History Quiz / Four Letter History A-Z

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Clue4-Letter Word
Henry VIII's wife Boleyn or the one from ClevesA
Surname of composer of the 'Brandenburg Concertos'B
Country that was French Equatorial Africa until 1960C
Indian Ocean explorer, Bartholomeu ____D
___ the Red, first Norse colonizer of GreenlandE
'Event' at the Reichstag in February of 1933F
Klondike prospectors' objectiveG
The American Revolution's Battle of Bunker ___H
Largest empire in pre-Columbian AmericaI
Code name for a WWII D-Day beachJ
Founder of the Mongol Empire, Genghis ____K
Capital city founded by Pizarro in 1535L
Civilization that built Chichen ItzaM
Clue4-Letter Word
Emperor who allegedly fiddled while Rome burnedN
Any of three 10th century Holy Roman EmperorsO
Either William, Younger or Elder, who was PM of the UKP
The Manchu dynasty's official nameQ
Syngman who was the President of South KoreaR
Old trade route from China to Europe, The ___ RoadS
US President between Roosevelt and WilsonT
US state originally named Deseret by the MormonsU
'Veni, Vidi, ____' -- Julius CaesarV
Christopher who designed St. Paul's CathedralW
Oldest of the four Ancient Capitals of ChinaX
English House that battled the LancastersY
Supreme god of ancient GreeceZ
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