Trivia Crack Answers – History (ALL ANSWERS)

  • Welcome to the ‘History’ category of the hit trivia game ‘Trivia Crack’. Below is all the answers to this category. This fun trivia game is developed by Etermax and is available on iPhone, iPad, iPod and Android, This game is even available on Facebook.If you think were missing something please let us know down below. As mentioned below the table we’ve had some issues but this wont stop you from collecting your answers to your favorite game.

    You can compete against friends in real time, Now whats funner then defeating all your mates? Nothing. You can compete with your friends in all sorts of categories (Answers available here) such as Sports, History, Art, Geography, Entertainment and Science. This game is a free game but you are induced with ads, Want an ad free version? Well you can purchase your way to that.

    When you begin the game you are greeted with a wheel type thing where you will ‘Spin to win’ so to speak and whatever it lands on will be the category you will play. Every category has its own character. The first player to win all categories and collect all characters wins the game. Every game has a maximum of 25 rounds. As you play you will earn coins for each correct answer you make. Now their are some tricky questions and this is where we come in, Below is the history category and the others will be featured in the category ‘Trivia Crack’ or located in all games in the sidebar. This is your best bet if you aren’t interested in spending money on coins. NOW LETS WIN! As per the entertainment category, We’ve broken our tables. How? We don’t know :). So for now we have to do without, Hope you don’t mind.

