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Those who don’t learn from the past are doomed to repeat it, but who says we can’t have fun while learning? A fun list of “Trivia” Questions is the perfect way to test your knowledge of the past and learn something new along the way.

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Whether you’re a history buff or just looking for a fun game night activity, our list of 35+ History “Trivia” questions has got you covered. This list covers a range of topics from ancient civilizations to modern events, so anyone can join in on the fun.

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Funny History “Trivia” Questions

History shouldn’t have to be serious all the time. These funny “Trivia” questions will have you and your friends laughing while learning some interesting facts about history:

1. Who among these famous historical figures suffers from a gas problem/farting too much?

  • John F. Kennedy
  • Adolf Hitler
  • George Washington
  • Julius Caesar
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Adolf Hitler

He actually tried lots of prescriptions to limit his farting!

2. Who was almost killed by rabbits?

  • Napoleon
  • Queen Elizabeth
  • Franz Ferdinand
  • Thomas Jefferson
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Napoleon

An emperor once called for a rabbit hunt, there were 2000-3000 rabbits and once they were released, they all ran towards Napoleon!

3. Which famous place in the world actually smelled like feces because it had no indoor plumbing?

  • Great Wall of China
  • Louvre
  • Palace of Versailles
  • Leaning Tower of Pisa
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Palace of Versailles

People actually defecated anywhere in the palace and King Louis XIV had to call for a general cleaning every week because the place wreaked!

4. Which classic musician wrote the song Leck mich im Arsch or Kiss My Arse?

  • Ludwig van Beethoven
  • James Madison
  • Frédéric Chopin
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

It wasn’t only in his songs, his offensive language was really part of his day-to-day way of communication.

5. Who made the first-ever knock-knock joke back in the 17th century?

  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  • Christopher Columbus
  • William Shakespeare
  • Ulysses S. Grant
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William Shakespeare

He wrote the first know-know joke in human history in Macbeth Act 2, Scene iii as the dialogue of a drunk!

6. What ancient civilization had a festival where singing naked was all the rage?

  • The Romans
  • The Egyptians
  • The Spartans
  • The Aztecs
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The Spartans

Once a year at the Festival of Artemis Orthia, young Spartan lads showed off their pipes and their muscles simultaneously!

7. Which French monarch was known for throwing the wildest parties, yet died while dancing?

  • King Louis XIV
  • Henry III
  • Charles VIII
  • Napoleon
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King Louis XIV

The Sun King, indeed! He shone brightly on the dance floor, but not even a king can dance his way out of a fatal dance move!

8. Who is the only U.S. president to have a patent for an invention and what was it?

  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • Theodore Roosevelt
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Abraham Lincoln

Honest Abe wasn’t just about emancipation; he also invented a device to lift boats over shoals and obstructions in a river!

9. This famous Renaissance inventor could write with one hand and draw with the other at the same time! Who was he?

  • Galileo Galilei
  • Michelangelo
  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • Raphael
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Leonardo da Vinci

Not only a genius with a brush, but da Vinci could also double task like no other with his ambidextrous skills!

10. What ancient people are credited with inventing the steam engine, yet never thought to put it to practical use?

  • The Greeks
  • The Persians
  • The Mayans
  • The Chinese
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The Greeks

Hero of Alexandria played around with steam power but never quite got it chugging along for practical tasks. Talk about steamy potential going up in vapors!


History “Trivia” Questions for Kids

Kids can get in on the “Trivia” fun too! These questions are perfect for young history buffs or as a learning tool for students:

1. Who built the pyramids?

  • British Colony
  • Egyptians
  • Greeks
  • Ulysses S. Grant
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Egyptians

The ancient Egyptians made the Great Pyramids as mausoleums/tombs to the Ancient Kings of Egypt.

2. Who is the Greek God of War?

  • Zeus
  • Poseidon
  • Ares
  • Hercules
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Ares

According to Greek mythology, Ares represents brutal warfare and slaughter. He is the son of the Greek Goddess Hera and the God Zeus.

