History by Letter #2 - G

Name the historical things, people, and places, all of which begin with G!
Be sure to try the original History by Letter series, and the rest of History by Letter #2!
Quiz by Geoguy
Last updated: March 14, 2015
First submittedMarch 14, 2015
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Only female Indian Prime Minister, was assassinated
Indira Gandhi
British Colony, subject of war between Spain and the UK
Name of six English Kings
Dutch painter who painted 'Starry Night'
Vincent van Gogh
Last leader of the Soviet Union
Mikhail Gorbachev
US President who can be seen on the $50 bill
Ulysses S. Grant
Right Hand of Hitler, founder of the Gestapo
Hermann Göring
Swedish King who won the Thirty Years War, called the Father of Modern Warfare
Gustav II Adolf
Branch of Mathematics that Euclid was father of
City where Christopher Columbus was born
Site of the Great Pyramids
Tanzania's name when it was a German Colony
German East Africa
Portuguese Colony in India
German Author who wrote Faust
Country formerly known as the Gold Coast where many countries set up colonies
Mongol Khanate comprising the northwestern sector of the Mongol Empire
Khanate of the Golden Horde
Andalusian City founded by the Muslim Umayyad Dynasty
Spanish town famously bombed in WWII, subject of a famous Picasso painting
Giant fortification that was to protect China from invaders from the North
Great Wall of China
Greatest economic crisis of the 20th century, originated in the USA
Great Depression
320-550 Empire in India, which enabled India's Golden Age
Gupta Empire
Level 61
Apr 11, 2017
Can you please accept "Goering" as an alternative spelling? It is the way it would be spelt without an umlaut!
Level 29
Jun 23, 2020
The Bombing of Guernica happened during the Spanish Civil War not WW2.