Difficult Questions: History
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Which Roman king is considered the founder of Roman religion?
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Where were the 1924 Summer Olympics held?
Who was considered to have suffered premature death in East Slavs religion?
All of them
The 1990s were heavily influenced by . . .
H1N1 flu pandemic
The hippie culture
The introduction of the euro
Which country became independent from the United Kingdom through the Declaration of 1922?
Which strategically important neutral island country did the UK invade on the 10th of May 1940?
Name the campaign of political repression in the Soviet Union which occurred from 1936 to 1938.
First Red Scare
Night of the Long Knives
Which German physicist formulated the quantum theory in 1900 and in 1918 was awarded the Nobel prize for Physics?
On average, how often was a child born in the US at the height of the post-WWII baby boom period?
When did the first New York St. Patrick's Day parade take place?
Who united Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt?
Name the first Christian Frankish king.
Pippin the Short
Louis the Pious
What US President issued the first official White House Card?
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Dwight D. Eisenhower
State ... was admitted to the Union on Feb. 14, 1859 as the 33rd state.
Give the name of the huge and mysterious explosion that took place in Siberia in 1908.
What was the name of the uprising that took place on a night in late June 1969, when LGBT people resisted, for the first time, a police raid, and rebelled openly in the streets of Manhattan, New York City, US?
The Stonewall Riots
The Manhattan Riots
The Gay Pride Riots
The Liberation Riots
How many deities did the ancient Egyptians have?
More than 100
More than 500
More than 1,000
More than 2,000
What is St. Patrick's original name?
Eachann Mac Fhlannchaidh
This civilisation is named after a legendary king. It flourished on Crete in 2000 BC.
According to widely-accepted legend, St. Valentine was...
A patron saint of marriage
A Roman Priest
A French poet