Easy Trivia Quiz Questions


Which US President said, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman"?
A: Bill Clinton.

Pope John Paul II came from what eastern European country?
A: Poland.

In the 60s, Nelson Mandela sent to prison in what country?
 A: South Africa.

Lech Walesa lead the conflict against the communist government in what country?
A: Poland.

Which actor turned President in the 1980s survived an assassination attempt?
A: Ronald Reagan.

Standard Oil was founded by what famous businessman?
 A: John D. Rockefeller.

Who was beheaded for not to recognizing Henry VIII as head of the church?
A: Thomas More.

Dr. Benjamin Spock published an influential book in 1946 about what topic?
A: Baby and child care.

Which US President once said, "I know I'm getting better at golf because I'm hitting fewer spectators?"
 A: Gerald Ford.

Carlos Leon, a fitness trainer, is the father of what singer's child?
 A: Madonna.

In what country is Aung San Suu Kyi a controversial leader?
A: Myanmar.

Who did Hosni Mubarak succeed as President of Egypt?
A: Anwar Sadat.

In 1991 what South African President repealed key parts of the apartheid laws?
 A: F W De Klerk.

During World War II, who led the Free French forces?
A: Charles de Gaulle.

The battle of Little Bighorn in 1876 was whose last stand?
A: General Custer's.

In what country was Picasso born?
A: Spain.

In what country was Pancho Villa a revolutionary?
 A: Mexico.

What Russian leader imposed a reign of terror during the 1930s and 1940s?
A: Stalin.

Gandhi led India to overthrow British rule by what means?
A: non-violent.

To win the world heavyweight title for the first time, who did Cassius Clay beat?
 A:  Sonny Liston.