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    Question: Who gave their name to a continent?
    Answer: Amerigo Vespucci
    Question: What was Osama bin Laden’s code name?
    Answer: Geronimo
    Question: Who was the first king of Rome, according to the Roman tradition?
    Answer: Romulus
    Question: When did World War 2 End?
    Answer: 1945
    Question: How many sacraments are in the Catholic Church?
    Answer: 7 sacraments
    Question: To what historical event would you relate the tank man or unknown rebel?
    Answer: Protests in Tiananmen Square, Beijing
    Question: Some say World War II began in 1931, when Japan conquered which region of China?
    Answer: Manchuria
    Question: Who founded Playboy magazine?
    Answer: Hugh Hefner
    Question: What does Mesolithic mean?
    Answer: Middle Stone Age
    Question: What year did the My Lai massacre take place?
    Answer: 1968
    Question: Who held the famous I have a dream speech in 1963?
    Answer: Martin Luther King
    Question: When did men first travel to space?
    Answer: 1961
    Question: What year did the Berlin wall fall?
    Answer: 1989
    Question: Who won the battle of Gettysburg?
    Answer: The Union
    Question: Who was Britain’s longest-reigning monarch?
    Answer: Queen Victoria
    Question: What was the main problem of the Luftwaffe during the Second World War?
    Answer: Lack of fuel
    Question: What year was America discovered?
    Answer: 1492
    Question: What was Sally Ride the first American woman to do?
    Answer: Go into outer space
    Question: Who in 1964, was the first person other than royalty, to appear on a British postage stamp?
    Answer: Shakespeare
    Question: How many popes from the House of Borgia have there been?
    Answer: 3
    Question: What year did the Gulf War Start?
    Answer: 1990
    Question: Where was Jesus of Nazareth born?
    Answer: Bethlehem
    Question: Henry VIII created his own church so he could divorce which wife?
    Answer: Catherine of Aragon
    Question: Who is the historical inspiration for the character Dracula?
    Answer: Vlad the Impaler
    Question: What is ‘Furor Teutonicus’?
    Answer: Roman proverb
    Question: What did ancient Egyptians use to write?
    Answer: Papyrus
    Question: What city was divided in two after the Second World War?
    Answer: Berlin
    Question: Which was the war pictured in the Homeric poem, the Iliad?
    Answer: Trojan War
    Question: After WWII, what country lost much of its eastern territory to Russia, but did pick up much of Pomerania, Silesia and East Prussia?
    Answer: Poland
    Question: How many people died in the Munich massacre of 1972?
    Answer: 17
    Question: Lawrence of Arabia worked for what secret services?
    Answer: British secret services
    Question: Which of the following was an ally of the Russian Empire during the First World War?
    Answer: France
    Question: What year did the Titanic sink?
    Answer: 1912
    Question: What religious war was ordered by Pope Urban 2 to capture the Holy Land for Christianity?
    Answer: The crusades
    Question: What country did USA purchase Alaska from?
    Answer: Russia
    Question: What was the name of the list of books forbidden by the Church, created in 1559?
    Answer: Index Librorum Prohibitorum
    Question: Operation Barbarossa was the name of the German invasion of what country?
    Answer: USSR
    Question: What is the name of Prince Williams son?
    Answer: George
    Question: What was the weapon the most used by pirates?
    Answer: Sabre
    Question: Where did the Bolshevik Revolution take place?
    Answer: Russia
    Question: Which civilization constructed the Machu Picchu?
    Answer: Incas
    Question: What were the names given to the atomic bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
    Answer: Little Boy and Fat Man
    Question: Who were the victims of the German terrorist group Baader-Meinhof?
    Answer: Fascists
    Question: Which was the weapon of choice for Samurais?
    Answer: Katana
    Question: Who was the dictator of Germany and took over most of Europe during the 194Os?
    Answer: Hitler
    Question: What year was the Popular Republic of China founded?
    Answer: 1949
    Question: When did the construction of the Titanic begin?
    Answer: March 31 in 1909
    Question: What Wonder of the Ancient World was in what is Iraq today?
    Answer: Hanging gardens of Babylon
    Question: What was the name Romans gave to Great Britain?
    Answer: Britannia
    Question: Who was the first president of the United States?
    Answer: George Washington
    Question: Who is the Greek goddess of love?
    Answer: Aphrodite
    Question: John Fitzgerald Kennedy was killed in what city?
    Answer: Dallas
    Question: What animal did the ancient Egyptians consider gods?
    Answer: Cats
    Question: Iceland became independent of what country in 1918?
    Answer: Denmark
    Question: Which email-generated craze from the USA gathered momentum in the UK in 2003?
    Answer: Flash Mobbing
    Question: In Greek mythology, how was Achilles heel injured?
    Answer: An arrow
    Question: What year was the United Nations formed?
    Answer: 1945
    Question: What’s the name of the Greek god of wine?
    Answer: Dionysus
    Question: What language do Latin languages come from?
    Answer: Latin
    Question: Who discovered the sea route to India?
    Answer: Vasco Da Gama
    Question: In Greek mythology, who is the father of Zeus, Poseidon and Hades?
    Answer: Kronos
    Question: Which two countries reunited in 1976 after 22 years of separation?
    Answer: North and South Vietnam
    Question: Who was the first king of England?
    Answer: William
    Question: What British king of the Middle Age was nicknamed ‘Lion Heart’?
    Answer: King Richard
    Question: Where did Hitler write ‘Mein Kampf’?
    Answer: In prison
    Question: Who of the following didn’t participate in the Cuban Revolution?
    Answer: Hugo Chavez
    Question: When did Albania declare its independence?
    Answer: 1912
    Question: Where is tomato originally from?
    Answer: Mexico
    Question: Which country officially received the exiled Spaniards under Franco’s dictatorship?
    Answer: Mexico
    Question: Where was Pearl Harbor, the military based attacked by the Japanese army was located?
    Answer: Hawaii
    Question: What’s the substance used in churches characterized by releasing smoke?
