European Historical Figures

Can you name all of the European historical figures mentioned in the hints?
Quiz by BigGeographyGuy
Last updated: July 23, 2021
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First submittedJanuary 27, 2021
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He started the Protestant reformation against the pope in 1517
Martin Luther
Notorious leader of Nazi Germany in the 1930s and early 40s
Adolf Hitler
Communist dictator who lead the Soviet Union through most of the 20th century
Joseph Stalin
English Saint and Humanist who wrote "Utopia" in 1516
Thomas More
Biologist who discovered Evolution and wrote "On the origin of species" in 1859
Charles Darwin
Italian explorer who claimed to be the first one to discover The New World
Christopher Columbus
He created the ideology of Communism and Marxism
Karl Marx
He unified Germany in 1871
Otto Von Bismark
English king who had six wives and broke away from the Pope forming his own church.
King Henry VIII
He rose to power in France in 1799 during the French Revolution
Napoleon Bonaparte
Famous French dictator during the cold war
Charles De Gaulle
He claimed to be the first person to circumnavigate the world
Ferdinand Magellan
Current Queen of the United Kingdom
Queen Elizabeth II
Current president of Russia
Vladimir Putin
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during WWII
Winston Churchill
Level 59
Feb 2, 2021
why is jfk in this quiz?
Level 63
Feb 3, 2021
Oh lol I will change it.
Level 63
Jun 10, 2021
Wasn't Columbus Italian? Didn't even think you meant him, I thought you were asking for the other one who possibly found Canada before Columbus found the West Indies. But he was Portuguese, I think. And the Vikings were of course before him.
Level 63
Jun 10, 2021
Thanks for letting me know, I did mean Columbus in that question but once I fix the mistake, it should make more sense.