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History Brain Busters – True or False Quiz – Part 3

History Brain Busters – True or False Quiz (Part 3).

Continuing our series of general quizzes encapsulating all of human history, we present to you History Brain Busters True or False Part Three. This quiz will borrow from every topic from art to geography so long as it has historical relevance. A truly rounded education will be of use here. With such a broad range of subjects and time frames to choose from, specialization is out the window. However, with that aspect of specialization removed, these questions will focus on more surface-level information regarding the various subjects we are going to cover.

Odd facts and iconic individuals are going to be at the forefront of our material here. Yet, a fifty-fifty chance is offered to you through our True or False motif which we are reintroducing with this one. With less options to choose, a random guess is more likely to bring you victory. Nonetheless, we encourage you to truly give this quiz your best shot in order to truly test your knowledge on the various elements that make up human history.

How much do you know about general history? Take our True or False Quiz to find out.

Good Luck taking the History Brain Busters – True or False Quiz (Part 3)!

Instructions: ¬†Answer each question to the best of your ability. ¬†Once you select an answer, an orange “Continue” button will appear and allow you to move to the next question.

Good Luck!

George Washington crossed the Delaware to fight mercenaries on Christmas night.
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Genghis Khan refused to invade Korea because he thought the land was haunted.
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Japan's new system of government following World War Two was based on a constitution drafter in part by General Douglas MacArthur.
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The Pharaoh known as Ozymandias was Ramses II.
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Leif Erikson is the name of a Viking explorer who landed in North America almost 500 years before Christopher Columbus.
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Chief Little Turtle of the Miami died at the Battle of Fallen Timbers.
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In the World Wars, British soldiers were often known by the nickname "Tommies."
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The name Mansa Musa refers to Emperor Musa I of Mali.
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The oldest known novel in all of human history is The Tale of Genji.
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King Philip I was the only ever Muslim King of Spain.
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The famous 220-280 A. D. period in the history of China which was marked with conflict and legends is called The Five Kingdoms Period.
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The pheasant was the official bird of Nazi Germany.
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During the French Revolution, King Louis XVI and his immediate family were all boiled alive in a massive cauldron in Paris.
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The French Reign of Terror refers to the reign of Napoleon Bonaparte as Emperor.
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Stonehenge was built during the Bronze Age.
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In times of famine, some Eskimo tribes would send their members adrift by sending them off on floats of ice to die away from the tribe.
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The U.S.A. Supreme Court is not allowed to hold a trial on a Sunday out of religious observance.
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Caligula once appointed his favorite horse to be a senator.
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The group of people who were killed at Waco, Texas in the infamous 1993 siege were called the Church of the New Christ.
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The influential philosophy text Utopia was a work by H.G. Wells.
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King George III of England hired artists to construct mannequins that looked like his political opponents which George would then destroy in fits of frustration.
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The Norman people who settled in France originated from Viking lands.
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The Battle of Gettysburg produced the most casualties of any battle in human history.
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The artist Claude Monet cut off his own ear to paint a unique self-portrait.
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Simon Bolivar led revolutions that freed six nations from pain's imperialistic control.
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President Woodrow Wilson was charged with manslaughter after leaving office.
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The Eiffel Tower's design was originally meant to have eight legs, but the builders misinterpreted the plans.
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Writer Alexander Pope drowned while trying to swim across the English Channel.
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The Incas were convinced the shape of the Earth was that of a banana.
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Historians think the first humans to enter the Americas came from a land bridge that spanned the Bering Sea during the Ice Age.
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Make sure you have taken our other True or False quizzes in the series as well:

Bizarre History – True or False Quiz

History Brain Busters – True or False Quiz (Part 2)