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Francisco Franco Quiz

Francisco Franco Quiz Questions

1. When did Francisco Franco become the head of state of Nationalist government in Spain?
a) 6 January 1938
b) 7 May 1934
c) 1 October 1936
d) 12 November 1940

2. When was Francisco Franco born?
a) 15 March 1889
b) 7 April 1886
c) 19 August 1896
d) 4 December 1892

3. Where was Francisco Franco born?
a) Zamora
b) El Ferrol
c) Seville
d) Cariz

4. Where did Francisco Franco attend the Infantry Academy?
a) Valencia
b) Alicante
c) Toledo
d) Palma

5. Where did Francisco Franco become a captain in the Spanish army?
a) 1907
b) 1915
c) 1909
d) 1912

6. Where did Francisco Franco suppress an uprising of miners in 1934?
a) Morocco
b) Spanish Sahara
c) Asturias
d) Canary Islands

7. When was the Spanish Civil War?
a) 1936-1939
b) 1932-1935
c) 1940-1943
d) 1945-1948

8. When was Francisco Franco’s victory over Republicans complete?
a) 2 February 1935
b) 1 April 1939
c) 1 August 1943
d) 12 December 1948

9. When did Francisco Franco die?
a) 23 March 1992
b) 14 June 1964
c) 22 July 1978
d) 20 November 1975

10. Where did Francisco Franco die?
a) Saragossa
b) Madrid
c) Tarragona
d) Reus

Francisco Franco Quiz Questions with Answers

1. When did Francisco Franco become the head of state of Nationalist government in Spain?
c) 1 October 1936

2. When was Francisco Franco born?
d) 4 December 1892

3. Where was Francisco Franco born?
b) El Ferrol

4. Where did Francisco Franco attend the Infantry Academy?
c) Toledo

5. Where did Francisco Franco become a captain in the Spanish army?
b) 1915

6. Where did Francisco Franco suppress an uprising of miners in 1934?
c) Asturias

7. When was the Spanish Civil War?
a) 1936-1939

8. When was Francisco Franco’s victory over Republicans complete?
b) 1 April 1939

9. When did Francisco Franco die?
d) 20 November 1975

10. Where did Francisco Franco die?
b) Madrid

Originally posted 2017-03-26 03:32:05.

Belize Quiz

Belize Quiz Questions

1) Who is the Head of State of Belize?
a) President
b) Governor General
c) Monarch of UK
d) Prime Minister

2) How was Belize known?
a) British Guiana
b) British Honduras
c) Dutch Guiana
d) Atlantis

3) When did Belize become independent?
a) 1964
b) 1968
c) 1973
d) 1981

4) Which is the capital of Belize?
a) Belmopan
b) Corozal
c) Dangriga
d) Saint Elena

5) When is Independence Day in Belize?
a) 24 May
b) 10 September
c) 21 September
d) 15 November

6) What is 9 March in Belize?
a) Baron Bliss Day
b) Labour Day
c) St. George’s Caye Day
d) Boxing Day

7) Who is the first Governor General of independent Belize?
a) Colville Young
b) Minita Gordon
c) Geoff Hoon
d) Jack Straw

8) Who succeeded George Cadle Price as Prime Minister of Belize in 1984?
a) Said Musa
b) Manuel Esquivel
c) Pascal Esquivel
d) Sarah Hughes

9) What is the voting age in Belize?
a) 18 years
b) 19 years
c) 21 years
d) 22 years

10) Which sea is to the east of Belize?
a) Caribbean Sea
b) Gulf Stream
c) Sea of Marmara
d) Caspian Sea

Belize Quiz Questions with Answers

1) Who is the Head of State of Belize?
c) Monarch of UK

2) How was Belize known?
b) British Honduras

3) When did Belize become independent?
d) 1981

4) Which is the capital of Belize?
a) Belmopan

5) When is Independence Day in Belize?
c) 21 September

6) What is 9 March in Belize?
a) Baron Bliss Day

7) Who is the first Governor General of independent Belize?
b) Minita Gordon

8) Who succeeded George Cadle Price as Prime Minister of Belize in 1984?
b) Manuel Esquivel

9) What is the voting age in Belize?
a) 18 years

10) Which sea is to the east of Belize?
a) Caribbean Sea

Originally posted 2017-02-24 22:37:00.

Barbados Quiz

Barbados Quiz Questions

Flag of Barbados See also: List of Barbados flags

Flag of Barbados (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) When did Barbados become independent?
a) 12 January 1948
b) 26 May 1966
c) 18 September1952
d) 30 November 1966

2) Who was Barbados’ head of state in 1984?
a) Clifford Husbands
b) Elizabeth II
c) Owen Arthur
d) Grantley Adams

3) When was Barbados Labour Party founded?
a) 1938
b) 1945
c) 1948
d) 1956

Bridgetown, Capital of Barbados

Bridgetown, Capital of Barbados (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

4) Who was Barbados’ prime minister in 1966-1976?
a) Clyde Mascoll
b) Elizabeth Thompson
c) Errol Barrow
d) Geoffrey Howe

5) Which is the capital of Barbados?
a) Portland
b) Bridgetown
c) Hillcrest
d) Prospect

6) Who of the following Test cricketers was born in Bridgetown?
a) Brian Lara
b) Clive Lloyd
c) Garfield Sobers
d) Vivian Richards

7) When was slavery abolished in Barbados?
a) 1863
b) 1845
c) 1834
d) 1868

8) Which is the currency of Barbados?
a) Yen
b) Dollar
c) Pound
d) Renminbi

9) Which is the official language of Barbados?
a) English
b) Berber
c) Punic
d) Italian

10) What is the area of Barbados?
a) 360 sq. mi.
b) 166 sq. mi.
c) 204 sq. mi.
d) 786 sq. mi.

Barbados Quiz Questions with Answers

English: Fisheye shot of Sir Garfield Sobers, ...

Fisheye shot of Sir Garfield Sobers, cricket legend and national hero, statue at Kensington Oval Cricket Ground in Barbados (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) When did Barbados become independent?
d) 30 November 1966

2) Who was Barbados’ head of state in 1984?
b) Elizabeth II

3) When was Barbados Labour Party founded?
a) 1938

4) Who was Barbados’ prime minister in 1966-1976?
c) Errol Barrow

5) Which is the capital of Barbados?
b) Bridgetown

6) Who of the following Test cricketers was born in Bridgetown?
c) Garfield Sobers

7) When was slavery abolished in Barbados?
c) 1834

8) Which is the currency of Barbados?
b) Dollar

9) Which is the official language of Barbados?
a) English

10) What is the area of Barbados?
b) 166 sq. mi.

11 Parishes of Barbados

  1. Christ Church
  2. Saint Andrew
  3. Saint George
  4. Saint James
  5. Saint John
  6. Saint Joseph
  7. Saint Lucy
  8. Saint Michael
  9. Saint Peter
  10. Saint Philip
  11. Saint Thomas
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Originally posted 2016-09-01 09:37:36.