Chapter 3 Test 4

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Elizabeth I was the younger daughter of which King?
When did the First World War end?
Which British scientist was awarded a Nobel Prize for discovering the structure of the DNA molecule?
When did people learn how to make bronze?
Who was Boudicca?
What actions did Henry VII take after his victory in the Wars of the Roses?
Who became Prime Minister of the UK in May 2010?
How were Elizabeth I and ‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ related?
Choose the correct answer, the Middle Ages was:
What does the acronym NATO stand for?
What characterised the people from the Bronze Age?
What is the name of the event that refers to the 6 June 1944 when Allied Forces landed in Normandy aiming to attack Hitler’s forces in Western Europe during World War II?
Which British Prime Minister led the Conservative government from 1979 to 1990?
Which of the following civilisations is known for having built roads and public buildings, creating a structure of law and having introduced new plants and animals in Britain?
What marked the beginning of what is called ‘constitutional monarchy’?
When was the Turing machine discovered?
During which period were the House of Lords and House of Commons established?
How many years did Queen Victoria reign for?
What is the name of Admiral Nelson’s ship?
What are the British scientists Sir Ian Wilmot and Keith Campbell famous for?
Which of the following was one of the commanders in the defeat of the Spanish Armada and one of the founders of England’s naval tradition?
Who was the inventor of the World Wide Web?
When did the Wars of the Roses start?
When did the UK join the European Economic Community (EEC)?

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