    Answer: Incense
    Question: Police dogs are usually which of the following breeds?
    Answer: German shepherd
    Question: What starts with ‘Four score and seven years ago’ ?
    Answer: Gettysburg Address
    Question: Romulus and Remus were breastfed by…
    Answer: A wolf
    Question: What leaves did Romans wear on their head to symbolize victory?
    Answer: Laurel leaves
    Question: What is the mascot used by the American government to promote the preservation of forests?
    Answer: Smokey the Bear
    Question: What year did Bosnia and Herzegovina emancipate from Yugoslavia?
    Answer: 1992
    Question: Who designed the Montgolfier hot-air balloon?
    Answer: Montgolfier brothers
    Question: What was the name of Spain when it was a part of the Roman Empire?
    Answer: Hispania
    Question: Which country first started the construction of the Panama Canal?
    Answer: France
    Question: They started in 1096 and continued until the 14th century. What are we talking about?
    Answer: The Crusades
    Question: What was the Tlatelolco Massacre?
    Answer: Repression against students in Mexico
    Question: Whose motto is ‘We are a legion. We don’t forgive. We don’t forget?
    Answer: Anonymous
    Question: Who said ‘I have a dream’?
    Answer: Martin Luther King, Jr
    Question: Where was Martin Luther King, Jr. born?
    Answer: Atlanta, GA
    Question: What hurricane caused in 2005 the greatest money loss to the United States?
    Answer: Katrina
    Question: Who was the first US President to resign from office?
    Answer: Richard Nixon
    Question: What year did New York’s Twin Towers fall?
    Answer: 2001
    Question: What was the name given to Napoleon’s army?
    Answer: La Grande Armée
    Question: What event is known in Gaelic as An Gorta Mr, meaning the Great Hunger?
    Answer: Irish Potato Famine
    Question: What was the name of the Propaganda Minister in Hitler’s Germany?
    Answer: Joseph Goebbels
    Question: Who created the Line Production to increase productivity?
    Answer: H Ford
    Question: In October 2003, which nation became the third one sending a man into space?
    Answer: China
    Question: Which countries were part of the Grand Alliance during Second World War?
    Answer: Great Britain, USA and Russia
    Question: Who are the three sons of Cronus?
    Answer: Poseidon, Hades and Zeus
    Question: Which of the following is not a religion?
    Answer: Darwinism
    Question: When was the Declaration of Independence of the United States adopted?
    Answer: July 4th
    Question: Who of the following was one of the greatest defenders of the black population in the United States and was murdered in 1968 for this reason?
    Answer: Martin Luther King
    Question: What was the name of Adolf Hitler’s wife?
    Answer: Eva
    Question: Who led the Scottish warriors into battle against England?
    Answer: Sir Williams Wallace
    Question: Which countries made up ‘Axis of Evil’ during World War 2?
    Answer: Germany, Italy and Japan
    Question: Who was Zoroaster?
    Answer: Prophet
    Question: What was the last Russian Imperial family?
    Answer: The Romanovs
    Question: What was the name of the American secret project with the purpose of building the first atomic bomb in history?
    Answer: Manhattan Project
    Question: Protestantism was born in what country?
    Answer: Germany
    Question: What was the name of the Austrian Empire after the revolution of 1848?
    Answer: Austro-Hungarian Empire
    Question: The Philippines was discovered by Europeans in what year?
    Answer: 1521
    Question: The Bubonic Plague that killed a quarter of the world’s population during the middle ages was caused by what agent?
    Answer: Fleas
    Question: ln which year did the first man walk on the moon?
    Answer: 1969
    Question: What does plutocracy mean?
    Answer: Rule by the wealthy
    Question: Who was defeated in the Battle of Waterloo?
    Answer: Napoleon Bonaparte
    Question: How many years did the Hundred Years’ War last?
    Answer: 116 years
    Question: Who invented the alphabet?
    Answer: Phoenicians
    Question: When did the First intifada take place?
    Answer: 1987
    Question: The country of Bolivia is named after which patriot?
    Answer: Simon Bolivar
    Question: What did John D. Dunlop invent?
    Answer: The tire
    Question: Where did the Bloody Sunday of 1905 take place?
    Answer: Russia
    Question: ln Greek mythology which goddess is Zeus’s wife?
    Answer: Hera
    Question: What kind of material was the Declaration of independence made of?
    Answer: Hemp
    Question: What was Henry Ford’s profession?
    Answer: Entrepreneur
    Question: What was the last European city visited by John F. Kennedy before he was murdered?
    Answer: Berlin
    Question: Who controlled England before the Norman Invasion in 1066?
    Answer: Saxons
    Question: What indigenous ethnia built Chichen Itza?
    Answer: Mayans
    Question: According to the Bible, Jesus delivered the Beatitudes as part of his ‘Sermon on theÛ_’?
    Answer: Sermon on the Mount
    Question: How did Madame Currie die?
    Answer: Radiation poisoning
    Question: Who was not a Roman Emperor?
    Answer: Parallax
    Question: Where is the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte?
    Answer: Les Invalides, Paris
    Question: What army did the 300 represent?
    Answer: Spartan army
    Question: Where were the Jewish deported after Nebuchadnezzars conquest of Jerusalem?
    Answer: Babylon
    Question: Where was John F Kennedy Jr assassinated?
    Answer: Dallas
    Question: Who invented the printing press?
    Answer: Gutenberg
    Question: What year did the Mexican Revolution start?
    Answer: 1910
    Question: What South American country had a monarchy for more than 60 years?
    Answer: Brazil
    Question: What city is still governed by the Grimaldi family?
    Answer: Monaco
    Question: What kind of writing did the Egyptians use?
    Answer: Hieroglyphic
    Question: Which British Prime Minister won a Nobel Prize for Literature?
    Answer: Winston Churchill
    Question: Where was the first astronaut in history from?
    Answer: Soviet Union
    Question: Who won in 2009 the Nobel Peace Prize?
    Answer: Barack Obama
    Question: What city was founded by Alexander the Great?
    Answer: Alexandria

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