Revolution Quizzes & Trivia

Did you know how the American Revolution began and when it started? What about the French revolution? Who were the parties involved? Challenge yourself with the online revolution quizzes to tease your brain and pit your wits.
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How prepared are you for the exposition

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    Who was the leader of the revolution?

This is a quiz over the French Revolution and the Industrial Revolution to make sure you know the information that we learned today. 

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    Where did the Industrial Revolution Begin?

Choose the letter of the best answer.

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    All of the following were activities for Paleolithic nomads EXCEPT

Class quiz, 10 questions, for beginning study of the American Revolution.

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    Which country fought against the Colonies in the American Revolution?


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      A hound that speaks when it is not hunting is said to be a babbler or babbling.

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Revolution Questions & Answers


Why was there such a strong hate for Catholicism in the leaders of the Revolution?
There was strong hate for Catholicism in the leaders of the Revolution because the Catholic Church represented what they hated. At that time, the leaders of Revolution were against the leadership and monarchy at the time. The aristocracy, the rich an
What were the consequences of the British and American victory in the French and Indian Wars?
One consequence of the British and American victory in the French and Indian War was that a new spirit of independence arose, as the French threat disappeared. The American didn't adopt several French customs. At the end of the war, the British took
What did Thomas Paine argue (in common sense)?
Thomas Paine is famous for writing Common Sense. This is a pamphlet written in 1775-76 advocating that the 13 colonies gain their independence from Great Britain. Paine put forth both moral and political arguments for encouraging common people to fig
Why did the Parliament pass the Molasses Act?
But didn't the colnies want more money, thats why they made the tax higher
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