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  • 1. 

    On which date was the Battle of Waterloo fought?

    • A.

      Sunday 18 June 1815

    • B.

      Tuesday 30 of February 1815

    • C.

      Sunday 21 July 1815

    • D.

      Monday 15 June 1815

    Correct Answer
    A. Sunday 18 June 1815
    Explanation
    The Battle of Waterloo was fought on Sunday 18 June 1815.

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  • 2. 

    What were the armies of the seventh coalition composed of?

    • A.

      Imperial army of Japan combined with the American army

    • B.

      Anglo-allied army of Britain combined with the Prussian army

    • C.

      The Imperial French army combined with the Anglo-allied army of Britain

    • D.

      Anglo-allied army of Britain and the Imperial Chinese army

    Correct Answer
    B. Anglo-allied army of Britain combined with the Prussian army
    Explanation
    The armies of the seventh coalition were composed of the Anglo-allied army of Britain combined with the Prussian army. This means that the military forces of Britain and Prussia joined together to form the armies that made up the seventh coalition.

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  • 3. 

    What were the two sides of the Battle of Waterloo?

    • A.

      China and Britain

    • B.

      America and Britain

    • C.

      Britain and France

    • D.

      France and America

    Correct Answer
    C. Britain and France
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Britain and France. The Battle of Waterloo was fought on June 18, 1815, between the forces of the French Empire led by Napoleon Bonaparte and the Seventh Coalition, which was primarily composed of British, Dutch, and Prussian troops. The battle marked the final defeat of Napoleon and the end of his reign as Emperor of the French. The British and French forces were the main adversaries in this historic battle.

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  • 4. 

    Who led the Anglo-allied army?

    • A.

      The Duke of Wellington

    • B.

      The Duke of Auckland

    • C.

      Superman

    • D.

      The Duke of England

    Correct Answer
    A. The Duke of Wellington
    Explanation
    The Duke of Wellington led the Anglo-allied army.

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  • 5. 

    Who led the forces against the Anglo-allied army?

    • A.

      Napoleon Bonaparte

    • B.

      Frankenstein

    • C.

      The Duke of Wellington

    • D.

      Gebhard von Blücher

    Correct Answer
    A. Napoleon Bonaparte
    Explanation
    Napoleon Bonaparte led the forces against the Anglo-allied army.

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  • 6. 

    Which nations composed the Anglo-allied army?

    • A.

      America United Kingdom Prussia United Provinces Hanover Nassau

    • B.

      United Kingdom Prussia United Provinces Hanover Nassau Brunswick

    • C.

      United Kingdom Prussia United Provinces Japan Korea Australia

    • D.

      United Kingdom Australia Newzealand Canada

    Correct Answer
    B. United Kingdom Prussia United Provinces Hanover Nassau Brunswick
    Explanation
    The Anglo-allied army was composed of the United Kingdom, Prussia, United Provinces, Hanover, Nassau, and Brunswick.

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  • 7. 

    Who succeeded the throne after the defeat of the French at Waterloo?

    • A.

      Louis XVIII

    • B.

      Louis XV

    • C.

      Louis II

    • D.

      Chuck Norris

    Correct Answer
    A. Louis XVIII
    Explanation
    After the defeat of the French at Waterloo, Louis XVIII succeeded the throne. He became the King of France in 1814 after the fall of Napoleon Bonaparte. Louis XVIII was the brother of Louis XVI, who was executed during the French Revolution. Louis XVIII's reign marked the restoration of the Bourbon monarchy in France. He implemented several reforms and attempted to reconcile with the revolutionary ideals while maintaining the monarchy's power.

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