3. Where was the origin of the Olympic Games?

  • Beijing
  • Thailand
  • Greece
  • Rome
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Greece

The Greek Olympians started it all!

4. Who was the leader of the Nazis?

  • Genghis Khan
  • William McKinley
  • George H.W. Bush
  • Adolf Hitler
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Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler is the Fuhrer and famous German dictator.

5. Which statue does not have any arms?

  • Statue of Liberty
  • Christ the Redeemer
  • Venus de Milo
  • The Little Mermaid
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Venus de Milo

This ancient Greek statue can be found in the Louvre.

6. Who founded McDonald’s?

  • Steve and Michael McDonalds
  • Julia and Robert McDonalds
  • Sarah and Henry McDonalds
  • Richard and Maurice McDonald
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Richard and Maurice McDonald

In the United States, there’re even more McDonald’s restaurants than hospitals.

6. Who was the famous queen that could speak over five languages and had a nose so iconic, it’s got history sniffing for the truth?

  • Cleopatra
  • Queen Elizabeth I
  • Marie Antoinette
  • Queen Victoria
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Cleopatra

Yep, Cleopatra wasn’t just a pretty face; she was a linguistic whiz and had a schnoz that made her silhouette one of a kind!

7. Which American president is on the purple five-dollar bill used during the Civil War?

  • Abraham Lincoln
  • George Washington
  • Ulysses S. Grant
  • Andrew Jackson
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Abraham Lincoln

Back in the day, ol’ Abe not only saved the union but also rocked that groovy purple cash money vibe!

8. What was the secret weapon of the Ancient Greeks used to set enemy ships on fire?

  • Greek Fire
  • Catapults
  • Boiling Oil
  • Giant Bows
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Greek Fire

Talk about hot sauce on the high seas, this flaming weapon kept enemies at bay and their ships extra toasty!

9. Which famous world leader loved to eat chocolate and conquered Aztec Mexico?

  • Hernán Cortés
  • Julius Caesar
  • Alexander the Great
  • Christopher Columbus
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Hernán Cortés

Not only did Cortés have a sweet tooth, but he also had a craving for adventure and new lands!

10. Who is the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean?

  • Bessie Coleman
  • Sally Ride
  • Amelia Earhart
  • Harriet Quimby
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Amelia Earhart

Amelia soared into the history books with her flying feats — and she did it all with aviator goggles and a daring grin!


World History “Trivia” Questions

The world is wide and its history vast and rich. Learn all about it through these world history “Trivia” questions:

1. Where was Jesus born?

  • Bethlehem
  • Cape Town
  • Barcelona
  • City of Jericho
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Bethlehem

Jesus was born on a manger in Bethlehem.

2. What sank the Titanic?

  • A bomb
  • An iceberg
  • Overweight
  • Ship malfunction
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An iceberg

The SS Titanic sank hours after it hit an iceberg in the early 20th century.

3. King Arthur had a…

  • Triangular table
  • Rectangular table
  • Square table
  • Round table
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Round Table

It was on this round table that he met with his knights.

4. What language is the origin of the word ketchup?

  • Spanish
  • Japanese
  • French
  • Chinese
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Chinese

The Chinese word for it is ke-tsiap, meaning a pickled fish sauce.

5. Which country has the Christ the Redeemer?

  • Spain
  • Germany
  • Brazil
  • Philippines
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Brazil

Christ the Redeemer is in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

6. Who founded Amazon?

  • Elon Musk
  • Jeff Bezos
  • Johannes Gutenberg
  • Boris Yeltsin
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Jeff Bezos

He started the business as a bookstore in 1995 in North America.

7. Who famously said, “Let them eat cake”?

  • King Louis XVI
  • Marie Curie
  • Marie Antoinette
  • Julius Caesar
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Marie Antoinette

While Marie Antoinette had a taste for the finer things, she probably never uttered this infamous snack-time suggestion. Cake or not, she definitely left her mark on history—and pastries!

