Russia History Quiz #23

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  1. What was the name of the government that rebels were trying to overthrow in the First Chechen War?
    1. Cudaev
    2. Ludaev
    3. Mudaev
    4. Dudaev
  2. Who was defeated by the Muscovites in the Battle of Shelon?
    1. Novogorodians
    2. Ukrainians
    3. Mongols
    4. Kievians
  3. Who did the Russians defeat at the Battle of Kulikovo?
    1. Tatars
    2. Goths
    3. Vandals
    4. Mongols
  4. Which ruler did Shemyaka have blinded?
    1. Vasili II
    2. Ivan III
    3. Catherine II
    4. Peter III
  5. Which of these famous events happened EARLIEST?
    1. Mongols invade
    2. Invan IIII rules
    3. Vladimirr the Great rules Rurik Dynsatry
    4. Kievan Rus is founded
  6. Which country granted Russia its first military base aboard in 13 years in 2003?
    1. Kyrgyzstan
    2. Poland
    3. Francde
    4. Ukraine
  7. When was the State Duma established?
    1. 1926
    2. 1906
    3. 2006
    4. 1996
  8. When was Khrushchev born?
    1. 1922
    2. 1894
    3. 1877
    4. 1844
  9. When did the famous Battle of Kaika River take place?
    1. 1122
    2. 1553
    3. 1223
    4. 1443
  10. When did Lenin died?
    1. 1924
    2. 1934
    3. 1954
    4. 1944
  11. Boris Jacobi was responsible for what transport innovation in 1838?
    1. Electric Tram
    2. Electric Car
    3. Electric Boat
    4. Electric Bike
  12. What name was given to the son of Msitslav Mstislavich?
    1. The Warrior
    2. The Fearless
    3. The Brave
    4. The Prince
  13. The Young Guard is the youth movement of which party?
    1. A Just Russia
    2. LDPR
    3. United Russia
    4. Communist Party
  14. The Katyn Massacre involved the slaughter of peoples of which nation?
    1. Estonia
    2. Hungary
    3. Ukraine
    4. Poland
  15. Russia went to war with which other nation in 1904?
    1. China
    2. Italy
    3. Japan
    4. England
  16. Maxim Gorky brought the Russian Famine to attention in which decade?
    1. 1960s
    2. 1900s
    3. 1940s
    4. 1920s
  17. In which of these years was Catherine the Great NOT alive?
    1. 1731
    2. 1808
    3. 1741
    4. 1751
  18. In what year did Alexander Popov "invent" the radio?
    1. 1895
    2. 1943
    3. 1844
    4. 1998
  19. In 1828, Pavel Schilling invented what mode of communication?
    1. Telephone
    2. Electromagnetic Telegram
    3. Email
    4. Morse Code
  20. Hafnium, a Russian discovery, is an element actually named after which European capital?
    1. Athens
    2. Moscow
    3. Copenhagen
    4. Stockholm

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Interactive Quiz

  1. What was the name of the government that rebels were trying to overthrow in the First Chechen War?
    Dudaev
  2. Who was defeated by the Muscovites in the Battle of Shelon?
    Novogorodians
  3. Who did the Russians defeat at the Battle of Kulikovo?
    Tatars
  4. Which ruler did Shemyaka have blinded?
    Vasili II
  5. Which of these famous events happened EARLIEST?
    Kievan Rus is founded
  6. Which country granted Russia its first military base aboard in 13 years in 2003?
    Kyrgyzstan
  7. When was the State Duma established?
    1906
  8. When was Khrushchev born?
    1894
  9. When did the famous Battle of Kaika River take place?
    1223
  10. When did Lenin died?
    1924
  11. Boris Jacobi was responsible for what transport innovation in 1838?
    Electric Boat
  12. What name was given to the son of Msitslav Mstislavich?
    The Brave
  13. The Young Guard is the youth movement of which party?
    United Russia
  14. The Katyn Massacre involved the slaughter of peoples of which nation?
    Poland
  15. Russia went to war with which other nation in 1904?
    Japan
  16. Maxim Gorky brought the Russian Famine to attention in which decade?
    1920s
  17. In which of these years was Catherine the Great NOT alive?
    1808
  18. In what year did Alexander Popov "invent" the radio?
    1895
  19. In 1828, Pavel Schilling invented what mode of communication?
    Electromagnetic Telegram
  20. Hafnium, a Russian discovery, is an element actually named after which European capital?
    Copenhagen
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