January Trivia Questions and Answers

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How much do you know about the month of January and historical events associated with the month? Check out our January trivia questions and answers to find out.

January is a great month as it marks the start of a new year, so there's plenty to talk about. You will learn a lot about the many interesting facts related to the first month of the year.

So if you are ready, let's get quizzing on some January trivia questions and answers!

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January Trivia Questions and Answers

1. What birthstone falls in January?

Answer: Garnet and the rose quartz

2. In Mad Men, who was January Jones portraying?

Answer: Betty Draper

3. What flower symbolises January?

Answer: Carnation

4. On January 1, 2022, the NASA Hubble Space Telescope officially reached what milestone?

Answer: The one-billion seconds mark

5. What U.S. state celebrates its admission to the Union on January 6th?

Answer: Mississippi

6. What day does the US President take the Oath of Office?

Answer: 20th of January

7. Which nation rings in the new year first?

Answer: Tonga

8. Which English monarch was crowned on January 13, 1559?

Answer: Elizabeth I

9. 20 January 1930, saw the birth of Buzz Aldrin. What is his reputation?

Answer: Second person to walk on the moon

10. Which state joined the Union as a state on January 2, 1788?

Answer: Georgia

Easy January Trivia Questions and Answers

11. Which sarcophagus was found by Howard Carter on January 3, 1924, in the Valley of Kings?

Answer: Tutankhamen

12. George Martin, a well-known music producer, was born on January 3, 1926. Who produced the renown?

Answer: The Beatles

13. Which year's January 4 marked the birth of Sir Isaac Newton?

Answer: 1643

14. 15 January 1929, marked the birth of Martin Luther King Jr. In which metropolis was he born?

Answer: Atlanta

15. What year was January 19 when Dolly Parton was born?

Answer: 1946

16. In January 1880, who was the recipient of the lightbulb patent?

Answer: Thomas Edison

17. In January 1944, which siege was broken by the Soviet forces?

Answer: Leningrad

18. On what date was the U.S. capitol attacked by protesters protesting against the presidential election?

Answer: January 6th, 2021

19. Which formula 1 driver was born on January 3, 1969?

Answer: Michael Schumacher

20. On January 4, 2004, which NASA Mars Rover successfully landed on the planet?

Answer: Spirit

Hard January Trivia Questions and Answers

21. Which year's January started the Golden Gate Bridge's construction?

Answer: 1933

22. What country have the coldest temperatures in January?

Answer: Russia

23. The largest recorded snowflake fell in Fort Keogh, Montana, and measured 15 inches wide and 8 inches thick. In which year did this occur?

Answer: January 28, 1887

24. January is also the National Soup Month and National Hot Tea Month in which country?

Answer: United States

25. Thomas Paine published his famous pamphlet "Common Sense," which argued for American independence from Great Britain in which year?

Answer: January 10, 1776

26. Napoleon Bonaparte divorced his wife Joséphine de Beauharnais and married Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria in which year?

Answer: January 10, 1810

27. In January 10, 1871, the first U.S. patent for a pneumatic hammer was issued to?

Answer: Charles F. Pankhurst

28. On January 10, 1927, the first transatlantic telephone call was made between which countries?

Answer: New York City and London

29. On January 10, 1935, who became the first person to fly solo from Hawaii to California?

Answer: Amelia Earhart

30. On January 10, 1943, the United States and Great Britain signed what Declaration, calling for the unconditional surrender of the Axis powers in World War II?

Answer: the Casablanca Declaration

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January Trivia Questions and Answers

31. On January 10, 1976, the Concorde supersonic passenger jet made its first commercial flight, traveling from?

Answer: London to Paris

32. On January 1st, 1863, which country abolished slavery?

Answer: United States of America (Emancipation Proclamation)

33. Which two sports have professional championships held in January?

Answer: Football (Super Bowl) and Basketball (NBA Finals)

34. Who was the first president of the United States to be inaugurated on January 20th?

Answer: Franklin D. Roosevelt

35. On January 20, 1778, English navigator James Cook discovered the Hawaiian Islands, which he named?

Answer: the Sandwich Islands

36. The United States Senate approved an agreement to lease Pearl Harbor in Hawaii as a naval base in what year?

Answer: January 20, 1887

37. On January 5, 1885, the first successful appendectomy was performed by?

Answer: Dr William W. Grant in Davenport, Iowa

38. On January 25, 1924, the first Winter Olympics were held in which country?

Answer: Chamonix, France

39. A coalition of forces led by the United States launched air strikes against Iraq in response to its invasion of Kuwait on January 17, 1991. What was the code name for the operation?

Answer: Operation Desert Storm

40. On January 27, 1973, the Vietnam War officially ended with the signing of what peace accords?

Answer: the Paris Peace Accords

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