Can You Pass 1961 True Or False Quiz?

You may think you know the year 1961 better than most, but can you actually pass a 1961 true or false quiz? Let's put your knowledge of this year to the ultimate test!
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True or false: John F. Kennedy was Time's 1961 Man of the Year.
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True or false: Washington DC. residents were officially allowed to vote on Presidential Elections, thanks to the 23rd amendment.
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True or false: The first Six Flags amusement park opened in Tom's River, NJ.
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True or false: Huggies Disposable diapers were introduced as the first of its kind in 1961.
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True or false: The Rolling Stones would never have been formed if Keith Richards and Mick Jagger hadn't accidentally met at a train station in 1961.
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True or false: LEGO Building Sets, Stratego, Ken Carson (Barbie's boyfriend), Slip 'n Slide water slide, and Trolls were the most popular Christmas toy gifts in 1961.
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True or false: The Philadelphia Phillies were the 1961 World Series champions.
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True or false: In 1961, the US Air Force accidentally dropped two Mark 39 nuclear bombs in North Carolina but neither exploded.
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True or false: The Soviet Union launches the first spacecraft to take a man into space the Vostok 1.
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True or false: "Mary Poppins" was created by Walt Disney and was the first live action musical to be produced by the company.
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True or false: The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) was officially founded and opened its first office during September of 1961.
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True or false: President John F. Kennedy advised American families to build bomb shelters.
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Result
Unfortunately, this quiz revealed that you are not well versed on the history of this great year in American history! While you may have known a few of the questions on this quiz, you're far form an expert just yet.

C+, 1961 Dazed

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Right!
This quiz revealed that you're 1961 nifty! It's clear that you know your facts when it comes to this year in American history. Though you missed a question or two, you established that you possess a great knowledge on 1961.

B+, 1961 Nifty

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Right!
Based on the results of this quiz, you are 100% 1961 astute! You know this year the way only a true history buff can. From Kennedy to the Soviet Union, you remember every aspect of this historical year. Well done!

A+, 1961 Astute

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1
True or false: John F. Kennedy was Time's 1961 Man of the Year.
True
False
2
True or false: Washington DC. residents were officially allowed to vote on Presidential Elections, thanks to the 23rd amendment.
True
False
3
True or false: The first Six Flags amusement park opened in Tom's River, NJ.
True
False
4
True or false: Huggies Disposable diapers were introduced as the first of its kind in 1961.
True
False
5
True or false: The Rolling Stones would never have been formed if Keith Richards and Mick Jagger hadn't accidentally met at a train station in 1961.
True
False
6
True or false: LEGO Building Sets, Stratego, Ken Carson (Barbie's boyfriend), Slip 'n Slide water slide, and Trolls were the most popular Christmas toy gifts in 1961.
True
False
7
True or false: The Philadelphia Phillies were the 1961 World Series champions.
True
False
8
True or false: In 1961, the US Air Force accidentally dropped two Mark 39 nuclear bombs in North Carolina but neither exploded.
True
False
9
True or false: The Soviet Union launches the first spacecraft to take a man into space the Vostok 1.
True
False
10
True or false: "Mary Poppins" was created by Walt Disney and was the first live action musical to be produced by the company.
True
False
11
True or false: The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) was officially founded and opened its first office during September of 1961.
True
False
12
True or false: President John F. Kennedy advised American families to build bomb shelters.
True
False