History Trivia Questions XIXFree Trivia Questions - Printable
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After helping the US win its independence, Tadeusz Kosciuszko went
back home to help what country fight Russia and Prussia?
Polish heroes Tadeusz Kosciuszko and King Jan III Sobieski are both
buried in a cathedral in what city, which was once Poland's capital?
An improvised shack called Checkpoint Charlie once symbolized the
divisiveness of what city?
At one time, they were severely persecuted. The Marsh Arabs live in
the marshes of what country?
What Indian confederacy in New York State included the Mohawk,
Onondaga, Cayuga, Oneida and Seneca?
The Paris peace talks that led to the Treaty of Versailles brought
world attention to obscure bits of Europe, most of which Germany or Austria-Hungary had to give up. Which
country took Upper Silesia from Germany?
Indra Roy was which country's sole WWI flying ace?
In 1936, who declared himself Emperor of Ethiopia and later
declared himself King of Albania?
a. Haile Selassie
b. George VI
c. Victor Emmanuel III
d. Juan Carlos I
In 1596, King Sigismund III moved the capital of the
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth to the more central Warsaw, and away from what city on the Vistula River?
Did WWI's leading ace survive the war?
a. No, he died on influenza
b. Yes, he is France's Rene Fonck
c. No, he was shot down in France
d. Yes, he is Eddie Rickenbacker
The European Coal and Steel Community, which became what is today
called the European Union, was made up of the Benelux countries and all but which of these nations?
a. West Germany
b. Great Britain
From its founding in 1955 to its disbanding in 1975, Jean Monnet
headed an "action committee" calling for something. What?
a. The United States of Europe
b. Global nuclear disarmament
c. Protection of endangered species
d. Space exploration
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