Millennium History

History quiz

  • Exercises on the Spanish Golden Century

    question 1 The so-called “Spanish Golden Century”, spanning from the 1550s to the 1650s, is known for being a time of great Hispanic cultural effervescence in areas such as the visual arts, theater, poetry, etc. One of the factors that made this effervescence possible was: a) the political power acq

  • Exercises on the Renaissance

    question 1 Read this excerpt, which refers to the construction of the modern world: “... the moderns are the first to demonstrate that true knowledge can only be born from the inner work carried out by reason, thanks to its own effort, without accepting religious dogmas, social prejudices, politic

  • Exercises on the Kingdom of the Franks

    question 1 (FAAP) Among the main barbarian peoples that invaded the Roman Empire, we can mention: a) the Visigoths b) the vandals c) the Ostrogoths d) the francs e) all of the above question 2 (PUCC) The decline of the Merovingian Dynasty in the Frankish Kingdom allowed the emergence of a

  • Exercises on the Lebensborn Nazi Program

    question 1 It is known that during the period when the Nazis were in power in Germany, a series of atrocities were committed against other peoples, especially the Jews. The ideology of Aryan racial superiority guided these actions. In this context, the Lebensborn (“Fountain of Life”) played a leadi

  • Exercises on the power of the Catholic Church in the feudal world

    question 1 (UFSCAR) The Fourth Lateran Council, in 1215, decreed measures against secular lords if they protected heresies in their territories, even threatening them with the loss of domains. Even before the Council and as a consequence of it, the secular authorities decreed the death penalty to pr

  • Final Solution plan exercises

    question 1 The project of total extermination of the Jews of Europe, devised by Heydrich and Himmler, was widely discussed by the Nazi leadership. This summit even considered the deportation of all Jews to a certain location, however, this plan was abandoned due to the difficulties of logistical exe

  • Exercises on the Paleolithic Period

    question 1 Describe the daily lives of men during the Paleolithic Period. question 2 What was the biggest discovery of that time? And what are the implications of it for human daily life. question 3 What are cave paintings? And what is their historical importance? question 4 Why the Paleolithic

  • Exercises on the Neolithic Period

    question 1 Explain what the Neolithic Revolution was. Why did such an event become known as a revolution? question 2 What were the measures that the development of agriculture established. question 3 Did the development of agriculture mean the extinction of the nomadic way of life? Justify your

  • Exercises on the German-Soviet Pact

    question 1 (PUC-SP-2012) The above cartoon, by unknown author, was published in 1939. It refers to the treaty signed that year by Germany and the Soviet Union that: a) ensured the military alliance between the two countries during the Second World War and the partition of Poland. b) consecrated th

  • Exercises on the New Kingdom in Egypt

    question 1 (Cescem-SP) The historical importance of Amenotep IV (Amenhotep), Egyptian pharaoh during the so-called New Kingdom (1580 BC – 1110 BC), lies in the fact that he has: promoted a religious revolution by establishing a monotheistic cult. resisted the military invasion of a major Hyksos-le

  • Exercises on Neo-Nazism

    question 1 Regarding neo-Nazi groups, select the alternative that brings the INCORRECT information: a) They hold denialist views about the Holocaust. b) They are groups of extremely homophobic views. c) They promote the exaltation of the personality of Adolf Hitler. d) Paradoxically, neo-Nazi g

  • Exercises on neocolonialism in Africa

    question 1 (GSA Concursos) There were several forms of resistance of African and Asian countries to European imperialism in the 19th and 20th centuries. Among them, the Bandungue Conference stands out. Which alternative contains an incorrect statement about conference principles: a) Recognition of t

  • Exercises on the Katyn Massacre

    question 1 The Katyn massacre resulted in the execution of around 22,000 Polish officers and intelligentsia place. This genocide was inserted in the context of the invasion and division of Poland between Germany and the Soviet Union from: a) of the Dayton Agreement b) from the Treaty of Versailles c

  • Exercises on the Babi Yar Massacre

    question 1 The extermination of the Kiev Jews, which took place on September 29 and 30, 1941, was ordered by the Nazis in reprisal: a) to attacks by Partisans hiding in the forests of Belarus. b) the bomb attacks on buildings used by the Nazis in Kiev. c) the defeat that the Nazis had suffered on th

  • Exercises on McCarthyism

    question 1 (FGV-SP) We can define McCarthyism as: a) A harsh investigation campaign directed by US parliamentarians, aimed at anyone suspected of subversion or collaboration with communist countries. b) An anti-Semitic campaign that was established in the United States after the Second World War

  • Exercises on Lutheranism

    question 1 (PUC-PR) At the beginning of the 16th century, the Religious Reform began, with the work of Martin Luther, an Augustinian monk, then in Wittenberg. About the causes of this movement, it is correct to say: I – The pensioners had the support of the bourgeoisie, willing to establish their

  • Exercises on Islam

    question 1 (AV Moreira) “Islam or the Islamic religion is the most recent of the great world religions and was founded by God himself and disseminated by Muhammad ibn Abdalla..., his last messenger, who was born in Mecca, Arabia, at the end of the 6th century AD, around 570 AD. Muhammad was born int

  • Exercises on the Roman Empire

    question 1 (FGV/2016) Since the crisis of the Roman world of the 3rd century can be found to be the beginning of the profound disturbance that the medieval West would emerge from, it is legitimate to consider the barbaric invasions of the 5th century as the event that precipitates the transformation

  • Exercises on the Ottoman Empire

    question 1 The Ottoman Empire is recognized as the greatest Muslim empire in history, having emerged in the late 13th century and ended in the first half of the 20th century. The Ottomans were historically well known for having carried out, in the 15th century, the conquest of an important city foun

  • Exercises on the Carolingian Empire

    question 1 The Carolingian Empire settled with the kingdom founded by which Germanic people: A) vandals B) francs C) Ostrogoths D) Visigoths E) Saxons question 2 The Carolingian dynasty was replaced by which dynasty: A) Merovingian B) Bourbon C) Capetingia D) Valois E) Habsburg question 3 Who was th

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