Welcome, soldiers of knowledge, to our World Wars trivia battlefield! Strap on your thinking helmets and prepare to charge into the trenches of history. We hope this quiz doesn’t ‘tank’ your mood, because we’ve ‘allied’ together some ‘explosive’ questions that will ‘blitz’ your brain!
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1. Which United States President decided that the U.S would join World War I?
2. Which battle is known as the turning point of World War II in the Pacific?
3. Who was the German spy Mata Hari in World War I?
4. Which vehicle weapon first introduced during World War I profoundly changed warfare?
5. What was the codename for the development of the atomic bomb during World War II?
6. The invasion of which country marked the start of World War II?
7. Who was the British Prime Minister at the start of World War II?
8. What was the impact of World War I on Russia’s government?
9. What was the role of women in World War II?
10. Who were the Axis Powers in World War II?
11. Which country declared war, leading to the start of World War I?
12. Which event marked the United States’ entry into World War II?
13. What was the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact?
14. What was the name of the operation for the invasion of Normandy in World War II?
15. Which treaty led to the end of World War I?
16. Which country did Austria-Hungary declare war on?
17. How many people approximately died in both World Wars combined?
18. Who were the key figures of the “Resistance Movement” in World War II?
19. True or false? Dogs served as messengers, medical transport, and enemy detectors in World War I.
20. What is the Battle of Stalingrad famous for in World War II?
21. Who wrote “All Quiet on the Western Front”?
22. What was the name of the Japanese city where the second atomic bomb was dropped in World War II?
23. Which was the longest battle of World War I?
24. Who was the leader of the Soviet Union during World War II?
25. Which animal was depicted on the Australian World War I recruitment poster?
26. Who was the ‘Red Baron’ in World War I?
27. How many concentration camps were established during the Holocaust in World War II?
28. What global organization was created to prevent future world wars?
29. What was the name of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s program of economic relief, recovery, and reform during the Great Depression?
30. What does D-Day refer to in the context of World War II?
31. How did World War II affect women’s employment in the United States?
32. Which battle of World War I saw the first use of tanks?
33. What were the internment camps in the United States during World War II?
34. Which French General led the Free French Forces during World War II?
35. What piece of correspondence contributed to the entry of the United States into World War I?
36. Which famous physicist wrote a letter to President Roosevelt urging the development of an atomic bomb?
37. What was ‘Operation Barbarossa’ in World War II?
38. Who was known as the ‘Desert Fox’ in World War II?
39. Which Swiss humanitarian movement provided medical care to soldiers and support to civilians during World War I?
40. Who was the leader of fascist Italy during World War II?
41. Who composed the famous “War Requiem”?
42. What was the name of the conference which resulted in the division of Germany after World War II?
43. Which country produced the most tanks during World War II?
44. What was the Lusitania tragedy in World War I?
45. What was Germany’s primary method of defense against air-raid attacks during World War II?
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