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World Leaders Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers

Free trivia quiz questions with answers about leaders of the world

 

World Leaders Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers

Who was born Karl Herbert Frahm?
A: Willy Brandt.

Errol Flynn's Last film was a documentary tribute to which world leader?
A: Castro.

Who was the first Prime Minister of independent South Africa?
A: Louis Botha.

In what year did Hussein become king of Jordan?
A: 1952.

Which leader did Churchill say was like a "female llama surprised in her bath?"
A: Charles de Gaulle.

Who did Lionel Jospin replace as French Prime Minister?
A: Alain Juppe.

Which part of Lenin was preserved after his death?
A: Brain.

 

In what year was the world's first woman Prime Minister elected?
A: 1960.

Which British Prime Minister was Rudyard Kipling's cousin?
A: Stanley Baldwin.

What did Mao Tse Tung call the "Great leap forward"?
A: Enforced industrialization.

Who became Russian Prime Minister in September 1998?
A: Yevgeni Primakov.

Who was described by his foreign minister as having, "a nice smile. but he has got iron teeth?"
A: Mikhail Gorbachev.

Who succeeded Brezhnev as President of the USSR?
A: Andropov.

Who became president of Zambia in 1991?
A: Chiluba.

 

Who was Nigeria's first President and has been described as the father of modern Nigeria?
A: Nnamdi Azikiwe.

Who was chairman of the Organization of African Unity from 1975-76?
A: Idi Amin

Gorbachev introduced the expression perestroika but what does it mean?
A: Reconstruction.

Who received the Nobel Peace prize in 1998?
A: John Hume and David Trimble.

How was Papa Doc also known?
A: Francois Duvalier.

Who was the last leader of Communist East Germany?
A: Egon Krenz.

 

What name was given to the period of rule of Emperor Hirohito?
A: Showa.

Who said, "We are not at war with Egypt. We are in armed conflict?"
A: Anthony Eden.

Who was the leader of ZAPU?
A: Joshua Nkomo.

Who said, "We have the happiest Africans in the world?"
A: Ian Smith.

Which newspaper originally coined the term Iron Lady about Margaret Thatcher?
A: Red Star.