Politics Quiz Questions and Answers

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Politics Quiz Questions and Answers

 

Politics Quiz Questions and Answers

 

 

Politics Quiz Questions Part 1

Politics Quiz 1-15

 

1) Which politician described Russia “A puzzle with in a mystery, wrapped up in an enigma”?

Answer: Winston Churchill.

 

2) What is the name of Queen Elizabeth II’s youngest son?

Answer: Edward.

 

3) Who was the first Labor Prime Minister to form government in 1924?

Answer: Ramsay MacDonald.

 

4) Who lived at Lambeth Palace?

Answer: The Archbishop of Canterbury.

 

5) Who became the first non-Communist Polish Prime Minister since the 2nd world war in 1939?

Answer: Tadeusz Mazowiecki.

 

6) Name the first woman Prime Minister of Israel.

Answer: Golda Meir.

 

7) In which self-governing country in the world did women first obtain the right to vote in a national election?

Answer: New Zealand.

 

8) He was a British Socialist Politician who lived between 1897 and 1960 best known as the architect of the National Health Service?

Answer: Aneurin Bevan.

 

9) He was the German diplomat and statesman and was chief architect of the German Empire and was known as the Iron Chancellor. Who was he?

Answer: Otto von Bismarck.

 

10) Which politician was chiefly responsible for the creation of the British Police force as we know it?

Answer: Robert Peel.

 

11) What is the name of the National Parliament of the Irish Republic?

Answer: Dail Eireann.

 

12) In which country is the Cortes Parliament?

Answer: Spain.

 

13) Two Victorian politician were known as The People’s Tribune and Dizzy. Name them.

Answer: William Ewart Gladstone and Benjamin Disraeli.

 

14) In the World of International Alliances what is O. A. U?

Answer: The organization of African Unity.

 

15) What is the Icelandic Parliament called?

Answer: The Althing.

 

Politics Quiz Questions Part 2

Politics Quiz 16-30

Stanford Political Science

 

16) What is the collective name of the international agreements by all the member states of the European Community?

Answer: Treaties of Rome.

 

17) What are the two main political parties in the Republic of Ireland called?

Answer: Fianna Fail and Fine Gael.

 

18) For how many years is a French President elected?

Answer: Seven years.

 

19) Who was the founder of Christian Democratic Union (CDU) in West Germany?

Answer: Konrad Adenauer.

 

20) Who was the first President of Turkey?

Answer: Kemal Ataturk.

 

21) George Bush was the President of USA during the period of _?

Answer: 1989-1993.

 

22) Who was the youngest Prime Minister in the history of Canada?

Answer: Joe Clark.

 

23) For fifteen years, who was India’s Prime Minister?

Answer: Indira Gandhi.

 

24) Who was the last king of Ethiopia?

Answer: Haile Selassie.

 

25) Who was the first president of Indonesia?

Answer: Sukarno.

 

26) Who rebuilt the Democratism of Spain?

Answer: Juan Carlos.

 

27) Who was the first President of independent Belgian Congo?

Answer: Joseph Kasavubu.

 

28) Who banned slavery in America?

Answer: Abraham Lincoln.

 

29) Who was the first prime minister of Jamaica and the founder of People’s National Party?

Answer: Michael Manley.

 

30) Who was the Prince of Japan?

Answer: Prince Naruhito.

 

Politics Quiz Questions Part 3

Politics Quiz 31-50

 

31) Which soviet leader did Leonid Brezhnev and Alexei Kosygin replace in a Kremlin coup in October 1964?

Answer: Nikita Khrushchev.

 

32) Who was the President of United States from 1963-69 holding office after John F Kennedy and before Richard M. Nixon?

Answer: Lyndon B. Johnson.

 

33) Name the next five conservative party leaders who became Prime Ministers after Sir Winston Churchill:

Answer: Anthony Eden, Harold Macmillan, Alec Douglas Home, Edward Heath, Margaret Thatcher.

 

34) Who was Hitler’s propaganda minister during the period of 1933-1945?

Answer: Joseph Goebbels.

 

35) What did these American presidents (Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley and John F Kennedy) have in common?

Answer: They were all assassinated in office.

 

36) In World War I who was known as the ‘Welsh Wizard’?

Answer: David Lloyd George.

 

37) Elbridge Gerry, a U.S. Politician, gave his name to a questionable political practice. What was this practice and what did it consist of?

Answer: Gerrymandering – altering the boundaries of a constituency to ensure the election of a selected candidate.

 

38) What is the color of the seats in the House of Lords?

Answer: Red.

 

39) What is the color of the seats in the House of Commons?

Answer: Green.

 

40) Who was the Boer, fought against the British in the Boer War and later became twice Prime Minister of South Africa in 1919 and 1939?

Answer: Jan Christiaan Smuts.

 

41) Which department of the British Government is named after the French word for chessboard?

Answer: The Exchequer.

 

42) Bismarck’s war policy in the 19th century was contained in three words – ‘Blut und Eisen’ what is the English translation?

Answer: Blood and Iron.

 

43) Which was the nationality of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, the authors of the Communist Manifesto?

Answer: German.

 

44) Richard M. Nixon was the President of the United States of America between 1969 and 1974. ‘M’ in his name stands for what?

Answer: Milhous.

 

45) The Speaker presides over debates in the House of Commons. What is his opposite number in the House of Lords?

Answer: The Lord Chancellor.

 

46) Who succeeded Harold Macmillan as the Prime Minister of Great Britain?

Answer: Sir Alec Douglas Home.

 

47) What other title is held by the First Lord of the Treasury?

Answer: Prime Minister of Great Britain.

 

48) Which post-war Prime Minister represented the constituencies of Stockton-on-Tees (1924-29 and 1931-45) and Bromley (1945-64)?

Answer: The Rt Hon. Maurice Harold MacMillan.

 

49) He was a 16th century Italian Statesman and he gave his name to a word meaning unscrupulous political cunning. Who was he?

Answer: Niccolò Machiavelli.

 

50) Which European country claims to have the world’s oldest parliament established in 930 AD?

Answer: Iceland-The Althing.

 

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