8. What innovation is Leonardo da Vinci NOT credited with dreaming up?

  • Helicopter
  • Submarine
  • The Internet
  • Parachute
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The Internet

Da Vinci was centuries ahead in the dreaming-up-cool-stuff department, but he left us hanging without Wi-Fi. But these Science “Trivia” Questions definitely didn’t, check it out!

9. Which ancient civilization is renowned for its massive stone heads?

  • The Inca
  • The Mayans
  • The Aztecs
  • The Olmecs
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The Olmecs

These guys really got ahead in sculpture—literally! The Olmecs left behind more than just puzzles for historians; they left huge noggin knick-knacks too.

10. What precious metal fueled a rush to the American West in the 19th century?

  • Copper
  • Silver
  • Gold
  • Platinum
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Gold

The Gold Rush had everyone yelling “Eureka!” as they dashed toward the Wild West. Turns out shiny metal was both the journey and the destination!


Ancient History “Trivia” Questions

The world is as old as time, this ancient world of ours holds a lot of history and mysteries. These ancient history “Trivia” questions will take you through some of the world’s greatest civilizations and events.

1. When did the Prehistoric period come to an end?

  • 1000 BC
  • 2000 BC
  • 3000 BC
  • 4000 BC
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3000 BC

The prehistoric era came to an end around 3000 BC.

2. What do you call the Paleolithic age?

  • Golden Age
  • Silver Age
  • Old Stone Age
  • New Stone Age
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Old Stone Age

The other term for the Paleolithic Age is the Old Stone Age while Neolithic is the New Stone Age…

3. Where were the skeletons of the Neanderthal man found?

  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Monaco
  • Egypt
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Germany

The Neanderthal man was found in Neander Valley, Germany.

4. What was the first animal tamed by man?

  • Cats
  • Dogs
  • Lions
  • Bears
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Dogs

Until now, dogs are considered Man’s Best Friend.

5. What was the first metal found by man?

  • Steel
  • Copper
  • Gold
  • Silver
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Copper

It was first found in Egypt and Western Asia.

6. Which pharaoh had the famous Great Pyramid of Giza built as their tomb?

  • Ramesses II
  • Khufu
  • Tutankhamun
  • Cleopatra
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Khufu

Step right up to the wonders of ancient architecture! It was Khufu who called dibs on the Great Pyramid for his eternal ‘house’, ruling the house-flipping game way before it was cool.

7. What was the primary writing material used by ancient Egyptians?

  • Parchment
  • Papyrus
  • Clay tablets
  • Stone slabs
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Papyrus

Ancient Egyptians were the original trendsetters of organic paper, making papyrus the go-to stationery for chiseling out those hieroglyphic to-do lists!

8. Which civilization is known for inventing the wheel?

  • The Mesopotamians
  • The Egyptians
  • The Greeks
  • The Indus Valley Civilization
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The Mesopotamians

Roll out the red carpet for Mesopotamians; these folks spiced up transportation by adding some serious spin to it!

9. How was the legendary city of Atlantis supposedly lost?

  • Earthquake
  • Tsunami
  • Swallowed by the sand
  • Alien abduction
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Earthquake

If Atlantis had an emergency action plan, they totally lost it—literally! Some stories say an earthquake gave the city a shake-down to the seafloor. Talk about a splash in real estate!

10. Who was the Roman god of the sea?

  • Jupiter
  • Mars
  • Vulcan
  • Neptune
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Neptune

Neptune wasn’t just the god of wet ’n’ wild fun—a trident in hand and dolphins for pals, he had the ultimate pool party setup!


American History “Trivia” Questions

The United States has a rich history, filled with notable figures and events that have shaped the nation. Test your knowledge of American history with these “Trivia” questions.

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1. When did the USA claim its independence?

  • June 12, 1776
  • July 4, 1776
  • June 12, 1976
  • July 4, 1976
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July 4, 1776

This is a federal holiday in the United States.

