Women of Strength and Conviction.
Here are just ten ladies who in their own right achieved so much in their time. 10 Questions.
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Boudicca when she and her army attacked Colchester it sent shock waves through the Roman Empire, what year was the destruction of Colchester?
Between AD 60-61
Between AD 63-64
Between AD 66-67
Between AD 70-71
Joan of Arc turned the Hundred Years War in favour of France, she was later captured and burned at the stake, what year was she canonized by Pope Benedict XV?
Elizabeth I lived through danger all her life the Babington Plot being one of the most dangerous, what year was The Babington Plot?
Florence Nightingale did so much good in the Crimean War for British soldiers, what English Village is the great lady laid to rest?
Bishops Waltham Hampshire
East Wellow Hampshire
Mary Secole was also involved in the Crimean War nursing the wounded, the soldiers loved her and called her "Mama" Secole, what country was Mary born in?
Emmeline Pankhurst through her hard work gained the right for women in Britain to vote along with other equality issues, what British city was Emmeline born in?
Edith Cavell during WWI helped over 200 soldiers escape the Germans, she was shot by firing squad in 1915 in what country?
Vera Atkins and certain military personnel after WWII went looking in mainland Europe for the Nazis who murdered her female agents in S.O.E., what was Vera's actual birth surname?
Golda Meir in the Yom Kippur war was totally against the odds, but she and Israel overcame the would be invaders, what year was the Yom Kippur War?
Margaret Thatcher, her defining moment was winning the Falklands War in 1982 and humiliating Argentina, to relax what was Mrs.T's favourite tipple?
Vodka and Tonic
Whisky and Coke
Gin and Tonic
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