Chapter 3 Test 3

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Which of the following words comes from the Norman French (choose ONE option)?
Catherine Parr, the sixth wife of Henry VIII, was Anne Boleyn’s cousin:
What was the symbol of York during the Wars of the Roses?
During which movement the Parliament passed laws giving women the right to equal pay and made it illegal for employees to discriminate against women because of their gender:
Where can you find a statue of Boudicca, the queen of the Iceni and one of the tribal leaders who fought against the Romans?
For how long was Britain a republic under the leadership of Oliver Cromwell?
Who became one of the most popular monarchs in English history, particularly after 1588, when the English defeated the Spanish Armada?
When did the ‘Concorde‘ aircraft retire from service?
When did the Allies defeat Germany marking the end of the Second World War?
During the Middle Ages, England was an important trading nation and people came to England from abroad to trade and also to work. Where did the weavers come from?
Throughout the 1990s, Britain played a leading role in coalition forces involved in the liberation of Kuwait, following the Iraqi invasion in 1990, and the conflict in the former Republic of Yugoslavia:
The ‘swinging sixties’ was a period of significant social change and it was known for its growth in:
Which prehistoric village located in northern Europe has helped archaeologists to understand more about how people lived near the end of the Stone Age?
During the Middle Ages, a Parliament was developed in Scotland, which had three Houses called Estates. These were:
Which of the following scientific discoveries helped the progress of the Industrial Revolution?
Who where the parents of Elizabeth I?
Which of the following areas did the British Empire NOT occupy during the Victorian period?
Who were the first people to live in Britain in what we call the Stone Age?
Which of the following statements regarding the Black Death is NOT true?
Who was reigning in Britain when Wales became formally united with England by the Act for the Government of Wales?
The Elizabethan period is known for the richness of its poetry and drama, especially for the plays and poems of which playwright?
Which flag has a diagonal red cross on a white ground?
What is the name of the best preserved prehistoric village in northern Europe and which origin traces back to the Stone Age?
After the Black Death, new social classes appeared in England, including owners of large areas of land known as:

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