Quiz 9 – Answers

1  Catherine the Great

5  Queen Victoria

9  Eva Peron

13 Rosa Parks

17 Anne Boleyn

21 Cleopatra

2  Anne Frank

6  Florence Nightingale

10 Marie Antoinette

14 Emmeline Pankhurst

18 Benazir Bhutto

22 Elizabeth I

3  Marie Curie

7  Eleanor Roosevelt

11 Rosa Luxemburg

15 Catherine de Medici

19 Lucrezia Borgia

23 Boudicca

4  Eleanor of Aquitaine

8  Joan of Arc

12 Livia Drusila

16 Indira Gandhi

20 Mother Teresa

24 Agrippina

Quiz 9 – Clues

1 Empress of Russia 1762 – 1796, the country’s longest ruling female leader.

2 Dutch diarist made famous after her death for her writings ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ written while hiding from the Nazi’s during World War II.

3 The first woman to win a Nobel Prize, who also went on to win a second time.

4 Married to Louis VII of France and later to Henry II of England.

5 Came to the throne of England at only 18 years of age and ruled for over 60 years.

6 Known as the founder of modern nursing.

7 Longest serving First Lady of the United States of America, as wife to the 32nd President.

8 Known as the ‘Maid of Orleans’.

9 First lady of Argentina 1946 – 1952, also known as Evita.

10 Queen of France, wife of Louis XVI.

11 Polish activist, who took German citizenship at the age of 28 and was a co-founder of the Communist Party of Germany.

12 Wife of the 1st Roman Emperor Augustus, throughout his reign.

13 American Civil Rights activist born at a time of racial segregation in America.

14 Political activist, leader of the British Suffragette movement, helping women to win the right to vote.

15 Wife of Henry II of France 1547 – 1559.

16 First female Prime Minister of India, assassinated in 1984.

17 Second wife of Henry VIII, beheaded in 1536.

18 Prime Minister of Pakistan assassinated in 2007.

19 Illegitimate but acknowledged daughter of Pope Alexander VI.

20 A Roman Catholic nun and missionary who spread god’s love throughout the world.

21 Last active ruler of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt, believed to have been poisoned to death by an asp.

22 Queen of England 1558 – 1603 known as the ‘Virgin Queen’ and ‘Good Queen Bess’.

23 British Celtic Queen who led an uprising against Roman rule around 60AD.

24 Roman Empress, wife of Emperor Claudius and mother of Emperor Nero.

Quiz 9 – Famous Women of History

Can you name these famous women of history?

If you need any help, click: Quiz 9 - Clues

1

TRACNEHIE

EHTTEGAR

(9, 3, 5)

 

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5

NEQEU

TIVRICOA

(5, 8)

 

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9

AEV

ROPNE

(3, 5)

 

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2

NENA

NAKFR

(4, 5)

 

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6

CEREFNOL

GNALHINTIGE

(8, 11)

 

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10

RIMEA

TETONTINAE

(5, 10)

 

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3

RAIME

RUCEI

(5, 5)

 

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7

OALENER

SORVOTELE

(7, 9)

 

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11

SAOR

EXUGMRULB

(4, 9)

 

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4

NALEROE

NIUFQOAITEA

(7, 2, 9)

 

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8

ANOJ

RAFOC

(4, 2, 3)

 

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12

ILIVA

SADLIUR

(5, 7)

 

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13

SARO

SPARK

(4, 5)

 

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17

NEAN

LYOBEN

(4, 6)

 

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21

TOCPERALA

(9)

 

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14

NELMIEME

RAKTHUPNS

(8, 9)

 

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18

ZENRABI

THUTOB

(7, 6)

 

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22

ZEHTBILAEI

(9, 1)

 

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15

HINRECATE

MEDDEECI

(9, 2, 6)

 

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19

ZIRZULAE

GABIOR

(8, 6)

 

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23

CADICOBU

(8)

 

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16

RINDAI

HAGDIN

(6, 6)

 

****** ******

20

OREMHT

RATESE

(6, 6)

 

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24

PAINGRIPA

(9)

 

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Quiz 9 - Answers

Women

Amelia Dyer: Baby Farming and Murder
Victoria becomes Queen
Julia Margaret Cameron: Early Photographic Portraiture
The Bronte's
Lizzie Siddal: An Artist's Obsession
Christina Rossetti: Remember

Brilliana Harley
Emily Bronte: The Bluebell
Elizabeth Barrett Browning: How Do I Love Thee
Calamity Jane
Queen Isabella II: The She-Wolf of France
Alexandra Federovna: The Last Tsarina
Caterina Sforza: The Lady of Imola
Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole
Grace Darling: The Girl with the Windswept Hair
The Life of Mrs Beeton

