Statistics for Name The Battle - Difficult #3

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  • This quiz has been taken 22 times
  • The average score is 7 of 15

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YearDescriptionBattle% Correct
1937 CEBattle between Chinese and Japanese, ending in Japanese victory and preceding massacre of Chinese, including civilians; often given the title "Rape"Battle of Nanking
94%
1943 CELast strategic offensive Nazi Germany was able to mount against the Soviet Union in WWIIBattle of Kursk
72%
1945 CEAllied attacks on Japanese in the Ryukyu Islands in WWII, including the largest amphibious assault in the War in the PacificBattle of Okinawa
67%
1861 CEFirst major battle of the American Civil War, won by ConfederatesFirst Battle of Bull Run
61%
1775 CEPyrrhic British victory against fortified American revolutionaries during Siege of BostonBattle of Bunker Hill
56%
9 CERomans ambushed and massacred by Germanic tribes in modern day GermanyBattle of the Teutoburg Forest
56%
1801 CEClose-run British naval victory over Danish during Napoleonic Wars; involved Horatio Nelson though not as the main commanderBattle of Copenhagen
44%
1870 CEGerman victory over French in Franco-Prussian War; capture of Emperor Napoleon III resulted in end of Second French Empire, effective German victory in Franco-Prussian War and start of the French Third RepublicBattle of Sedan
44%
1914 CEKnown as a "Miracle", an Allied victory against the Central Powers on the Western Front during WWI; is generally perceived to have prevented success of Schlieffen Plan and therefore Germany's attempt to knock France out before Russia could mobilise and open a two-front war against themFirst Battle of the Marne
44%
378 CEGoths defeat the Eastern Roman Empire and kill their emperor, Valens; the battle is considered by some to have led to the fall of the Western Roman EmpireBattle of Adrianople
39%
1879 CEDecisive Zulu victory over British in Anglo-Zulu War, despite British technological superiorityBattle of Isandlwana
39%
1187 CEMajor battle won by Ayyubids under Saladin against Crusaders; resulted in Guy of Lusignan, the King of Jerusalem's capture, though he was sparedBattle of Hattin
28%
405 BCESpartan naval victory led by Lysander against Athens which ended the Peloponnesian WarBattle of Aegospotami
22%
1759 CEBritish and German allied troops beat French and Saxon troops; notable for a misunderstanding resulting in British infantry advancing in lines to attack French cavalry, only for the British infantry to destroy the French cavalry; part of Britain's Annus Mirabilis of 1759Battle of Minden
17%
1643 CEFrench victory over Spanish in Thirty Years' War; considered to mark the downfall of the idea of the "invincible" tercioBattle of Rocroi
11%

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