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Who was known as the Iron Lady? — Political Trivia




Remembering Heroes

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Who was known as the Iron Lady?

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Who was the main leader of the Soviet Union during WWII?

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Who was the first African American Supreme Court justice?

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Who was the first female chancellor of Germany?

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Who was the US president during World War I?

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Who fought for women's suffrage in the USA?

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Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence?

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Who was the longest-serving British prime minister?

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Who was a key figure in the American Revolution?

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Who wrote 'I Have a Dream' speech?

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Who was the first black president of the USA?

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Who led India to independence in 1947?

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Who fought apartheid in South Africa?

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Who was the first female prime minister of the UK?

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Who led the civil rights movement in the 1960s?

Did you know? Remembering Heroes, the act of honoring individuals who have made significant sacrifices or contributions, has roots in various ancient civilizations.

The Greeks and Romans, for example, celebrated their heroes through epic poems and statues, immortalizing their deeds for future generations. This practice not only kept the memory of the heroes alive but also reinforced societal values and inspired others to act with courage and integrity.

Today, we continue this tradition through memorials, holidays like Veterans Day, and even digital tributes on social media. This enduring practice underscores the universal human desire to honor bravery and selflessness, ensuring that the stories of our heroes live on.

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  1. Charlie

    July 2, 2024 at 6:16 pm

    Again, all of my answers were correct, but it said that I missed 2. This thing is constantly getting it wrong.

  2. Charlie

    July 4, 2024 at 8:54 pm

    This time the count was correct at 100%

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