Question QFB1 : The Second World War lasted from 1939 to _________
Answer: 1945

Question QFB2 : __________ is the author of the Communist Manifesto
Answer: Karl Marx

Question QFB3 : ____ is regarded as Chief amongst Greek philosophers
Answer: Socrates

Question QFB4 : Philosophers like Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, were associated with the ____________Empire.
Answer: Greek

Question QFB5 : The Roman Empire extended from Arabia to________
Answer: Britannia

Question QFB6 : The Hellenic society was organized on the basis of city-states, known as ___________
Answer: Polis

Question QFB7 : Democracy emanated from __________
Answer: Athens

Question QFB8 : _____________ was the method of reasoning developed by Socrates
Answer: Elenchus

Question QFB9 : The Hellenic city-states founded a large number of colonies on the shores of the Black ___________
Answer: Sea

Question QFB10 : Ancient Greece is the civilization belonging to the period of Greek history lasting from the Archaic period of the 8th to 6th centuries BC to ___________________
Answer: 146 BC

Question QFB11 : Classical Greek culture had a powerful influence on the Roman ____________
Answer: Empire

Question QFB12 : Greeks adopted the Phoenician alphabet, modifying it to create the Greek__________
Answer: Alphabet

Question QFB13 : The advent of the democracy cured many of the ills of Athens and led to a __________age for the Athenians.
Answer: Golden

Question QFB14 : The conquests of _____________had numerous consequences for the Greek city-states.
Answer: Alexander

Question QFB15 : Athens fell under a tyranny in the second half of the ___________ century
Answer: 6th

Question QFB16 : The Greek Empire was displaced and replaced by the___________ Empire
Answer: Roman

Question QFB17 : At its earliest stage, Rome was governed by ____________
Answer: Kings

Question QFB18 : Romans gained independence from the ruling Etruscans in
Answer: 509 B.C.

Question QFB19 : The High Middle Ages was also a period of ___________and artistic advancement.
Answer: Intellectual

Question QFB20 : Roman Catholic Church expanded enormously due to conversionsof _________ Kings
Answer: Pagan

Question QFB21 : The Ottoman wars in Europe, are also referred as the _________ wars
Answer: Turkish

Question QFB22 : The Early Middle Ages span roughly five Centuries from 500 to _____
Answer: 1000

Question QFB23 : The establishment of the Frankish Empire by the 9th Century led to the Carolingian ________ on the continent
Answer: Renaissance

Question QFB24 : _____________ was a rebirth of Greco-Roman civilization
Answer: Renaissance

Question QFB25 : The ____________ was an age where learning was very important
Answer: Renaissance

Question QFB26 : _________ scholars shaped the intellectual landscape throughout the early modern period.
Answer: Humanist

Question QFB27 : The education during Renaissance was mainly composed of ancientliterature and __________
Answer: History

Question QFB28 : Brunelleschi's major feat of engineering was the building of the dome of Florence_________
Answer: Cathedral

Question QFB29 : The outstanding architectural work of the High Renaissancewas the rebuilding of St. Peter's ________
Answer: Basilica

Question QFB30 : The high level of _____________ in the Holy Roman Catholic Church gave birth to a Europe-wide Reformation known as the Protestant Reformation
Answer: Corruption

Question QFB31 : World War II was a global military conflict lasting from 1939 to ________
Answer: 1945

Question QFB32 : Profound social and political effect of the French Revolution was the birth of ______________
Answer: Nationalism

Question QFB33 : The ___________Revolutions of 1848 were a series of loosely coordinated protests and rebellions in the German Confederation.
Answer: German

Question QFB34 : The first English coffeehouse, named, was established in Oxford
Answer: Angel

Question QFB35 : The history of Academies in _________during the Enlightenment begins with the Academy of Science, founded in 1666 in Paris
Answer: France

Question QMC1 : The Scramble for Africa is also referred to as ______________

Question QMC2 : The Roman Empire extended from Arabia to _____________

Question QMC3 : The Greek society was organized on the basis of city-states known as ____________

Question QMC4 : _________is regarded as a Chief amongst Greek Philosophers

Question QMC5 : Democracy originated from___________

Question QMC6 : The Napoleonic Code was a combination of established laws in______ and basic ideas of the Revolution

Question QMC7 : The Communist Manifesto was written by ________________

Question QMC8 : World War II ended with the total victory of the Allies over Germany and Japan in ____

Question QMC9 : The French Revolution took place in the year____________

Question QMC10 : ____________is regarded as the best form of government worldwide.

Question QMC11 : __ was regarded as the most powerful of the Greek city-states

Question QMC12 : The Napoleonic Code served as the basis on which Africans in French colonies attained equality with Free-born ____

Question QMC13 : An important impetus for imperialism arose from the demand for_______ unavailable in Europe

Question QMC14 : The Greek Empire was displaced and replaced_____________

Question QMC15 : ____________ Cathedrals are examples of architectural buildings during the High Middle Ages

Question QMC16 : The Protestant Movement was led by a priest known as____ Luther

Question QMC17 : The Roman Catholic campaign to convert Central Europe to Catholic is known as ___________Wars

Question QMC18 : All of these except ONE were Humanist scholar

Question QMC19 : Vasco da Gama’s circumnavigation of India and Africa was in the year ____________

Question QMC20 : The emergence of men of letters gave birth to the Republic of __________

Question QMC21 : The Early Middle Ages span five Centuries from 500 to _________

Question QMC22 : One of these is a Renaissance artist that brought much innovation in this period.

Question QMC23 : The French Revolution started in 1789 and ended in __________

Question QMC24 : The French Revolution crippled the power of the______________

Question QMC25 : Niccolò Machiavelli's political writing is known as

Question QMC26 : Brunelleschi's major achievement of engineering was the building of the dome of_____________

Question QMC27 : Corruption in the Roman Catholic Church gave birth to aEurope-wide Reformation known as the Protestant ________

Question QMC28 : The first English coffeehouse, named Angel, was established in ___

Question QMC29 : Alexander the Great died in ____________

Question QMC30 : Socrates developed a method of reasoning known as______________

Question QMC31 : ____ had no power or status in ancient Greece

Question QMC32 : Christianity was founded at about the same time as the _____________Empire

Question QMC33 : The Revolutions of the German states took place in____________

Question QMC34 : After rediscovering the works of Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas and other thinkers developed the philosophy known as___________

Question QMC35 : The dissolution of the Constitutional Monarchy gave birth to the __________Republic of France.