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World War I Quiz

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4 years ago

World War I fans check out Journey’s End…www.journeysendthefilm.com

4 years ago

19 out of 20, I like history.

5 years ago

I got 13 correct. If I had gone with my first answer on a few of the questions, I would have scored much better. I’m surprised I know so much about WW I.

5 years ago

18 out of 20… but only because I’m in the middle of a book entitled “Paris 1919” by Margaret Macmillan. The book goes into a lot of detail of how the peace was made, and the impacts that are still with us.

5 years ago

I got eleven of twenty. WWI was well before my time.

Art in Alaska
5 years ago

Missed 7 and the ones I missed I had thought was maybe( the answer)

5 years ago

I scored 18 of 20. I watch a lot of WW 1 on the history channel it is a great source.

5 years ago

16 out 20 w only 2 guesses – good quiz – keep them coming

5 years ago

19 out of 20 thanks to my being a military history fanatic all my life. Enjoyed the quiz.

5 years ago

18 out of 20 with a few correct guesses thrown in the mix.

5 years ago

9 right.

Patty C
5 years ago

I only answered correctly the few that I did because if a series on the History channel I watched recently. I WAS AMAZED THAT ALL THOSE RULERS- MANY OF THEM WERE RELATED. How the WWI was the result of unfinished bickering in the 1800’s and how WWII came about because of leftover stuff from the first WW.
Those that are ignorant of history are destined to repeat it…but how do we get accurate history and not revisionist history?

Diana Erbio
5 years ago

12 out of 20… I knew more about WW I than I thought I did…obviously I have a lot to learn about it.

Ivan Berry
5 years ago
Reply to  Diana Erbio

Diana, the really important stuff is the processes and policies that got us into it in the first place. Being kinda careless, I tied you on the quiz, but what got the Europeans and then us into the war would be more fruitful. We can compare to see if those processes contribute to other wars to prepare for future conflicts and choice of leaders. Battles are to be studied and compared by military personnel. They learn how to win by noting past winners.

5 years ago

I got 10 out of 20 but I should have got more because I’m very old! Some questions I guessed wrong but some I cudgeled my brain over and got right, some I knew. Love these quizzes piques one’s interest in history

5 years ago

I only got 15 out of 20. I should have gotten 1 more right.

James H. Rust
5 years ago

I got 17 out of 20. Went to fast and should have had 18. I still wonder if Verdun had more casualties. I read a book on it 60 years ago and I remember one million died in the 10 month battle.

Keep up the quizzes, they are great.

Judi Stiles
5 years ago

14 OF 20. Considering I was not there, and we didn’t touch on it in high school, and my reading takes me either earlier or later in history, I’m not too too embarrassed.

5 years ago

When I was in high school late 50’s early 60’s our history books said there was a war and after it was almost over with, the USA jumped in and won the war. Less than a page about WW1, and less than a half page 1898 war. Looking back the books was painted to where most males joined the service as soon as they turned 17 1/2 or 18, 25 to 30% before they finished school. I love these quiz, I got 11 out of 20, I guess at most and missed, I did know a few.

5 years ago

8 out of 20. I need to read more about WWI.

5 years ago

I got 14 out of 20, which was pretty good considering that my knowledge of WWI is pathetically low. I had no idea Japan was in that war!

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