2. Who is the current president of the USA?

  • Elvis Presley
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • Robert E. Lee
  • Joe Biden
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Joe Biden

Joe Biden won this year’s presidential election over his greatest political rival for the presidency, Donald Trump.

3. What year was the first Thanksgiving reportedly celebrated in America?

  • 1492
  • 1621
  • 1776
  • 1863
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1621

Right answer! It’s 1621 when the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag shared an autumn harvest feast. And not a can of cranberry sauce in sight! Check out more Thanksgiving “Trivia” Questions here!

4. Where can you find the Statue of Liberty?

  • Atlanta History Center
  • New York City
  • Los Angeles
  • Pearl Harbor
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New York City

One of the iconic symbols of the city is the Statue of Liberty.

5. What do you call the Wall Street crash of 1929?

  • Black Saturday
  • Black Wednesday
  • Black Sunday
  • Black Thursday
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Black Thursday

It was the day when the stock market crashed.

6. Which U.S. president was known for his cherry tree-chopping honesty?

  • Thomas Jefferson
  • George Washington
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • John Adams
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George Washington

He couldn’t tell a lie, they say! George Washington and his fabled cherry tree tale have been teaching kids about honesty for ages—though, honestly, it’s probably just myth-busting good fun!

7. What is the famous phrase associated with the Alamo?

  • Remember the Alamo!
  • Viva la Alamo!
  • Long Live the Alamo!
  • The Alamo Forever!
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Remember the Alamo!

This rallying cry hasn’t been forgotten, that’s for sure! It was the battle cry of retribution during the Texas Revolution—just don’t ask anyone to recall the specifics of the battle, okay?

8. Who was famously nicknamed “Old Hickory”?

  • Andrew Jackson
  • Ulysses S. Grant
  • James Buchanan
  • Dwight D. Eisenhower
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Andrew Jackson

Tougher than a two-dollar steak and twice as rough around the edges, Andrew Jackson earned his moniker from being as tough as the wood on a hickory tree. Yeehaw!

9. What did the original “Star-Spangled Banner” refer to?

  • A fireworks display
  • An Army uniform
  • The flag of Fort McHenry
  • A patriotic song
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The flag of Fort McHenry

Francis Scott Key saw the broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight at Fort McHenry, and boy, did that sight inspire some epic lyrics!

10. Who first insisted that “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself”?

  • Theodore Roosevelt
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • Herbert Hoover
  • Harry S. Truman
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Franklin D. Roosevelt

FDR might as well have had “Fear Conqueror” on his resume under ‘special skills,’ because his first inaugural speech definitely hit the mark during the Great Depression.


Black History “Trivia” Questions

Black history is a vital part of American history, often overlooked and underrepresented. Test your knowledge of significant figures and events in Black history with these “Trivia” questions.

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1. Who was the first black president of America?

  • John Adams
  • Donald Trump
  • Barack Obama
  • Henry Ford
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Barack Obama

Obama won in 2009 and was president of the USA until 2017.

2. Who is the Father of Black History?

  • Nelson Mandela
  • Carter G. Woodson
  • Barack Obama
  • Martin Luther King
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Carter G. Woodsen

Carter was the son of former slaves and knew the importance of education.

3. Who was the first black female astronaut?

  • Dr. Mae C. Jemison
  • Maggie Lena Walker
  • Alex Haley
  • Shirley Chisholm
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Dr. Mae G. Woodsen

This badass girl raised the banner of every woman out there.

4. In which year did President Lincoln finish and sign the Emancipation Proclamation?

  • 1964
  • 1963
  • 1863
  • 1864
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1863

Thanks to Mr. Abraham Lincoln, Sir!

5. Who was the great jazz musician nicknamed Satchmo?

  • Louis Armstrong
  • Neil Armstrong
  • Jefferson Davis
  • Louis Aldrin
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Louis Armstrong

Satchmo was a trumpeter and a vocalist.

6. Who famously refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus, becoming a pivotal symbol of the Civil Rights Movement?

