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Three Hundred and Thirty Five Years' War: Quiz


Question 1: The Netherlands had been assisted by the English under a number of rulers in the Eighty Years' War (1568–1648), starting with Queen ________.
Edward VI of EnglandElizabeth I of EnglandHenry VIII of EnglandJames I of England

Question 2: In 1985, Roy Duncan, historian and Chairman of the Isles of Scilly Council, wrote to the Dutch ________ in London to dispose of the "myth" that the islands were still at war.
ItalyDiplomacyDiplomatic missionTaipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office

Question 3: The Royalist Navy was forced to retreat to the ________, which lie off the Cornish coast and were under the ownership of Royalist Sir John Grenville.
ScotlandCornwallWalesIsles of Scilly

Question 4: ________, generally considered the world's shortest war
KenyaAnglo-Zanzibar WarLloyd MathewsTanzania

Question 5: ________ (1536–1881), another example of a very long war
ToquiArauco WarAillarehueMapuche

Question 6: The origins of the war can be found in the ________, fought between the Royalists and Parliamentarians from 1642 to 1652.
Second English Civil WarJohn Lambert (general)First English Civil WarEnglish Civil War timeline

Question 7: The Three Hundred and Thirty Five Years' War (Dutch: Driehonderdvijfendertigjarige Oorlog) was a war between the Netherlands and the ________ (located off the southwest coast of the United Kingdom).
ScotlandWalesCornwallIsles of Scilly

Question 8: Oliver Cromwell had fought the Royalists to the edges of the ________.
Politics of EnglandHistory of EnglandEnglish peopleKingdom of England

Question 9: Despite the uncertain validity of the ________, peace was finally declared in 1986.
World War IILeague of NationsDeclaration of warKorean War

Question 10: The Treaty of Münster (30 January 1648) had confirmed Dutch independence from ________.


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