Battlefields Trust Wessex Region Quiz
Battles, battlefields and sieges in Hampshire, Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire
Who commanded Parliament's army at the Battle of Cheriton, 29 March 1644?
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The Battle of Sedgemoor was the last major pitched battle on English soil. When was it fought?
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Which Civil War battle involved a charge across a waterway called the Wagg Rhyne?
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Despite only having a tiny garrison this castle (above) held out for two weeks against an invading French army in 1216. Where is it?
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Which south coast town was sacked by a force of French and Genoese raiders on 4 October 1338?
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Which of the region's castles was unsuccessfully attacked by the French in 1377?
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Why did Roundhead Edmund Ludlow surrender Old Wardour Castle to the Royalists in March 1644?
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In 1643 Sir Arthur Hesilrige raised a force of heavily armoured cavalry to fight in the region. What was their nickname?
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On which battlefield would you find this memorial (below)
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Which of these is the odd one out?
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Which of these women held Corfe Castle for King Charles I throughout most of the First Civil War
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