  • Harriet Tubman
  • Oprah Winfrey
  • Rosa Parks
  • Maya Angelou
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Rosa Parks

They say a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step—or, in Rosa’s case, a single seat! Her action that day wasn’t just about keeping off her feet; it was about standing up for rights!

7. Which landmark Supreme Court case declared state laws establishing separate public schools for black and white students unconstitutional?

  • Brown vs. Board of Education
  • Plessy vs. Ferguson
  • Loving vs. Virginia
  • Regents of the University of California v. Bakke
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Brown vs. Board of Education

Education shouldn’t be black or white, right? Brown vs. Board of Education mixed all the colors and made history with a ruling that changed the face of American schooling—it was truly the class action of a lifetime.

8. What movement, led by young people in the 1960s, fought to end segregation and promote equality?

  • The Pepsi Generation
  • The Hip-Hop Movement
  • The Civil Rights Movement
  • The Millennial Movement
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The Civil Rights Movement

No hashtags needed here; the Civil Rights Movement proved that voice, vigor, and a ton of valiant efforts could really set the stage for change. Talk about trending for a cause!

9. Who shattered the color barrier in Major League Baseball when he debuted with the Brooklyn Dodgers?

  • Michael Jordan
  • Tiger Woods
  • Jack Johnson
  • Jackie Robinson
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Jackie Robinson

Jackie swung for the fences and rounded the bases of equality, knocking prejudice right out of the park. A true all-star move in any playbook!

10. What was the name of the campaign during the 1950s and 1960s that sought to challenge racial segregation in the southern United States through nonviolent protests?

  • The Harlem Renaissance
  • The Tech Revolution
  • The Freedom Summer
  • The Civil Rights Era
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The Freedom Summer

Freedom Summer was like the ultimate summer vacation with a purpose—packed with the spirit of change and camaraderie, and minus the sunburn!


Women’s History “Trivia” Questions

Women’s history is often underrepresented in traditional curricula, but women have played vital roles in shaping the world as we know it. Test your knowledge of important women and their contributions with these “Trivia” questions.

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1. Which female pilot mysteriously disappeared in 1937?

  • Amelia Earhart
  • Carol Moseley Brown
  • Marie Curie
  • Anne Frank
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Amelia Earhart

No one ever knew what happened to Amelia.

2. Who is the famous Iron Lady of the World?

  • Elizabeth Windsor
  • Diana Spencer
  • Camilla Windsor
  • Margaret Thatcher
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Margaret Thatcher

She was the prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990.

3. At what age did Queen Elizabeth ascend to the throne?

  • 18
  • 22
  • 27
  • 30
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27

After her father’s death, Elizabeth became queen in 1953.

4. Who was the first American female poet?

  • Anne Bradstreet
  • Patsy Mink
  • Crystal Eastman
  • Eleanor Roosevelt
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Anne Bradstreet

Her work was published in London in the 1950s.

5. Who was the first female to run for President of the United States in 1872?

  • Victoria Woodhull
  • Rosa Parks
  • Jane Addams
  • Nancy Lopez
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Anne Bradstreet

Anne was an American leader who fought for women’s right to suffrage.

6. Who made history by saying “Houston, we’ve had a problem” but still totally nailed it as an astronaut and physician?

  • Sally Ride
  • Valentina Tereshkova
  • Shannon Lucid
  • Peggy Whitson
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Peggy Whitson

Peggy had enough “space” on her resume as the first female commander of the International Space Station to handle any problem, Houston or otherwise!

7. Which First Lady became a beloved American icon for her restoration of the White House and advocacy for the arts?

  • Eleanor Roosevelt
  • Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
  • Lady Bird Johnson
  • Michelle Obama
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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis turned the White House into a home run of historic proportions, adding a stylish touch to patriotism that charmed not just a nation, but the whole world!

8. Who was a pioneering journalist that stunned the world by traveling around it in less than 80 days?

  • Nellie Bly
  • Anne Newport Royall
  • Ida Tarbell
  • Gloria Steinem
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Nellie Bly

Before there were frequent flyer miles, Nellie Bly earned her street creds by taking speedy globe-trotting to a whole new level—an around-the-world dash that left Jules Verne eating her dust!