Elisabeth Bathory: Countess of Blood
Cleopatra: The Last Pharaoh
Boudicca: Warrior Queen of the Iceni
Bloody Mary
A Meeting with Bloody Mary
Jack the Ripper: The Women
The Pendle Witches
Charlotte Corday: Murderer of Marat
The Last Days of Elizabeth I
Agrippina and Messalina: Rivals for Power

Lady Jane Grey: The Nine Day Queen
Lizzie Borden: Axe Murderer?
Magda Goebbels: First Lady of the Third Reich
Josephine de Beauhernais: Bonaparte's Muse
Marie Antoinette: The Austrian Whore
Irma Grese and Ilse Koch: Daughters of Satan
Mary, Queen of Scots
The Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots: An Account
Eva Peron: Evita
The Diary of Anne Frank

Canary Girls: Guns not Butter
Queen Eleanor's Cross
Elizabeth Barton: The Holy Maid of Kent
Emily Davison: The Derby Day Martyr
The Martyrdom of Nurse Edith Cavell
The Six Wives of Henry VIII
Anne Boleyn's Last Letter to Henry VIII
Anne Boleyn: On the Scaffold
Anne Boleyn's Speech on the Scaffold
Katharine of Aragon's Last Letter to Henry VIII

Ruth Ellis: The Last Woman Hanged in Britain
Anne Bonny: A Pirate of the Caribbean
Mata Hari: Femme Fatale
The Execution of Mata-Hari
Delphine LaLaurie: A Guignol Horror
Joan of Arc: Maid of Orleans
The Vestal Virgins: Keepers of the Flame
The Empress Theodora
Rose O'Neal Greenhow: Confederate Spy
Mary Shelley: The Night She Wrote Frankenstein

Louise Michel: Heroine of the Commune
The Rani of Jhansi
Madame Roland: O Liberty! What Crimes are Committed in Thy Name!
Catherine de Medici: Madame Snake
Queen Elizabeth I: The Tilbury Address
Emma Goldman: The Most Dangerous Woman in America
Matilda, Queen of England?
Lucrezia Borgia: Lust, Jealousy, Poison, and Murder
Sophie Scholl: Guillotined by the Nazis
Amelia Earhart: The Lady Lindy

Women of the S.O.E: Murdered by the Nazis
Livia: First Empress of Rome
Empress Elisabeth: Another Hapsburg Tragedy
Rosa Luxembourg: Red Rosa
Flora MacDonald: The Reluctant Jacobite
The Fox Sisters: A Victorian Deception
Lydia Litvyak: The White Rose of Stalingrad
Belle Starr: The Bandit Queen
Isabella of Fife: Crowning The Bruce
Jezebel: The Whore of Baal

The Suffragettes: Votes for Women
Locusta: The Poisoner of Rome
Hypatia: A Woman of Substance
Olympias: Mother of Alexander
Belle Boyd: The Cleopatra of Secession
Good Queen Bess: The Coronation of Elizabeth I
The Story of Salome
Eva Braun: Frau Hitler
Harriet Tubman: Mother Moses
Ulrike Meinhoff and the Red Army Faction

Arts

Opening Lines to Classic Books
Emily Bronte: The Bluebell
Wilfred Owen: Dulce et Decorum est
Thomas Gray: Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
Rupert Brooke: The Soldier
Henry John Newbolt: Vital Lampada (Torch of Life)
Samual Taylor Coleridge: Kubla Khan
William Blake: The Proverbs of Hell
John McCrae: In Flanders Fields
Elizabeth Barrett Browning: How Do I Love Thee

William Wordsworth: I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
Lord Byron: She Walks in Beauty
Elizabeth I: The Woodstock Verse
August Stramm: Battlefield/Attack/War Grave
Rudyard Kipling: A Smuggler’s Song
Laurence Binyon: For the Fallen
Sir Thomas Wyatt: Whoso List to Hunt
John Donne: The Flea
Sir Walter Raleigh: A Life
Hitler as a Young Artist

The Pre-Raphaelites
King Henry VIII: Though some say that youth rules me
Edgar Allan Poe: Annabel Lee
Jean-Auguste Ingres: The Classicist
Eugene Delacroix: The Romantic
William Henry Hunt: The Victorian Watercolour
Canaletto: The Venetian Wonder
Velazquez: At the Court of Philip IV
William Powell Frith: A Victorian Chronicler
William Ernest Henley: Invictus

