History Trivia: The Ultimate Challenge

Trivia about historic events

History Trivia: The Ultimate Challenge will put all your history knowledge to the test in 10 quick questions. We have everything covered, from the Titanic to Tsunamis. Therefore, this quiz will have you racking your brain for some of the answers.

You may think of yourself as a bit of a history buff or just want to test your general knowledge, wither way the quiz is sure get you mind working.

Take the History Trivia: The Ultimate Challenge now to find out how well you can do. You may even want to share the quiz with your friends to find out if you can get the top score out of all of them. So, why wait? Take the quiz now to see how much you really know about famous historical events.

  • Question of

    For how many years did the Hundred Years War actually last?

    • 107
    • 114
    • 100
    • 99
  • Question of

    Gangster Al Capone was imprisoned in 1931, for which offence?

    • Tax evasion
    • Murder
    • Bank Robbery
    • Fraud
  • Question of

    How many died when RMS Titanic sank?

    • 1517
    • 1417
    • 1717
  • Question of

    How many films did James Dean complete, before his death in 1955?

    • 3
    • 2
    • 5
    • 12
  • Question of

    Human rights activist Malcolm X was killed in 1965. What was his real surname?

    • Little
    • Jones
    • Lawson
    • Peters
  • Question of

    In 1812 who became the first and only British Prime Minister to be assassinated?

    • Spencer Perceval
    • George Canning
    • Lord Grenville
    • Sir Robert Peel
  • Question of

    In 1957 Laika became the first animal in space after being launched aboard the Soviet’s Sputnik 2. What was Laika?

    • A dog
    • A cat
    • A monkey
    • A horse
  • Question of

    In 1975 Pol Pot became the dictator of which country?

    • Cambodia
    • Laos
    • Vietnam
    • North Korea
  • Question of

    In 1990 former trade union organiser Lech Walesa became President of which country?

    • Poland
    • Hungary
    • Slovakia
    • Czech Republic
  • Question of

    In 2000, the Oresund Bridge opened, linking which countries?

    • Sweden and Denmark
    • Sweden and Norway
    • Denmark and Germany
    • UK and France

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