Warning: include_once(/home/customer/www/triviaroo.com/public_html/wp-content/plugins/monit.php): failed to open stream: Permission denied in /home/customer/www/triviaroo.com/public_html/wp-settings.php on line 409

Warning: include_once(): Failed opening '/home/customer/www/triviaroo.com/public_html/wp-content/plugins/monit.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/local/php74/pear') in /home/customer/www/triviaroo.com/public_html/wp-settings.php on line 409
World History Trivia: 23 Quiz Questions & Answers | Triviaroo
  1. Home
  2. /
  3. Free Questions
  4. /
  5. World History Trivia Questions...
are you ready for some free trivia?

Let’s see if you can answer

World History Trivia Questions and Answers



#1. Cambria, is which language’s an old name, for Wales?

#2. In 1998 low flying military aircraft caused the death of 20 people in a cable car in which country?

#3. Name the anti-apartheid activist born in South Africa in 1946 who died in police custody in 1977. [Steve —-]

#4. Antoinette Poisson was the real name of which of Louis XV of Frances mistresses? [Madame de P——–]

#5. At which battle did Napoleon beat the Austrians? [M——]

#6. Between 1949 and 1990, which city was the capital of West Germany? [—-]

#7. Bismarck’s war policy in the 19th century was summed up in three words: Blut und Eisen. What is an English translation? [B—- and I—]

#8. Born 63 BC died 14 AD, ruler of the Roman Empire. [J—– C—– A——-]

#9. During the French Revolution, what was the name given to the working class revolutionaries of Paris? [Sans C——-]

#10. Ekaterina Djugashvili called her son Soso; by what name was he better known to the rest of the world? [——]

#11. Given to Oscar Schindler and Captain Frank Foley, the high honour Righteous among the nations is given by which country?

#12. Goodbye Emil, my trusted friend, We’ve known each other since we were nine or ten’

#13. Having legendary wealth, who was the last King of Lydia? [C—–s]

#14. In 1889, what took over from the Great Pyramid as the tallest building in the world?

#15. In 1922 what was discovered by the archaeologist Howard Carter? [The tomb of ———–]

#16. In 1945 the United Nations set up the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. What is this bank normally called?

#17. In 1948, Albert Einstein was offered the presidency of which country?

#18. In 1971, East Pakistan became which independent nation?

#19. In January, Russia began to circulate new coinage to guard against the risk of inflation. What is the unit of currency in Russia? [The —–]

#20. The leader of the Bolsheviks, considered by many to be the founder of the USSR, is popularly known as Vladimir Lenin. By what name was he known at birth? [V——- I—– U——]

#21. The city of Rome, according to legend, was founded by two brothers. What were their names? [R—— and R—-]

#22. The Strait of Hormuz connects the Persian Gulf to what body of water? [G— of O—]

#23. President Harry S. Truman said, “You cannot stop the [sp—- of a- i—] by passing a law against it.”


Latest Trivia Packs

More free questions!

The Redstone might be found in Minecraft

but it is definitely not a dolphin!

To learn more about our  amazing world and our secret ways of enhancing your Quiz Mastery – why not sign up for our newsletter below or get in touch to let us know what you’re looking for.

You got it!

That’s right. We do all of the above with care and precision. We love trivia (can you tell?) and we want to give you that passion for trivial knowledge too so you can share all the craziness that this wonderful universe has to offer in your own little crazy way, in your own little crazy place!

Need to know more?

sign up for our newsletter

Get to know our secrets on running a better trivia night! Sign up below.