Robert Burns: The Ploughman Poet
Edgar Allan Poe: The Raven
Sir Anthony van Dyck: At The Court of King Charles I
Rembrandt: The Dutch Master
Siegfried Sassoon: Suicide in the Trenches
Henri-Toulouse Lautrec: The Image of Paris
Robert Browning: My Last Duchess
J Milton Hayes: The Green Eye of the Little Yellow God
Rudyard Kipling: Mandalay
Elizabeth I: The Woodstock Verse

Peter Paul Rubens: The Glamourist
Anne Lesley: The Bloodied Thorn
Anne Lesley: Changing Seasons
Anne Lesley: The Pages of Life
Anne Lesley: Shades of Our Past
Anne Lesley: Another Heart
Anne Lesley: The Haunting
Caravaggio: The Artist as a Doomed Man
Jan Vermeer: Light as Magic
Helen Allingham: A Rural Idyll

Verlaine and Rimbaud: A Torrid Affair
The Many Women of Sir Thomas Lawrence
John Keats: Too Beautiful to Live
The War Poets: Sassoon, Brooke, Owen
William Blake: Visions of Heaven and Hell
John Clare: The Peasant Poet
Great Georgian Artists
William Hogarth: London's Critical Eye
Christopher Marlowe: Poet, Playwright, Murderer and Spy
Mary Shelley: The Night She Wrote Frankenstein

Julia Margaret Cameron: Early Photographic Portraiture
Lizzie Siddal: An Artist's Obsession
Elizabeth Butler: Portraits of War
John Martin: Painting the Apocalypse
Gustave Dore: Images of Victorian London
Christina Rossetti: Remember
Coventry Patmore: The Angel in the House
Victorian Fairy Painting
Rudyard Kipling: If
Alfred, Lord Tennyson: The Charge of the Light Brigade

Miscellaneous

Ivan the Terrible
Francisco Pizarro and the Conquest of the Incas
Hernan Cortes: Montezuma's Nightmare
H.L Hunley: The First Submarine

Notable Britons Who Fought in World War One
Mutiny on the Bounty: Captain Bligh's Letter to his Wife
The Declaration of Arbroath
Harriet Tubman: Mother Moses
Belle Boyd: The Cleopatra of Secession
The Victoria Cross: For Valour
Two-Spirit World: Otherness in the Native American Tribes
Nechaev the Nihilist
Sergei Nechaev's Revolutionary Catechism
Belle Starr: The Bandit Queen

Hitler as a Young Artist
French Revolutionary Calendar
Harris's List: Prostitutes and Pimps Old London Town
Ravachol, Vaillant, Henry, and the Roots of Terror
Ravachol's Forbidden Speech
The General Slocum: Tragedy on the East River</
John Wesley Hardin: Shot a Man for Snoring
Death in Europe
Louise Michel: Heroine of the Commune
The Rani of Jhansi

The Mayerling Incident
Madame Roland: O Liberty!What Crimes are Committed in Thy Name!
Wild Bill Hickok
Protocols of the Elders of Zion: The Deadly Deception
Massacre at Wounded Knee: Spirits in the Twilight
The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser
The Poor Laws
Quantrell's Raiders
Anarchism: The First Great Terror
The 54th Massachusetts: Freedom Under Arms

The Gettysburg Address
Mad Ludwig: The Fairy Tale King
Champ Ferguson: Confederate Guerrilla
Doc Holliday: The Deadly Dentist
The Darien Expedition
The Commune: Paris in Flames
Edmund Ruffin: He Fired the First Shot
S.S Sultana: Death on the Mississippi
Nine of Diamonds: The Curse of Scotland
John Brown: The Taper Light of Freedom

Massacre at Glencoe: Murder Under Trust
Hollywood Glamour
Anne Bonny: A Pirate of the Caribbean
Jean-Paul Marat: The Great Denunciator
Mata Hari: Femme Fatale
Bloody Bill Anderson
Marquis de Sade: 101 Days of Sodom
The Donner Party: Death of a Wagon Train
Jesse James: The Last Rebel
Rose O'Neal Greenhow: Confederate Spy

Nat Turner: Slave Revolt
Salem Witch Trial
The Salem Witch Trials: Witnessing Hysteria
Charlotte Corday: Murderer of Marat
Josephine de Beauhernais: Bonaparte's Muse
Marie Antoinette: The Austrian Whore
Polari: The Language of Gay London
The Risorgimento
The Barbary Pirates
Calamity Jane

