101 Random History Trivia Easy Quiz Facts of the Day

  • November 21, 2022
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Muhammad al-Faqih al-Muqaddam, a descendant of Ahmad al-Muhajir, established the Ba ‘Alawi tariqa, which bears his name and is closely associated with the Ba ‘Alawi dynasty. Explore random history trivia easy quiz facts of the day. The lineages of Imam al-two Muhajir’s grandsons, Basri and Jadid, were severed after a number of generations. Imam al-grandson Muhajir’s Alawi was the first Sayyid to be born in Hadhramaut and the only one of Imam al-descendants Muhajir’s to generate a continuous line. As a result, the Hadhramautian descendants of Imam Al-Muhajir use the name B’Alawi (“descendants of Alawi”).

Since then, the Ba ‘Alawi Sadah has been residing in Hadhramaut in Southern Yemen and upholding the Shafi’i school of fiqh’s Sunni creed. A descendant of Imam Ahmad al-Muhajir who became an expert in Islamic studies was initially referred to as Imam, then Sheikh, but was subsequently known as Habib. Enjoy random history trivia easy quiz facts of the day. They first started to leave Hadhramaut in considerable numbers over the world around 1700 AD, frequently to engage in da’wah (Islamic missionary work). Additionally, their travels had taken them to Southeast Asia. In a rare instance in the history of the diaspora, these immigrants from Hadhram assimilated into their local cultures. For instance, the House of Jamalullail of Perlis is a Ba ‘Alawi descendant. Habib Salih of Lamu, Kenya, also had Ba ‘Alawi ancestry. Share random history trivia easy quiz facts of the day. Many of these immigrants settled in Indonesia and married local women or men, perhaps from noble or even royal families, and their offspring went on to rule as sultans or kings, as in the case of the sultanates of Pontianak or Siak Indrapura.

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1. What is history's shortest war?

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War between England and Zanzibar. It lasted only 38 minutes.

2. Which country has the record of Seven of the ten deadliest wars in human history?

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China

3. What percentage of history has been believed to lost over time?

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97%

4. What is the name of meditation the Buddhist monks in northern Japan practiced, in which they would mummify themselves alive by slowly weaning themselves off food and water before eventually starving to death?

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Sokushinbutsu

5. DUring which century, dentures were commonly made with teeth pulled from the mouths of dead soldiers?

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Before the 19th century

6. Who once electrocuted a circus elephant to death on Coney Island?

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Thomas Edison

7. What was the name of the novella written by Morgan Robertson fourteen years before the Titanic sank, about the imaginary large unsinkable ship "Titan" hitting an iceberg in the Northern Atlantic?

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Futility

8. During which century in the United States, it was considered a cruel and unusual punishment to feed lobster to prisoners and convicts

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During the 1800s

9. What was the name of the community in China alone had twice as many deaths as World War 1?

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The Taiping Rebellion

10. Between 1900 and 1920, what was an Olympic event?

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Tug of War

11. During which time, it was believed that sperm produced from the left testicle produced girls. To ensure having a son, men would have it removed?

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Middle Ages

12. What re the name of US presidents who died hours apart on the same day, July 4, 1826, the 50th anniversary of American independence?

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Thomas Jefferson and John Adams

13. During World War II, a Pennsylvania dentist convinced President Roosevelt to bomb Japan with timed explosives attached to _________, which was eventually foiled

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Thousands of bats

14. Who was the tallest married couple ever recorded, who also gave birth to a 22-pound baby?

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Anna Haining Swan (7'11") and Martin Van Buren Bates (7'9")

15. Who was the smallest Major League Baseball player of all time with 3'7" hight?

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Eddie Gaedel

16. Which President served the shortest term in U.S. history. He died of a cold just two months into his presidency?

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President William Henry Harrison

17. What was the outcome of the incident, when in 1945, a balloon bomb launched by Japan landed in Oregon, where a woman and five children died when it explored?

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Triggered America to enter the war

18. In which year, researchers at Princeton University turned a living cat into a telephone?

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1929

19. The name "Nazi" was taken from pre-existing slang for a backward peasant.

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True

20. Instead of saying 'cheese,' what did the Victorians said when their picture was about to be taken?

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'prunes'

21. The Civil War began on the farm of ___________, who then moved more than a hundred miles away to escape the fighting, only to have the war end inside his new house at Appomattox

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Wilmer McLean

23. What was the name of history's longest war, likely lasted for 335 years with zero casualties?

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War between the Netherlands and the Isles of Sicily

24. Urine contains ammonia, which is one of the best natural cleaning agents on the planet, inspired Greeks to use urine as mouthwash

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False, Romans

25. What grade did the 17-year-old Robert Heft get in the school project when he designed the current 50 star U.S. flag as the school project?

