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- Historically, French kings have been crowned in which of its city's cathedral?
- In which month of the year was the Battle of Hastings? And in modern history, which month saw the 1969 moon landing?
- Which king died from a lung infection, aged 15, in 1553?
- Name the first significant battle in the Jacobite Rising of 1745?
- In the early part of the 18th Century where did public executions in London take place?
- In late 14th century England, which sect led by John Wycliffe began questioning the practices and beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church?
- Which king ruled England from 1016 to 1035?
- Which 1739 to 1748 historical conflict between Britain and Spain is today known by the name first coined by Thomas Carlyle in 1858?
- Berlin became the capital of the which kingdom in 1701?
- How did Napoleonic French soldier Pierre-Francois Bouchard make a name for himself in July 1799?
- Whose book, Prayers or Meditations, became the first book published by an English queen under her own name?
- What name was given to the rule by the British in the Indian subcontinent between 1858 and 1947?
- Which country defeated Russia in a 1904 to 1905 war?
- In the mid-18th century what were the Oratorical Hall, Middlesex Forum, and the University for Rational Amusements?
- What name was given to the English Parliament after Colonel Thomas Pride purged the Long Parliament in 1648?
- Who was the British Prime Minister at the time of the French Revolution?
- The peace treaty that ended the War of 1812 between the U.S.A. and the United Kingdom was signed in which Belgian city?
- From the late 11th to the beginning of the 13th century, the Domesday Book was kept at the royal Treasury in which city?
- Lady Jane Grey (often known as the Nine Days Queen) was the great-granddaughter of which English king?
- In 1936, 100,000 people including Winston Churchill went to Sydenham Hill to watch the blaze and final destruction of which famous building?
- October (1066). July (1969).
- Edward VI
- The Battle of Prestonpans
- King Cnut
- The War of Jenkins' Ear
- He found the Rosetta Stone
- Catherine Parr's
- The British Raj
- Debating Societies
- The Rump Parliament
- William Pitt the Younger (PM in 1783 at the age of 24, and left office in 1801)
- Ghent (called the Treaty of Ghent)
- Henry VII
- The Crystal Palace
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