Interesting Question of the Day – 29 Feb 2016

In what decade did WWI end?

Of course the conventional answer is the 1910s,  but we deal in Interesting Questions, so we want to know the decade when the last treaty was signed between two belligerent countries.

Andorra WWI Trivia

The first player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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13 comments on “Interesting Question of the Day – 29 Feb 2016
  1. Ally says:

    1920s?

  2. Ally says:

    I’ll try this again…
    1930s?

    And I do know that the debt of WW1 was finally paid off by Germany in 2010. Could ave been paid sooner… But Hitler happened…

    • iqtrivia says:

      Nope. Later still.

      This was a country that was on the Allied side of WWI, but was not at the Versailles Conference.

      • Ally says:

        They still haven’t?

        Or 1970s?

        (I know I’m cheating by having 2 answers but yeah…)

        • iqtrivia says:

          No they’ve signed a formal treaty. World War I is over.

          And it ended before the 1970s.

          • Ally says:

            40s?

          • iqtrivia says:

            Not quite.

            You may want to start guessing en masse now.

          • Ally says:

            Has to be 50s or 60s then…

          • iqtrivia says:

            Well you got it, but by process of elimination. (That still counts.)

            Andorra went to war (though given the size of the country they didn’t contribute all that much) but never signed the Versailles Treaty.

            They remained neutral in WWII, but throughout that conflict and until 1958 they were still technically fighting WWI.

  3. Ross Inman says:

    2010

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