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British History Trivia Quiz Q&A

As a former naval power and colonizer, Britain has had a very interesting past.

With an empire spanning the seven continents, they have greatly influenced the culture of the world. Examine what you know about British history in our Q&A.

British History Trivia Quiz Questions

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The British newspaper The Times once predicted that London's streets would be filled with horse poop. In what year did The Times publish this prediction?
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Walter Arnold was the very first person to receive a ticket for speeding. How fast was he driving?
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In 1967, London Bridge was sold to a US entrepreneur because it could no longer handle Britain's traffic. In which US state can you find it?
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British spies once considered using semen as invisible ink. What war were they fighting when this radical thought occurred?
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The UK is known for its tasty fish and chips. In what year did the first shop that served fish and chips open?
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Elizabeth I permitted "privateers" to raid Spanish ships during her reign. What was her group of commissioned pirates called?
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Margaret Thatcher was the longest-serving British prime minister in the 20th century. How many years did she continuously serve?
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Alliances are very important for a nation, especially in times of war. Who is Britain's oldest ally?
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In the olden days, British husbands were allowed to beat their wives at any time, until a law was passed in the 1500s that placed a time restriction. After what time was physically disciplining one's wife considered illegal?
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A superstition about Britain's power requires that ravens stay at The Tower of London. By tradition, what is the minimum number of ravens that should be in the tower?
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