Crime

Who was Jack the Ripper?
Jack the Ripper: The Women

The Jack the Ripper Letters
The Cleveland Street Scandal
Peter Kurten: The Vampire of Dusseldorf
Neville Heath: The Sadistic Charmer
Traitors: The Cambridge Spies
John George Haigh: The Acid Bath Murderer
John Dillinger: Public Enemy Number One
Gilles de Rais: A Medieval Serial Killer
The Wall Street Bombing
The Assassination of Tsar Alexander II

Dr Crippen: The Body in the Cellar
Sacco and Vanzetti: A Case of Judicial Murder?
Al Capone: The St Valentine's Day Massacre
Ruth Ellis: The Last Woman Hanged in Britain
Siege of Sidney Street: The strange case of Peter the Painter
Delphine LaLaurie: A Guignol Horror
Ned Kelly: Hero or Murderer?
Elisabeth Bathory: Countess of Blood
Lizzie Borden: Axe Murderer?
John Wilkes Booth: And the Assassination of Tyrants

Modern

Enoch Powell: Rivers of Blood
Enoch Powell: Rivers of Blood Speech Full Text
Joseph Chamberlain and Tariff Reform
Chamberlain's Announcement of War
John Kipling

Ulrike Meinhoff and the Red Army Faction
Eva Braun: Frau Hitler
The Suffragettes: Votes for Women
Joseph Goebbels Part One: The Propagandist
Joseph Goebbels Part Two: The Poison Dwarf
Wartime Rationing
Women of the S.O.E: Murdered by the Nazis
World Middleweight Boxing 1940-60
Battle of the Somme: The First Day
Empress Elisabeth: Another Hapsburg Tragedy

The Zimmerman Telegram
Rosa Luxembourg: Red Rosa
Bodyline: Bradman, Jardine and the Ashes
Ante Pavelic: The Butcher of the Balkans
Huey Long: The Kingfish
Upton Sinclair: A Socialist Governor for California
The Slapton Sands Tragedy
The Abdication Crisis
WW1 Posters: Recruitment and Propaganda
Lord Haw Haw: Germany Calling! Germany Calling!

Bela Kiss: The Beast of Cinkota
Ku Klux Klan: The Rise and Fall of the Invisible Empire
The Dreyfus Affair
Tsar Nicholas II: The Last of the Romanovs
Emma Goldman: The Most Dangerous Woman in America
Wannsee Conference: The Final Solution
The Stonewall Riots
Pius XII: A Pope Shrouded in Darkness
Barcelona, May 1937: A Revolution Betrayed
Italy in World War One: Death in the Snow

The Death of Pope John Paul I: Murder and Corruption in the Holy City
Prisoners of the Japanese
The Amritsar Massacre: Shame of an Empire
Scott of the Antarctic
Philippe Petain: Vichy and Collaboration
Sophie Scholl: Guillotined by the Nazis
The Nazi Olympics
Prohibition: A Great Moral Re-Awakening
Escape from Alcatraz
Lenin: An Assassination Delayed

Operation Valkyrie: The Plot to Assassinate the Fuhrer
Sir Roger Casement: The Black Diaries
Amelia Earhart: The Lady Lindy
The Night of the Long Knives: Hitler's Purge
The Scopes Monkey Trial: Darwin in the Dock
Hitler Receives Britain's Ultimatum
Winston Churchill: We Shall Never Surrender
Battle of Britain: 10 July - 15 September/31 October 1940
Churchill's Darkest Hour
Churchill's Finest Hour Speech

Churchill's V-E Day Address
Hitler's Last Days: Twilight of the Gods
Kristallnacht: The Night of the Broken Glass
Churchill Ousted: 1945 Khaki Election
Eva Peron: Evita
The Diary of Anne Frank
Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig: A Donkey Leading Lions?
Canary Girls
Jack Johnson: and the Great White Hope
Dr Josef Mengele: The Angel of Death

Hitler's Quislings Part One: Anton Mussert
Nazi Racial Hygiene: The Murder of the Innocents
Dunkirk: A Miracle of Deliverance
Emily Davison: The Derby Day Martyr
Eddie Slovik: Shot at Dawn
The Martrdom of Nurse Edith Cavell
Gavrilo Princip: The Consumptive Assassin
Lord Kitchener: Your Country Needs You!
The Legion of St George: Briton's who Fought for the Nazi's
Oswald Mosley: Britain's Fuhrer?

