GENERAL ELECTION POSTER QUIZ!
Guess the year that each of these posters featured in the election campaign! If you guess 3 of the 5 correctly, you will be entered to the @VersusHistory prize draw!
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In which election year did the Conservative Party use this poster? *
This poster, which aimed to demonise Tony Blair, was part of the disjointed and largely unsuccessful election campaign led by John Major ...
This poster, which aimed to demonise Tony Blair, was part of the disjointed and largely unsuccessful election campaign led by John Major ...
In which year did this poster feature as part of Winston Churchill's election campaign? *
The election campaign of this year witnessed the Conservative Party using Churchill and his war achievements as the central pillar of the campaign, while the Labour Party focused on implementing the Welfare State and the recommendations of the Beveridge Report. Labour won.
The election campaign of this year witnessed the Conservative Party using Churchill and his war achievements as the central pillar of the campaign, while the Labour Party focused on implementing the Welfare State and the recommendations of the Beveridge Report. Labour won.
In which election year did the Labour Party use this poster? *
This election year witnessed another Margaret Thatcher victory.
This election year witnessed another Margaret Thatcher victory.
In which year was this poster deployed by the Labour Party, merging the face of then-leader William Hague with Margaret Thatcher? *
William Hague's campaign of that year focused strongly on the issues of Europe, immigration and taxes. The Conservative Party lost.
William Hague's campaign of that year focused strongly on the issues of Europe, immigration and taxes. The Conservative Party lost.
In which election year did the Liberal Democrats deploy this poster? *
This election year would see the then-leader Nick Clegg take up the position of Deputy Prime Minister, with David Cameron as Prime Minister.
This election year would see the then-leader Nick Clegg take up the position of Deputy Prime Minister, with David Cameron as Prime Minister.
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