margai
b) Valentine Strasser
c) Ernest Bai Koroma
d) Joseph Momoh

Sierra Leone Quiz Answers

1. When did Sierra Leone become independent?
b) 27 April 1961

2. Which country is to the north of Sierra Leone?
a) Guinea

3. When did UK take over Freetown?
a) 1 January 1808

4. When did Sierra Leone become a British protectorate?
d) 1896

5. Who led a revolt against hut tax in Sierra Leone in 1898?
b) Bai Bureh

6. Which is the capital of Sierra Leone?
c) Freetown

7. Which is the currency of Sierra Leone?
b) Leone

8. Which is the official language of Sierra Leone?
b) English

9. Who was Sierra Leone’s president in 1971-1985?
d) Siaka Stevens

10. Who was inaugurated as Sierra Leone’s president on 17 September 2007?
c) Ernest Bai Koroma

Originally posted 2017-03-03 20:24:29.

Bahrain Quiz

Bahrain Quiz Questions

The flag of Bahrain Español: Bandera de Baréin...

The flag of Bahrain (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1. When did Bahrain become independent?
a) 2 February 1969
b) 18 May 1964
c) 15 August 1971
d) 14 December 1968

2. When was Bahrain under Portuguese rule?
a) 1621-1714
b) 1521-1602
c) 1815-1961
d) 1717-1804

Bahrain (Political) 2003

Bahrain Political Map (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

3. When did Bahrain become a British protectorate?
a) 1861
b) 1757
c) 1892
d) 1764

4. When was oil discovered in Bahrain?
a) 1820
b) 1932
c) 1975
d) 1911

5. Which country claimed Bahrain and it was rejected by the people of Bahrain in a referendum held in 1970 by UN?
a) Saudi Arabia
b) Turkey
c) Iran
d) Afghanistan

English: Bab Al Bahrain, Bahrain.

Bab Al Bahrain, Bahrain. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

6. Which islands were disputed between Bahrain and Qatar?
a) Aleutian
b) Hawar
c) Batan
d) Kiriwana

7. Which is the capital of Bahrain?
a) Mina Salman
b) Madinat Isa
c) Manama
d) Muharraq

View of Muharraq with the skyline of Manama in...

View of Muharraq with the skyline of Manama in the background (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

8. Which is the currency of Bahrain?
a) Dinar
b) Lats
c) Yen
d) Taka

9. Which is the official language of Bahrain?
a) Sindhi
b) Arabic
c) Kurdish
d) Dari

10. How many white triangles are on Bahrain’s flag?
a) Three
b) Four
c) Five
d) Six

Bahrain Quiz Questions with Answers

English: Doorway of residence in traditional B...

Doorway of residence in traditional Bahraini architecture, in Muharraq, Bahrain (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1. When did Bahrain become independent?
c) 15 August 1971

2. When was Bahrain under Portuguese rule?
b) 1521-1602

3. When did Bahrain become a British protectorate?
a) 1861

4. When was oil discovered in Bahrain?
b) 1932

5. Which country claimed Bahrain and it was rejected by the people of Bahrain in a referendum held in 1970 by UN?
c) Iran

6. Which islands were disputed between Bahrain and Qatar?
b) Hawar

7. Which is the capital of Bahrain?
c) Manama

8. Which is the currency of Bahrain?
a) Dinar

9. Which is the official language of Bahrain?
b) Arabic

10. How many white triangles are on Bahrain’s flag?
c) Five

Bahrain Fort (Panorama View)

Bahrain Fort (Panorama View) (Photo credit: Jacobs – Creative Bees)

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Originally posted 2017-02-24 22:37:22.

Maldives Quiz

Maldives Quiz Questions

1. When did Maldives become independent?
a) 9 February 1964
b) 17 June 1976
c) 26 July 1965
d) 22 November 1978

2. Which ocean surrounds Maldives?
a) Atlantic
b) Pacific
c) Indian
d) Antarctic

3. Which is the capital of Maldives?
a) Addu
b) Male
c) Huvadhu
d) Ari

4. Which is the currency of Maldives?
a) Guilder
b) Rufiyaa
c) Quetzal
d) Krone

5. Which is the official language of Maldives?
a) Divehi
b) Malayalam
c) Sinhalese
d) Punjabi

6. When did Maldives become a British protectorate?
a) 1814
b) 1768
c) 1796
d) 1776

7. When did Maldives abolish the sultanate?
a) 1914
b) 1968
c) 1948
d) 1894

8. When did the last British troops leave Maldives?
a) 29 March 1976
b) 15 May 1962
c) 14 August 1965
d) 14 December 1972

9. Which Indian Prime Minister visited Maldives in 2002?
a) Inder Kumar Gujral
b) P. V. Narasimha Rao
c) Manmohan Singh
d) Atal Behari Vajpayee

10. Who was the president of Maldives in 2005?
a) Rafiq Tarar
b) Maumoon Abdul Gayoom
c) Ghulam Ishaq Khan
d) Nasrullah Khan

Maldives Quiz Questions with Answers

1. When did Maldives become independent?
c) 26 July 1965

2. Which ocean surrounds Maldives?
c) Indian

3. Which is the capital of Maldives?
b) Male

4. Which is the currency of Maldives?
b) Rufiyaa

5. Which is the official language of Maldives?
a) Divehi

6. When did Maldives become a British protectorate?
c) 1796

7. When did Maldives abolish the sultanate?
b) 1968

8. When did the last British troops leave Maldives?
a) 29 March 1976

9. Which Indian Prime Minister visited Maldives in 2002?
d) Atal Behari Vajpayee

10. Who was the president of Maldives in 2005?
b) Maumoon Abdul Gayoom

Originally posted 2016-07-26 21:54:09.