The Assassination of Heydrich
Wilhelm Gustloff: The Greatest Maritime Disaster
The Roswell Incident: Aliens in New Mexico
The Scottsboro Boys
Hirohito: The Emperor's New Clothes
The Hindenburg Disaster
Heinrich Himmler: Hitler's Executioner
Johann Georg Elser: Killing Hitler
Einsatzgruppen: Nazi Death Squads
The Tomb of the Unknown Warrior

Young Adolf: The Adolescent Hitler and Beyond
Rasputin: The Devil made Flesh
D.C Stephenson and the Decline of the Klan
Titanic: Struck an Iceberg, Shook the World
Titanic II: Finding the Dead
Titanic III: In the Eye of God
Titanic IV: Searching for Bodies (A Captain's Account)
Pals Battalions and the Thankful Village
Magda Goebbels: First Lady of the Third Reich
Benito Mussolini: Duce

Mussolini's Declaration of War: Ignoble Gesture
Irma Grese and Ilse Koch: Daughters of Satan
Alexandra Federovna: The Last Tsarina
Those Who Hanged at Nuremburg
August Stramm: Battlefield/Attack/War Grave
Laurence Binyon: For the Fallen
Siegfried Sassoon: Suicide in the Trenches
Wilfred Owen: Dulce et Decorum est
Rupert Brooke: The Soldier
John McCrae: In Flanders Fields

Conflict

Siege of Vienna (1529): The Devil Let Loose
Siege of Vienna (1683): Enemy at the Gates
Pipers of War
The Victoria Cross: For Valour
Nelson and Trafalgar: England Expects
Pearl Harbor: Tora! Tora! Tora!

HMS Royal Oak: Tragedy at Scapa Flow
Battle of Camerone: Birth of a Legend
Eyewitness to Camerone
Lydia Litvyak: The White Rose of Stalingrad
Battle of Omdurman: Blood in the Sand
Erwin Rommel Part One: The Desert Fox
Erwin Rommel Part II: The Poison Chalice
Erwin Rommel Chooses Suicide: (His Son's Account)
Champ Ferguson: Confederate Guerrilla
Notable Britons Who Fought in World War One

Christmas on the Western Front, 1914: A Soldiers Account
Battle of Britain: The Few
Unit 731: A Vile Contagion
Kamikaze: Divine Wind
The Dambusters: Operation Chastise
S.S City of Benares: Murder of the Innocents
The Battle of Adowa
War in the Vendee
Battle of Verdun: Hell on Earth
The Siege of Mafeking

The Arctic Convoys
The Battle of Tsu Shima
The Battle of Brandy Station
The Alamo: A Fight to the Death
The Battle of the Boyne
Aboukir, Cressy, and Hogue
Custer's Last Stand
Pickett's Charge
Witnessing Pickett's Charge
Gallipoli: The Dardanelles Campaign

The Battle of Jutland: Clash of the Titans
The Lancastria: Churchill's Dark Secret
World War One: The Last Days
The Blitz
Bonaparte's Death March: The Retreat from Moscow
The Battle of Waterloo: A damn close run thing
General James Wolfe: And the Heights of Abraham
The Fall of Singapore; and the End of Empire
The Zeppelin: Terror from the Skies
Gas Attack!

Lusitania: Murder on the High Seas
Sinking the Bismarck: The Death of a Behemoth
The Christmas Truce
Andersonville: Confederate Death Camp
The Red BaronThe Charge of the Light Brigade: Somebody Blundered
Battle of Isandlwana: The Humbling of Empire
Rorke's Drift: Empire at Bay
The Battle of Edgehill
The Battle of Marston Moor
The Battle of Naseby

Georgian

A Hanging in 18th Century London
Gordon Riots: No Popery!
The Duchess of Richmond's Ball
Mutiny on the Bounty
Mutiny on the Bounty: Captain Bligh's Letter to his Wife
Flora MacDonald: The Reluctant Jacobite
Harris's List: Prostitutes and Pimps of Old London Town
Smuggling in Georgian England: The Hawkhurst Gang
Clans Who Fought For Bonnie Prince Charlie, And Against Him
William Wilberforce, and the Abolition of the Slave Trade

The Many Women of Sir Thomas Lawrence
Luddites, Peterloo, and Captain Swing
Slave Ship Zong
Clive of India: The Making of Empire
Burke and Hare: The Body Snatchers
John Newton: Amazing Grace
Brighton Pavilion: The Prince Regent's Folly
The Bloody Code: Law and Order in Georgian England
John Clare: The Peasant Poet
Mother Clap's Molly House

Great Georgian Artists
The Prince Regent and Caroline of Brunswick: The Royal Marriage from Hell
Georgian Style
William Hogarth: London's Critical Eye
The Battle of Culloden: The Bonnie Prince and the '45
Thomas Gray: Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
Samuel Taylor Coleridge: Kubla Khan
William Blake: The Proverbs of Hell
George Gordon, Lord Byron: She Walks in Beauty
Georgian and Victorian Artists: Painting the Industrial Landscape