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Callum & Ian's History Quizzes To Get Your Brain Cells Working - Part 2 - LGBT People Of History
This Second quiz is based on 'LGBT People Of History'. Many of you have read our 100 hubs covering LGBT People of History, and it is there where you will find your answers.
We hope you enjoy interacting and learning with us.
Callum and Ian.
(calpol25 & alian346)
Here Are The Instructions
1 - Get a pen or pencil and a piece of paper.
2 - Answer the questions below on your piece of paper.
3 - Then check your answers to the answers below
4 - Answer the poll and tell me how many you really got right.
Please don't lie and cheat by going to the answers straight away, have an attempt and if you dont know the answer, move on to the next question.
Come on this is fun and I am sure you will all enjoy it.
Jane Addams was the first woman to receive which famous award in 1931?
A - Turner Prize
B - Nobel Peace Prize
C - Knighthood
D - Olympic Medal
Sappho was from which famous Greek Island?
A - Crete
B - Kos
C - Lesbos
D - Korfu
Willem Arondeous was executed by the Nazis in 1943, but which country did he come from?
A - The Netherlands
B - Germany
C - Greece
D - France
In which year did Noel Coward receive his knighthood becoming Sir Noel Coward?
A - 1942
B - 1957
C - 1969
D - 1972
Guy Burgess & Anthony Blunt formed part of which famous spy ring?
A - The Oxford Seven
B - The Cambridge Five
C - The Manchester Eleven
D - The Glasgow Dozen
Well done everyone you have completed the first five questions!!!
Now its time to go and have a break and do what it is you like to do, listen to some music, have a ciggy, make a cup of tea, coffee or like me or have a nervous breakdown in the corner...
Once you have finished, strap your self in for the next five questions.
Billy Strayhorn collaborated with which famous band leader and composer?
A - Benny Goodman
B - Glenn Miller
C - Duke Ellington
D - The Supremes
Oscar Wilde was born on which date in Dublin?
A - 17th November 1855
B - 14th June 1863
C - 16th October 1854
D - 27th January 1843
What year did Leonardo Da Vinci die?
A - 1419
B - 1519
C - 1619
D - 1719
In what city did Gertrude Stein meet Alice B Toklas for the first time in 1907?
A - Berlin
B - Stockholm
C - Brussels
D - Paris
Which film was James Dean's first major role?
A - East Of Eden
B - Rebel Without A Cause
C - Giant
D - From Here To Eternity
You have done the Quiz, and now its time to have a cup of tea, coffee, a lie down, ciggy or even nervous break down and what ever else you like to do.
But relax you have done it, after your cup of what ever, its time to mark your answers, you will find my answers to the questions below and please be honest when you take the vote and tell me how many you really got right.
Thanks again for having a go at the second quiz, and hope that you have enjoyed it. :)
How Many Questions Did You Get Right?
The Answers To The Ten Questions
Question 1 - (B) Nobel Peace Prize
Question 2 - (C) Lesbos
Question 3 - (A) The Netherlands
Question 4 - (C) 1969
Question 5 - (B) The Cambridge Five
Question 6 - (C) Duke Ellington
Question 7 - (C) 16th October 1854
Question 8 - (B) 1519
Question 9 - (D) Paris
Question 10 - (A) East Of Eden
Fancy A Go At Another One
- Callum & Ian's History Quizzes To Get Your Brain Cells Working - Part 1 - The Holocaust
Come and have a go at my Quiz on the holocaust.