Buzz·Updated on Nov 17, 2019. Posted on Nov 14, 2019If You're A Millennial And You Can Pass This History GCSE Quiz, You're Really SmartCome with us now on a journey through time.by Sam ClealBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Who managed propaganda for the Nazis during their rise to power? Gregor Strasser Correct Incorrect Gregor Strasser Ernst Rohm Correct Incorrect Ernst Rohm Joseph Goebbels Correct Incorrect Joseph Goebbels Correct! Wrong! Joseph Goebbels! Goebbels persuaded the public that Hitler was the only person who could save Germany from its financial depression. What was the best way to destroy a stone castle in 11th century Britain? Cannon Correct Incorrect Cannon Tunnelling underneath one of the corners Correct Incorrect Tunnelling underneath one of the corners Greek fire Correct Incorrect Greek fire Correct! Wrong! Tunnelling underneath one of the corners! Tunnelling underneath a stone castle would apparently lead to it collapsing. Which of these was not a daughter of Tsar Nicholas II? Maria Correct Incorrect Maria Olga Correct Incorrect Olga Ekaterina Correct Incorrect Ekaterina Tatiana Correct Incorrect Tatiana Correct! Wrong! Ekaterina Nicholas had four daughters – Maria, Olga, Tatiana, and Anastasia – as well as a son called Alexei. During the Great Depression, approximately how many "hobos" were there across America? Two thousand Correct Incorrect Two thousand Two hundred thousand Correct Incorrect Two hundred thousand Two million Correct Incorrect Two million Correct! Wrong! Two million! There were about two million hobos in the US during the Depression. Hobos were usually men who lived in tents outside and travelled around the country looking for work. During the Seven Years' War, who was Britain's main enemy? The 13 American colonies Correct Incorrect The 13 American colonies France Correct Incorrect France Russia Correct Incorrect Russia Correct! Wrong! France! The Seven Years' War was a global struggle between Britain and France in the 1700s. The American colonies were actually on the side of Britain during this time. Who was the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe? Sir Francis Drake Correct Incorrect Sir Francis Drake Sir Walter Raleigh Correct Incorrect Sir Walter Raleigh John Hawkins Correct Incorrect John Hawkins Correct! Wrong! Sir Francis Drake! Drake circumnavigated the globe from 1577 to 1580. On which date did work on the Berlin Wall begin? 13 August 1960 Correct Incorrect 13 August 1960 13 August 1961 Correct Incorrect 13 August 1961 13 August 1962 Correct Incorrect 13 August 1962 Correct! Wrong! 13 August 1961! The East German government started work on the wall in 1961. Which of these was a major architectural movement that began in Weimar Germany? Bauhaus Correct Incorrect Bauhaus Dada Correct Incorrect Dada Correct! Wrong! Bauhaus! Bauhaus was an architecture school founded in the town of Weimar in 1919 and led by Walter Gropius. Which of these things did Elizabethan Brits think was lucky? Eclipses Correct Incorrect Eclipses Peacock feathers Correct Incorrect Peacock feathers Being breathed on by a cow Correct Incorrect Being breathed on by a cow Correct! Wrong! Being breathed on by a cow! People actually thought being breathed on by a cow was lucky, but eclipses were seen as unlucky. In 1957, which nation launched the first ever successful satellite? China Correct Incorrect China USSR Correct Incorrect USSR USA Correct Incorrect USA Correct! Wrong! USSR! The Soviets successfully launched the Sputnik satellite on 4 October 1957. The occupation of which country by Iraq led to the Persian Gulf War? Kuwait Correct Incorrect Kuwait Qatar Correct Incorrect Qatar Saudi Arabia Correct Incorrect Saudi Arabia Correct! Wrong! Kuwait! Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait in 1990 was met with an ultimatum from the UN – leave, or the Iraqi army will be removed by a US and UK led international coalition. His refusal resulted in a seven month skirmish in the Middle East. In what year did the Great Plague of London occur? 1556 Correct Incorrect 1556 1665 Correct Incorrect 1665 Correct! Wrong! 1665! This was the worst outbreak of the bubonic plague in England since the black death of 1348, and London lost roughly 15% of its total population. What did the Nineteenth Amendment to the US Constitution bring about? Prohibition Correct Incorrect Prohibition Votes for women Correct Incorrect Votes for women Desegregation Correct Incorrect Desegregation Correct! Wrong! Votes for women! As women had contributed so much to the war effort, it was difficult to refuse their demands for political equality (damn right).