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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How long after the proclamation was issued was Lord Hastings beheaded?
(a) Twenty-four hours
(b) One week
(c) One month
(d) Seventy-two hours
2. How do the facts stack up against Richard and Henry?
(a) They both have equal reasons to do the boys in
(b) Richard has five reasons not to kill the boys, Henry has six reasons to kill them
(c) Richard has seven reasons to kill the boys, Henry has four reasons not to
(d) Richard has six reasons not to kill the boys, Henry has five reasons to kill them
3. What time did Grant believe he would sleep to?
4. Who appears to be at the heart of every issue?
5. What is the major problem with the tale of the martyrs?
(a) Many denied it happening, and even twenty years later no eyewitnesses at all
(b) The woman lived for another forty years after this incident
(c) Those women were killed for treason
(d) Those women never existed
6. What is the surgeon's explanation for the lack of mention of the princes' disappearances?
(a) That he had no idea about the princes yet and neither did anyone else
(b) That they wanted to keep it quiet for the sake of the family
(c) The princes must still have been alive
(d) That these kinds of accusations are made behind closed doors, not in public
7. What was the date that Edward died?
(a) May 9th, 1483
(b) April 23rd, 1482
(c) April 8th, 1483
(d) April 9th, 1483
8. Who was pardoned twice?
(a) Sir James Tyrrel
(b) Sir Henry IV
(c) Sir James Tyrell
(d) Sir William Tonnes
9. Where was Richard the day that Edward died?
(a) On the border of Scotland
(b) In Wales
(c) In York
(d) In London
10. Who else was rumored to have been killed by Richard?
(a) Henry the Sixth's only son
(c) Henry the Seventh's son
(d) Edward's two sons
11. How many men did Rivers set out with?
(a) Fifteen hundred
(b) Two thousand
(c) Eighteen hundred
(d) Three thousand
12. How did the British public react to the execution of people who fought at Richard III's side?
(a) They revolted and refused to pay taxes or work for their Lords
(b) They served him with an order from Parliament that didn't allow it
(c) They rioted and stormed the castle
(d) They killed Henry VII
13. What happened to the vast majority of the York heirs to the throne?
(a) They overthrew Henry
(b) They all died suspiciously
(c) They were judicially murdered
(d) They lived out their lives
14. What does Carradine say most criminals are unable to do?
(a) Justify their acts to God
(b) Go from A to B
(c) Go from B to C
(d) Not get caught
15. What is a dragoon?
(a) A law official
(b) A criminal
(c) A policeman
(d) An executioner
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was the IRA financed by?
2. What did the Bishop tell the council on the eighth of June?
3. What happened to Dighton (one of the two conspirators in the boy princes' deaths)?
4. How old was Richard when Edward was married to Eleanor?
5. What did Henry have to do in order to feel all right about murdering someone, in Carradines' words?
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