9. What daring feminist wrote “The Feminine Mystique” and sparked the second wave of feminism in the US?

  • Betty Friedan
  • Audre Lorde
  • Simone de Beauvoir
  • Gloria Steinem
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Betty Friedan

Betty cracked the ‘mystique’ alright, delivering a literary wake-up call that had women nationwide trading their aprons for some empowering ‘me-time.’

10. Who was not only the first female Supreme Court Justice but also a fierce cowgirl at heart?

  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg
  • Sandra Day O’Connor
  • Elena Kagan
  • Sonia Sotomayor
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Sandra Day O’Connor

Sandra Day O’Connor lassoed her way into the history books, proving the Supreme Court wasn’t just a boys’ club. This cowgirl showed ’em how the West—and the Law—was won!


Religion “Trivia” Questions

Religion has played a prominent role in shaping the world’s cultures and beliefs. Test your knowledge of different religious traditions with these “Trivia” questions.

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1. Who founded Judaism?

  • Jesus
  • Siddhartha Gautama
  • Brahma
  • Abraham
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Abraham

Judaism is the oldest of the Abrahamic religions. Christianity and Islam are Abrahamic religions as well.

2. Who founded Islam?

  • Prophet Muhammad
  • Abu Bakr
  • Khadijah and Fatimah
  • Abu Talib
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Prophet Muhammad

Muslims believe that Muhammad was the final prophet sent by God to reveal their faith to mankind.

3. Who founded Buddhism?

  • Baizhang Huaihai
  • Siddhartha Gautama
  • Dahui Zonggao
  • Dayi Daoxin
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Siddhartha Gautama

In total, there are more than 500 million Buddhists in the world today.

4. Who founded Christianity?

  • Mary and Joseph
  • Cain and Abel
  • Jesus and the Twelve Apostles
  • Adam and Eve
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Jesus and the Twelve Apostles

The history of Christianity begins with the life and death of Jesus.

5. What sea did Moses reportedly part in the Old Testament?

  • Mediterranean Sea
  • Red Sea
  • Dead Sea
  • Caspian Sea
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Red Sea

Let’s just say Moses knew a thing or two about water tricks that would have competitive swimmers diving for tips!

6. Which Hindu god is known as the Destroyer and is part of the holy trinity?

  • Vishnu
  • Shiva
  • Brahma
  • Krishna
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Shiva

Talk about a powerful trio! Shiva really brings the house down when it comes to cosmic dance moves and keeping the universe’s cycle in check!

7. What are the sacred texts of Hinduism called?

  • Vedas
  • Tripitaka
  • Quran
  • Bible
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Vedas

These texts are so old they make vintage look like last season’s fashion—a divine trendsetter’s guide straight out of ancient India.

8. Which religion is known for its Noble Eightfold Path?

  • Shinto
  • Zoroastrianism
  • Buddhism
  • Sikhism
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Buddhism

Let’s venture down the path less traveled—and it’s not just about taking that perfect Instagram-worthy snapshot. It’s about reaching enlightenment, one noble step at a time.

9. Who started the Protestant Reformation by nailing 95 theses to a church door?

  • Henry VIII
  • John Calvin
  • Martin Luther
  • Joan of Arc
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Martin Luther

Who knew a simple carpentry project could nail such a massive impact? Martin Luther did more than just renovations; he reformed an entire establishment!

10. What is the holy book of Sikhism called?

  • Guru Granth Sahib
  • Vedas
  • Tripitaka
  • Quran
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Guru Granth Sahib

This sacred scripture holds thousands of verses of wisdom, providing guidance and inspiration to followers of Sikhism.

History is a fascinating subject, full of stories of triumph, struggle, and innovation. Whether you’re a history buff or just enjoy learning new things, these “Trivia” questions have tested your knowledge and expanded your understanding of the people and events that have shaped our world.

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