This week's Trivia: Battles

Some of the fiercest warriors in history proved their mettle in battles to historic, they are still studied today. Even with "primitive" weapons guile and cunning have allowed even outnumbered forces to win the day. Can you show even half that valor when faced the challenge of this week's trivia quiz?
Earn 50 J!NX EXP if you correctly answer at least 4 questions on the quiz!
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According to the legends, how many Spartans remained to hold the line at the Battle of Thermopylae in 480 BCE?


Which of these was a landing point of the Allied forces during the Invasion of Normandy on D-Day?


While commonly known as the Battle of the Bulge, what was the official name (used by the U.S. Army) of the campaign that ended up having the largest number of American casualties in WWII?


The Battle of Gettysburg took place during which war in American History?


A major battle during the Texas Revolution was over a church that was fortified with eighteen cannons. The locals at the time called it Mision San Antonio de Valero. It is now known as what?


What was the name of the battle where Napoleon met defeat at the hands of Wellington and Blucher on June 18, 1815?


Zulu warriors fought againt British warriors led by Lord Chelmsford at which of the following locations, which was actually a farm?


The first day of the Battle of the Somme, July 1, 1916 during WWI, was the worst single day in British history, with their forces suffering 60,000 casualties. Which of the following debuted during the course of the battle?


The Battles of Lexington & Concord coincide with which other event in American history?


The Battle of Khe Sanh, where Viet Cong forces laid seige to an American military base, occurred over the course of several months in which year?