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B-

26. A passenger who lived through the traumatic fire and sinking of a ship in 1871 faced his fears and boarded the Titanic in 1912. He sank with the ship.

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True

27. In 1838, who wrote "The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket", a book about four crewmen on a whaling ship who ended up stranded?

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Edgar Allan Poe

28. People were buried alive so often in the 19th century that a safety coffin was invented so the "dead" would have the ability to alert those above ground if they were still alive

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True

27. Who kept a pet bear in his dorm room while studying at Cambridge University?

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Lord Byron

28. During which war soldiers on both sides were offered bounties upon enlistment, causing some men to enlist and escape again and again in order to collect multiple bounties. One man collected 32 before he was finally caught?

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Civil War

29. What was the first major World Expo registered under the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) after World War II?

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Expo 58, also known as the Brussels World’s Fair

30. How many cities Alexander the Great named after himself?

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Over 70 cities

31. Who was the first member of her dynasty to speak Ancient Egyptian?

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Cleopatra

32. Before who invaded Britain, many Romans didn’t believe he existed?

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Julius Caesar

33. Which disster was exposed to so much radiation that it changed one fire fighter's eye color?

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Chernobyl

34. What was originally designed to be used as one big, communal napkin?

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Tablecloth

35. What were the most popular pets in the Roman Empire?

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Ferrets, dogs and monkeys

36. During the Soviet-era rule of the late 20th century, simply mentioning whose name was a crime against the USSR?

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Genghis Khan

37. Why was the guillotine was invented?

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To create “equality in execution”

38. America’s National School Lunch Program of 1946 was due to which event of history?

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WWII

39. In Ancient Greece, they believed redheads became vampires after death.

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True

40. Who had a Doctor’s note to drink an “indefinite” amount of alcohol in Prohibition America?

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Winston Churchill

41. Who helped design the Volkswagen Beetle?

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Adolf Hitler

42. Which pilot in the plane to drop the first nuclear bomb on Hiroshima, who, being close to death in his old age, decided he didn’t want a funeral or a headstone as he worried it would become a place for protesting nuclear armament?

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Paul Tibbets

43. People of which Ancient civilization used slabs of stone as pillows?

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Egyptians

44. The first known artworks date back to roughly 100,000 years ago found in which country?

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France

45. In which century in England, pineapples were a status symbol?

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18th century

46. In medieval England, what was the word “ask” pronounced?

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“axe”

47. In 1710, Native American leaders traveled to Britain to visit which Queen?

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Queen Anne at the Court of St. James Palace

48. In which year the 7.62mm rifle bullet, the ammunition AK47 assault rifles use, was created?

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it was developed by the Russian Empire in 1891

49. What was the hamburgers called during World War II by Americans?

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“liberty steaks”

50. Spanning between 1651 – 1986, which war was a by-product of the English Civil War and the decision of the Dutch to side with the Parliamentarians over the Royalists?

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The Dutch-Scilly War

51. Who originated the “yo momma” joke?

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Shakespeare, in his play Titus Andronicus

52. Why did Hollywood move from New York to Los Angeles?

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To escape Edison’s patents, including most of the technology needed to make high-end movies

53. The first official Medals of Honor were awarded during which war?

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The American Civil War

54. Who invented the the wheeled office chair of Charles Darwin?

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Charles Darwin invented his own

55. Who was William Patrick Stuart-Houston, fought against the Nazis in World War II?

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Adolf Hitler’s nephew

56. Who was the fastest surgeon who ever ended up causing a 300% mortality rate, as before anesthesia, speed was essential when performing surgery to minimize pain to the patient?

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Surgeon Robert Liston was considered “the fastest knife in the West”. He was a pioneer in speed-surgery.

57. What is still the largest capacity sports arena ever built?

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The Circus Maximum in Rome, holds between 150,000 – 250,000 people

58. World’s largest capacity stadium Rungrado May Day Stadium in North Korea, can hold roughly 114,000 people, was opened in which year?

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1 May 1989

59. There were “dance marathons” during which event of history?

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The Great Depression

60. Russia ran out of which thing celebrating the end of World War II?

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Vodka

61. A total of around 19 million men in the world are direct descendants of whom?

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Genghis Khan

62. During WWII, the British & Soviets launched a joint invasion of neutral Iran.

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True

62. For 12 years during the French Revolutionary Period, which country had a whole new calendar?

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France

63. Who is reported to kill over 650 young women and regularly bathed in the blood of virgins to preserve her youthful looks?

