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Anne Quiz

1. When did Anne become queen of England, Scotland and Ireland?
a) 19 March 1702
b) 14 April 1694
c) 22 August 1688
d) 25 November 1661

2. When was Anne born?
a) 6 February 1665
b) 21 May 1663
c) 12 July 1658
d) 3 October 1642

3. Where was Anne born?
a) Copenhagen
b) Amsterdam
c) London
d) Paris

4. What was Anne’s dynasty?
a) Windsor
b) Stuart
c) Tudor
d) Hanover

5. How many times was Anne pregnant?
a) 12
b) 14
c) 16
d) 18

6. How many children of Anne were born alive?
a) Nine
b) Seven
c) Five
d) Three

7. When was Act of Settlement passed?
a) 1699
b) 1717
c) 1701
d) 1718

8. When was United Kingdom of Great Britain formed by uniting England and Scotland?
a) 1695
b) 1707
c) 1721
d) 1728

9. Which war was fought during the rule of Anne?
a) War of Roses
b) War of American Independence
c) War of Spanish Succession
d) War of Polish Succession

10. When did Anne die?
a) 5 January 1720
b) 9 June 1718
c) 1 August 1714
d) 10 December 1712

Anne Quiz Answers

1. When did Anne become queen of England, Scotland and Ireland?
a) 19 March 1702

2. When was Anne born?
a) 6 February 1665

3. Where was Anne born?
c) London

4. What was Anne’s dynasty?
b) Stuart

5. How many times was Anne pregnant?
d) 18

6. How many children of Anne were born alive?
c) Five

7. When was Act of Settlement passed?
c) 1701

8. When was United Kingdom of Great Britain formed by uniting England and Scotland?
b) 1707

9. Which war was fought during the rule of Anne?
c) War of Spanish Succession

10. When did Anne die?
c) 1 August 1714

Originally posted 2017-02-24 22:35:54.

Catherine II Quiz

Catherine the Great - the most famous Russian Empress

Catherine the Great – the most famous Russian Empress of German descent (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(Catherine II of Russia is also known as Catherine the Great. The dates are as per Gregorian calendar.)

Catherine II Quiz Questions

1. When was Catherine II born?
a) 2 May 1729
b) 1 March 1710
c) 19 August 1714
d) 8 December 1732

2. Where was Catherine II born?
a) Berlin
b) Munich
c) Szczcen
d) Frankfurt

3. What was Catherine II’s name at the time of her birth?
a) Sophia Augusta Frederika
b) Maria Theresa
c) Jane Seymour
d) Margaret Tudor

4. What was Catherine II’s denomination at the time of her birth?
a) Catholic
b) Anglican
c) Lutheran
d) Baptist

5. When did Catherine II proclaim herself czarina?
a) 22 June 1748
b) 9 July 1762
c) 5 February 1740
d) 18 October 1768

6. Who was overthrown by Catherine II and later murdered?
a) Alexander II
b) Peter III
c) Ivan VI
d) Nicholas II

7. Who claimed to be Peter III and led Cossak troops against Catherine II?
a) Yuri Andropov
b) Grigory Orlov
c) Yemelyan Pugachov
d) Leonid Brezhnev

8. Whose condition became worse under Catherine II?
a) Nobles
b) Soldiers
c) Fishermen
d) Serfs

9. When did Catherine II die?
a) 30 September 1800
b) 29 April 1802
c) 28 January 1792
d) 17 November 1796

10. Where did Catherine II die?
a) Moscow
b) St. Petersburg
c) Vladivostak
d) Tsarskoye Selo

Catherine II Quiz Questions with Answers

Catherine II

Catherine II Strolling in the Park at Tsarskoye Selo the Chesme Column in the Background (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1. When was Catherine II born?
a) 2 May 1729

2. Where was Catherine II born?
c) Szczcen

3. What was Catherine II’s name at the time of her birth?
a) Sophia Augusta Frederika

4. What was Catherine II’s denomination at the time of her birth?
c) Lutheran

5. When did Catherine II proclaim herself czarina?
b) 9 July 1762

6. Who was overthrown by Catherine II and later murdered?
b) Peter III

7. Who claimed to be Peter III and led Cossak troops against Catherine II?
c) Yemelyan Pugachov

8. Whose condition became worse under Catherine II?
d) Serfs

9. When did Catherine II die?
d) 17 November 1796

10. Where did Catherine II die?
d) Tsarskoye Selo

Originally posted 2017-02-24 22:35:46.

George III Quiz

George III Quiz Questions

King George III (in coronation robes)

King George III (in coronation robes) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) When did George III become the king of UK?
a) 1603
b) 1701
c) 1740
d) 1760

2) To which dynasty George III belong?
a) Lancastrian
b) Hanoverian
c) Tudor
d) Stuart

3) Who persuaded George III to end his relationship with Sarah Lennox and marry Charlotte of Mecklenberg-Strelitz?
a) George Grenville
b) Charles Fox
c) William Pitt the Elder
d) John Stuart

4) How many children did George III have?
a) 11
b) 14
c) 15
d) 17

5) Which revolution took place during the time of George III?
a) French Revolution
b) Russian Revolution
c) Cuban Revolution
d) Chinese Revolution

English: George III of the United Kingdom whil...

George III of the United Kingdom while Prince of Wales (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

6) Which academy was founded by George III in 1768?
a) Academy of Motion Picture Science and Art
b) Royal Academy of Arts
c) Science Academy
d) Music Academy

7) Who wanted full civil rights for Roman Catholics and was forced to resign by George III in 1801?
a) Lord North
b) William Pitt the Younger
c) Lord Melbourne
d) Benjamin Disraeli

8) Which Act was passed at the insistence of George III?
a) Salt Act
b) Royal Marriages Act
c) Stamp Act
d) Emancipation Act

9) Which important event took place on 4 July 1776?
a) Battle of Waterloo
b) Declaration of American Independence
c) Battle of Trafalgar
d) British explorers reached South Pole

10) Which title was given up by George III in 1801?
a) King of France
b) Baron of Snowdon
c) Marquess of Ely
d) Earl of Chester

George III Quiz Questions with Answers

Gold guinea of George III, dated 1789

Gold guinea of George III, dated 1789 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) When did George III become the king of UK?
d) 1760

2) To which dynasty George III belong?
b) Hanoverian

3) Who persuaded George III to end his relationship with Sarah Lennox and marry Charlotte of Mecklenberg-Strelitz?
d) John Stuart

4) How many children did George III have?
c) 15

5) Which revolution took place during the time of George III?
a) French Revolution

6) Which academy was founded by George III in 1768?
b) Royal Academy of Arts

7) Who wanted full civil rights for Roman Catholics and was forced to resign by George III in 1801?
b) William Pitt the Younger

In a 1786 James Gillray caricature, the plenti...

In a 1786 James Gillray caricature, the plentiful money bags handed to King George III are contrasted with the beggar whose legs and arms were amputated, in the left corner (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

8) Which Act was passed at the insistence of George III?
b) Royal Marriages Act

9) Which important event took place on 4 July 1776?
b) Declaration of American Independence

10) Which title was given up by George III in 1801?
a) King of France

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Originally posted 2017-02-24 22:31:30.