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History Crossword #2

2/24/2011 • HistoryNet

Welcome to the History Crossword Puzzle presented by HistoryNet. Every other week (for now) we’ll post a new puzzle. Some will cover a broad range of historical topics; others will have a special theme, such as the American Civil War.

Use the Comments section below to tell us what you think about this interactive feature that lets you put your knowledge of history to the test. Are the puzzles too hard? Too easy? Do you prefer general, broad-based history crossword puzzles or would you like to see more on a particular theme? What frequency would you like for posting new puzzles? Give us your thoughts.

Please note that when you click on a number or click on a clue, the full clue is revealed just below the puzzle.

Click here to see History Crossword # 1

Click here to see History Crossword # 3

Click here to see History Crossword # 4

 

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7 Responses to History Crossword #2

  1. Jerry Fredrick says:

    It’s official…. I’m addicted. Two out of two so far. Bring ’em on!!!!!

  2. TB says:

    Good puzzle. Look forward to the next.

  3. The Forester says:

    If the 1st puzzle was too hard (obscure clues, many answers with only the remotest links to history), this one was absurdly easy. How about something in between?

  4. DW says:

    The questions are sometimes cut off, because they are too long. I have not figured out how to see the rest of them. I.e: 36 ACROSS: “Phil Farnsworth was one of th” How do I see the whole entry?

    • Gerald Swick says:

      Please note that when you click on a number or click on a clue, the full clue is revealed just below the puzzle.

  5. DW says:

    Thank you for the explanation that was in plain sight!

  6. WesternApproaches says:

    Don’t know too much about American history but I’m learning and have enjoyed them.

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