This history quiz tests your historical knowledge and contains questions on topics from the 19th century.
Which outlaw from the wild west who only turned 21 years old, is said to have shot one man for every year he lived?
What is the name of the famous bank robber who was the leader of the James-Younger-Gang and was killed by one of his own gang members?
Which U.S. president died in 1841 of pneumonia after only being in office for about a month?
He is known as "El Hombre de las Dificultades" and "El Libertador" and was instrumental in freeing Latin America from Spanish colonisation. Who is he?
Which animal did Muhammad Ali Pasha of Egypt gift to the French King Charles X in 1827?
Who was Ernest Rutherford?
Who uses the Braille alphabet?
Which alphabet was invented by the Frenchman Louis Braille?
What decade was the Suez Canal inaugurated?
Which American president was the first to get assassinated whilst in office?
Who was President of the United States during the 1861-1865 American Civil War?
Abraham Lincoln was killed during a play at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C. on 14 April 1865 by John Wilkes Booth. What was Booth's profession?
From where did the country Bolivia get its name?
Who was Simón Bolívar?
In which part of Italy does the criminal syndicate Cosa Nostra originate?