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Although he was born in Fairfield, Vermont, rumors swirled that
which president was actually born in Canada?
Who was the 81st person to fly across the Atlantic Ocean, and the
67th to fly non-stop?
What were Mohandas Gandhi's brahmacharya experiments?
Desperate for heirs, Henry VIII had six wives. But how many
grandkids did he have?
What state joined the United States in 1845, but with a provision
allowing it to break itself up later into five states?
What Scourge of God could have conquered Europe if he hadn't died
of a nosebleed on his wedding night, with a young girl named Ildiko (aka Hilda)?
What country once had such horrible inflation that it printed (but
never issued) a one hundred million trillion pengo note?
In 1985, what former calypso singer launched a door-to-door health
and beauty company called POWER?
President Ahmed Bey Zogu turned himself into King Zog I and ruled
what country with his American-born wife?
On January 15, 1919, a 15-foot, 2-million-gallon tidal wave of
molasses killed 21 people in what city's North End, leaving it smelling of gingerbread for decades after?
The Thirty Years' War began with something called the
Defenestration of Prague. What is a defenestration?
What "Mother of Presidents" produced seven Republican presidents
(or eight, depending on how you count)?
My half-brother Alois apparently married an Irish lass named Brigid
Dowling, whom he met at a horse show in 1909. My half-nephew William Patrick served in the US Navy during the
World War II. Who am I?
What country defeated Zanzibar in the shortest war in history,
lasting less than an hour on the morning of August 27, 1896?
In 2001, Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, aka Simeon Sakskoburggotski,
became prime minister of a country he once ruled as King Simeon II. Which one?
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