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Notorious Hungarian female serial killer Elizabeth Báthory, born on August 7th, 1560

64. Despite destroying over 13,500 houses and displacing 80,000 people, which accident of history only claimed the lives of 6 unlucky Londoners?

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The great fire of 1666

65. The World War II army of of which country is the biggest army in history?

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The US

66. Which famous university is older than the Aztec Empire?

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University of Oxford, first opened its doors to students all the way back in 1096

67. In which era, specially-made mugs, pragmatically called “mustache cups”, had guards on them which prevented a man’s mustache from dipping into their warm cup of tea?

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Victorian era

68. Which Dynasty is the earliest ever lottery that came into being between 205 – 187 BC?

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Chinese Han Dynasty

69. Which Roman is considered as a pretty nasty emperor and was assassinated after four years at the age of 18?

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Elagabalus, with his “4-year reign

70. Ancient Sparta, during its Classical Age, was an immensely wealthy country because of what reason?

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Mainly due to their conquest and domination of a neighboring race named the Helots.

71. Who owned most of the land and wealth in Sparta?

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Spartan women, after death of their spouses

72. Which empire is said to have originated with the founding of the city of Tenochtitlán at Lake Texcoco by the Mexica which occurred in the year 1325?

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The Aztec Empire

73. Which was a popular sport in Europe’s aristocracy during the 17th and 18th century, that would involve a person – or a couple – throwing a fox as far and as high as they could?

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Fox Tossing

74. People of which civilization believed turkeys were the vessels of the Gods, and honored them with worship?

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Mayan people

75. Despite being a Tengrist, who often consulted with Buddhist monks, Muslims, Christian missionaries, and Taoist monks.

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Genghis Khan

76. Thomas Edison didn’t invent most of the stuff he patented.

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Of the 1,093 things he smashed a patent on, he stole near enough most of them off real geniuses like Nikola Tesla, Wilhelm Rontgen and Joseph Swan – the latter of whom originally invented the lightbulb!

77. Who turned down the presidency of Israel.

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Albert Einstein, he wasn’t a citizen of Israel. However he was Jewish. The German-born physicist was offered the post, but turned it down in 1952

78. When did The Leaning Tower of Pisa, the freestanding bell tower was constructed in the 12th century, leaned?

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa was never straight

79. Because of which event of history, People used flour bags, potato sacks, anything made out of burlap really, and food distributors started to make their sacks more colorful to help people remain a little bit fashionable?

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Great Depression

80. What is Althing?

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World’s oldest parliament in history in Iceland

81. Since the end of WWI, how many people have died from leftover unexploded bombs?

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Since 1919, over 1,000 civilians and ordnance collectors have died from explosions caused by these in France and Belgium.

82. Which is considered the longest year in human history?

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46 BC was 445 days long and is the longest year in human history.

83. 100 million years ago, which place was inhabited by galloping crocodiles?

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the Sahara Desert

84. During which period, it was normal to photograph relatives after they died?

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the Victorian period

85. What sport the nation to win the most medals in this was Britain with 5 (2 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze), then the USA with 3 (1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze), while Sweden had one gold medal, France and the Netherlands had one silver medal, and Belgium won a bronze medal?

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Tug of War in Olympic sport

86. The term “saved by the bell” does not originate from people being buried alive.

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The term actually comes from boxing.

87. During which Triumph, soldiers sang lewd songs about their commander to amuse the crowds.

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From Julius Caesar’s Gallic Roman Triumph

88. Germany uncovers 2,000 tons of unexploded bombs every year which was dripped during

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WWII, the Allied armies dropped roughly 2.7 million tons of bombs over Nazi-occupied Europe. Half of that which landed on Germany

89. In Ancient Greece, who used to wear skirts?

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Men

90. Hitler, Churchill, Stalin, and Roosevelt were the masterminds of which historic event?

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WWII

91. A singing birthday card has more computer chip power in it than the entire Allied Army of WWII.

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True

92. In 1386, a pig was executed in France for what reason?

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One such case happened in Falaise, France, where a pig attacked a child’s face who went on to later die from their wounds.

93. During what time Cleopatra reigned, that was roughly 2,500 years after the Great Pyramid of Giza's built (between roughly 2580 BC – 2560 BC), and roughly 2,000 years before the first lunar landings in 1969?

