How Well Do You Know Your World History?

Was history your favorite subject in school? Are you addicted to the History Channel? Put your knowledge to the test with these 12 questions spanning thousands of years from around the globe.
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Question 1/12

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Julius Caesar once said...
Veni, vidi, vici
Vidi, veni, vici
Vici, vidi, veni
Veni, vici, vidi
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Question 2/12

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The 38th Parallel is...
also known as the Mason-Dixon Line
the boundary between North and South Korea
The border between North and South Sudan
The border between the U.S. and Canada
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Question 3/12

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Which of these world leaders were executed?
Benito Mussolini
Saddam Hussein
Czar Nicholas II
All of the above
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Question 4/12

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The Treaty of Versailles was signed in what year?
1919
1865
1776
1945
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Question 5/12

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In World War II, who were the Axis Powers?
Germany, Italy, Japan
Germany, Russia, Poland
U.S., England, France
Japan, China, Korea
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Question 6/12

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The Bill of Rights...
is the first 10 amendments of the U.S. Constitution
freed the American slaves
was never ratified
was written in the 1960s
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Question 7/12

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What happened in 1066?
The First Crusade
The Norman Conquest
The Protestant Reformation
The Death of Mohammed
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Question 8/12

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Which revolution came first?
The Russian Revolution
The French Revolution
The American Revolution
The Industrial Revolution
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Question 9/12

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In what year did Alaska become a U.S. state?
1789
1867
1912
1959
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Question 10/12

outtheresomewhere.ca
The ancient city of Troy...
never existed
was in Greece
was in Turkey
is called Instanbul today
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Question 11/12

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What happened in 70 A.D.?
Jesus was crucified
The Romans destroyed the Second Temple in Jerusalem
Julius Caesar was assasinated
Mohammed was born
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Question 12/12

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Was is Magellan known for?
Circumnavigating the globe
Discovering the New World
Conquering the Aztecs
Discovering Australia
Result
Whoops! Guess some of those dates messed you up. Or maybe the questions were outside your area of expertise. You'll get 'em next time.

Atlas Shrugged

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Right!
Nice! You definitely know your stuff, but maybe a couple of those pesky dates or obscure questions ruined your perfect score.

Quite Worldly

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Congratulations! Your wide-ranging knowledge is very impressive. From antiquity to the middle ages to the age of exploration to modern times, you really know your stuff. You've got the whole world in your hands...

World Champion

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1
Julius Caesar once said...
Veni, vidi, vici
Vidi, veni, vici
Vici, vidi, veni
Veni, vici, vidi
2
The 38th Parallel is...
also known as the Mason-Dixon Line
the boundary between North and South Korea
The border between North and South Sudan
The border between the U.S. and Canada
3
Which of these world leaders were executed?
Benito Mussolini
Saddam Hussein
Czar Nicholas II
All of the above
4
The Treaty of Versailles was signed in what year?
1919
1865
1776
1945
5
In World War II, who were the Axis Powers?
Germany, Italy, Japan
Germany, Russia, Poland
U.S., England, France
Japan, China, Korea
6
The Bill of Rights...
is the first 10 amendments of the U.S. Constitution
freed the American slaves
was never ratified
was written in the 1960s
7
What happened in 1066?
The First Crusade
The Norman Conquest
The Protestant Reformation
The Death of Mohammed
8
Which revolution came first?
The Russian Revolution
The French Revolution
The American Revolution
The Industrial Revolution
9
In what year did Alaska become a U.S. state?
1789
1867
1912
1959
10
The ancient city of Troy...
never existed
was in Greece
was in Turkey
is called Instanbul today
11
What happened in 70 A.D.?
Jesus was crucified
The Romans destroyed the Second Temple in Jerusalem
Julius Caesar was assasinated
Mohammed was born
12
Was is Magellan known for?
Circumnavigating the globe
Discovering the New World
Conquering the Aztecs
Discovering Australia