Chapter 3 Test 9

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The line ‘a rose by any other name’ belongs to which of the following plays or poems written by William Shakespeare?
Which British scientist made important discoveries working with steam power?
When was the first television broadcast made?
Who invented the hovercraft?
Which of the following events relates to the German bombing of London and other cities at night time during the World War II?
Which of the following social changes took place during the ‘Swinging Sixties’?
Where was Emmeline Pankhurst born?
Which of the following is a British invention from the 20th century?
When did Winston Churchill die?
During the 17th century there were two main groups in Parliament, which were known as:
When was the Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU) established?
Under which Act was the United Kingdom of Great Britain created?
When did the first farmers arrive in Britain?
For which purpose was the Statute of Rhuddlan introduced?
When did Henry VIII start reining? 
In May 2010, the Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties formed a coalition and the leader of the Liberal Democrat Party, David Cameron, became Prime Minister: 
Which hill fort from the Iron Age can be seen in the county of Dorset?
What was the biggest source of employment in Britain before the 18th century?
Why was the ‘Habeas Corpus Act’ of 1679 an important piece of legislation?
Who was Prime Minister in England from 1721 to 1742?
The Battle of Hastings  is commemorated in a great piece of embroidery, which is known as:
Which of the following countries did NOT join the European Economic Community when it was first formed in 1957 (choose ONE option)?
When was Ireland divided into two countries?
The Middle Ages or medieval times relate to the time that goes from the period after the Norman Conquest until the year:

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