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From 51 BC to 30 BC

94. Who invented Shrapnel?

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British Army Officer Henry Shrapnel

95. During which time, all British tanks are equipped with tea-making facilities?

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Since 1945, before this time, British tank crews had to exit their armored vehicles when they wanted to make a quick coffee.

96. During which time of history, the French built a “fake Paris”?

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World War I

97. What was the name of The Eastern Roman Empire’s weapon used in ship-mounted flamethrowers?

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Greek Fire

98. Hand-written Voynich Manuscript has been carbon-dated to roughly with period?

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1404 – 1438

99. During a sea battle in Pacific Ocean during December 1940, two Royal Navy ships, the HMS Prince of Wales, and the HMS Repulse were sunk by which side?

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Japanese fighters

100. 4% of the Normandy beaches are made up of what?

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shrapnel from the D-Day Landings

101. The saying “fly off the handle” originates from which time?

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the 1800s, it’s a saying that refers to cheap axe-heads flying off their handles when swung backwards before a chop

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Lord Curzon, whose full name is George Nathaniel Curzon, Marquess Curzon, was a British statesman who served as India’s viceroy from 1898 to 1905 and as foreign secretary from 1921 to 1925. He was also known as Baron Curzon of Kedleston (1898–1911) and Earl Curzon of Kedleston (1911–21). He died in London on March 20, 1925. Solve random history trivia easy quiz facts of the day. The 4th Baron Scarsdale, the rector of Kedleston, Derbyshire, had the oldest son named Curzon. His early life was significantly impacted by his parents’ benign neglect as well as the authoritarian behavior of his governess, whom he later referred to as “a harsh and vengeful dictator,” and his first preparatory schoolmaster (a firm believer in corporal punishment). He was an emotional and wayward student at Eton, where he clashed with his tutors but also showed a remarkable talent for learning from books. By working hard in private, he surprised everyone by taking home more prizes than anyone had ever won—for subjects like French, Italian, and history, among others.

He was stricken with crippling back pain just before enrolling in Oxford in 1878 as a result of a riding injury that had occurred four years earlier. Instead of following the doctor’s suggestion to rest, he put on a leather harness and wore it for the remainder of his life. Compete over random history trivia and easy quiz facts of the day. From that point on, the back pain would keep him up at night, make him use medicines, and frequently leave him agitated and unstable at some of the most crucial times in his professional life and the affairs of the British Empire. It should be noted that the discomfort only served to increase his intellect and never prevented him from accomplishing amazing feats of physical and mental endurance.

Curzon was appointed a member of All Souls College in 1883 after being elected president of the Oxford Union in 1880. He had a talent for gaining friends in influential positions, which his colleagues were likely to find annoying. Enjoy random history trivia easy quiz facts of the day. At Oxford, a rhyme that would later prompt him to write, “Never has greater evil been done to one single individual than that accursed doggerel has done to me,” was being distributed about this time. It went like this:

(The dukes of Marlborough live at Blenheim.) Two years later, he was eating even more regularly at Lord Salisbury’s family house, Hatfield House, where he was now conducting research and writing speeches for the Conservative leader in the House of Lords. Salisbury’s nomination of Curzon to the Southport, Lancashire, Tories, who agreed to support him as their candidate in the next election, was his reward. Love these random history trivia easy quiz facts of the day. Since it was a safe Tory seat, Curzon was elected to parliament for the first time in 1886. He abandoned his legislative responsibilities to travel the world with Salisbury’s blessing and returned to Asia enamored. Three publications, Russia in Central Asia (1889), Persia and the Persian Question (1892), by far his most popular, and Problems of the Far East (1893), were the results of these and subsequent travels (1894).

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Curzon accepted Salisbury’s invitation to take a position as undersecretary of state for India in the Tory administration on November 10, 1891, which was his first step up the political ladder. Like these random history trivia easy quiz facts of the day. When he wed Mary Victoria Leiter, the daughter of Chicago businessman Adolphus (Levi) Leiter, his financial worries—caused by his developing expensive tastes—were allayed. On April 22, 1895, the couple wed in Washington, D.C., and the wedding featured marital settlements totaling several million dollars.

As the newlyweds returned from their honeymoon, Lord Salisbury was ready with an additional gift: he had just been named foreign secretary and was offering Curzon the position of undersecretary of state. Bookmark random history trivia easy quiz facts of the day. Curzon agreed under the condition that he would also become a privy councilor, and on June 29, 1895, at Windsor Castle, he was formally sworn in by Queen Victoria. His climb to political stardom was rapid after this point.

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