Imp Wars in History

1. First Afghan War took place in “1839”
2. When Iran Iraq war was ended? “August 20, 1988”
3. Which Country has the most fatalities in World War 2? “Soviet Union”
4. Who was the hero of 1857 war? “Bakhth Khan”
5. World War II was end in? “1945”
6. Who was the emperor of Japan during the Second World War? “Hirohito”
7. When did Great Britain enter the Seven Years War against Spain and Naples? “4 January 1762”
8. World War II was began in? “1939”
9. England fought the second world war under the leadership of “Winston Churchill”
10. Who was the Greek goddess of war and wisdom? “Athena”
11. World War I was end in? “1918”
12. The Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire started in the year “1821”
13 Which city was recaptured at the end of the first war of the Crusade? “Jerusalem”
14 In which year did America join the Second World War? “1941”
15. “The Peloponnesian War” was fought between “Sparta and Athens”
16. Which country suffered the maximum in World War 2nd? “Japan”
17. The Treaty of Paris was signed, ending the Crimean War on “30 March 1856”
18. Hundred years War fought between? “England and France”
19. The last country of Axis power to surrender during the end of World War II was “Japan”
20. What is the name of the War fought between England and Argentina? “Falkland War”
21. Which country fought on both sides during World War II? “Italy”
22. Falklands War was fought between UK and “Argentina”
23. The first truly global war was? “Seven years war”
24. Guantanamo Bay is used as a Prison for “Afghanistan War”
25. Who was the winner of Iran-Iraq war (1980-1988)? “Iran”
26. A kind of war such is “Guerrilla” a word of Spanish its meaning is “Little war”
27. Gulf war started in “1991”
28. Russo-Japanese war was fought during “1904-1905”
29. Who won World War 1? “U.S.A, U.K, and France”
30. The period in which the Suez Canal remained closed after the Arab-Israel war “1967-1975”
31. Who became the Chancellor of Germany for One Day after the death of Hitler during the Second World War? “Joseph Goebbels”
32. In which year European rulers captured Palestine from the Muslims in Crusades War? “1099”
33. Which Country occupied Cambodia during World War II? “Japan”
34. The first war between Arabs and Israel was fought in “1948”
35. Which country was involved in the 100-year war? “England and France”
36. During World War II, when did Germany attack France? “1940”
37. When did the Kargil war fought? (C) “1999”
38. Opium War was fought between China and? (D) “British”
39. Novel “War and Peace” was written by: (A) “Leo Tolstoy”
40. Which of the following events occurred first in history? (A) “American War of Independence”
41. The President of Yugoslavia/Serbia who was indicted and tried by the War Criminal Tribunal was Slobodan Milosevic.
42. Indian Rebellion of 1857 (War of Independence) began on 10th May from the town of Meerut.
43. Who was the President of USA during World War I? Woodrow Wilson.
44. Which of the following agencies related to UNO was in existence before World War II? ILO (International Labour Organization).
45. Pearl Harbour, a US Naval base, was bombed by Japan, thus provoking the formal entry of the US into the Second World War.
46. “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity,” as a slogan, was the hallmark of the French Revolution.
47. During the 2nd World War, Winston S. Churchill was the British Prime Minister.
48. Who among the following was not Head of the State during World War Second? The options are not provided, but you can ask for specific information if needed.
49. The murder of Archduke Ferdinand, the heir to the Austrian throne, became the immediate cause of which war: World War I.
50. The War of Independence of India started in 1857.
51. End of the War of Independence 1857 was officially declared in November 1858.
52. ‘Renaissance’ is a period of revival or rebirth of learning.
53. After the War of Independence, the British Government assumed control of India through Queen’s Proclamation of 1858.
54. Who was the president during the American Civil War? The options are not provided, but you can ask for specific information if needed.
55. Term the use of military expeditions in Western Europe from 11 to 14th against Muslims: Crusades.
56. With which war is the name of Florence Nightingale associated? Crimean War.
57. President of USA during the Gulf War: George H. W. Bush.
58. During the Second World War, which of these islands was awarded the George Cross? Malta.
59. The Fourth Mysore War fought in 1799.
60. India came under the British Crown with the end of the 1857 War.
61. The War of Roses (1455-1485) in European history is associated with the Civil war in England.
62. Following the Third Afghan War, Afghanistan gained its independence in 1919.
63. The Danish War was fought in 1864.
64. In which battle, British forces led by the Duke of Wellington finally defeated French Forces led by Napoleon? “Battle of Waterloo.”
65. The motto of Red Cross is “All of these” (Charity in War, Service in War, Help in War).
66. The idea of Civil Defense Organization first emerged during the Second World War.
67. The estimated number of service personnel and civilians killed in the Second World War was 60 Million.
68. Second World War was drawing to an end in 1945.
69. During the 2nd World War, Winston S. Churchill was the British Prime Minister.
70. One of the bloodiest battles of the First World War was fought at Ypres (lepers) where a large number of soldiers from South Asia also died. This battlefield is located in Belgium.
71. The British officer who shot and killed three of Bahadur Shah Zafar’s sons during the 1857 war of Independence was Lt. Wiloughby.
72. “Child of War” term used for which organization? None of these.
73. Falklands war was fought between U.K and Argentina in 1982.
74. The Treaty of Versailles ended World War I.
75. The First Mysore War was fought between the English and Haider Ali.
76. The first Civil War among the Muslims was the Battle of Jamal.
77. The gas used as a chemical weapon in the First World War was Mustard gas.
78. The shortest war ever fought, ended in just six days, is the Israel-Arab War.
79. Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) of Sri Lanka surrendered in 2009 to end the prolonged Civil War.
80. Which of the following agencies related to UNO was in existence before the World War II? ILO (International Labour Organization).
81. The Prime Minister of India at the time of the 1965 War was Lal Bahadur Shastri.
82. Britishers called the 1857 War as Mutiny.
83. The First Sikh War (1845-48) was fought between Sikhs and the British East India Company.
84. The first war fought between India and Pakistan after partition was on the issue of Kashmir.
85. The Kargil War was fought in 1999.
86. The outbreak of the War of Independence in 1857 was due to non-representation of Indians in the Legislative Councils, forcible conversion of Indians to Christianity, mismanagement of the Indian army, and other reasons.
87. The First Anglo Mysore War was fought in the year 1767.
88. The famous “Tennis Court Oath” is associated with the French Revolution.
89. The American War of Independence was won by 13 colonies against Britain.
90. The Vietnam War ended through the Paris Peace Accords.
91. The war between Saudi-led rebels and the Yemeni government started in March 2015.

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