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What "Former Yugoslav Republic" became independent in the 1990s,
under a name that drives the Greeks absolutely bonkers?
Finnish-born Marutei Tsurunen became the first white member of the
Diet, the legislature of which country?
As Prince of Walachia, Vlad II called himself Son of the Dragon.
What does this translate to in Romanian?
Elementary, my dear trivia players. What spiritualist is said to
have not only staged the Piltdown Man hoax, but to have written about it obliquely in a book called "The Lost
Football fans will know this. Thanks to a fake called the
Kensington Runestone, many people believe that Vikings reached what present-day state?
The last English king to personally lead his men into battle did so
at the Battle of Dettingen in Bavaria, back in 1743. Who was he?
What Vermonter's infamous "I have a scream" concession speech after
the Iowa caucuses probably cost him his party's presidential nomination?
Had he not been assassinated, who had planned to speak at the new
Trade Mart, get an autographed football and enjoy a steak banquet in Austin?
The French region of Normandy is named for the Normans. Who were
In the 20th century, King Carol II managed to lose his throne ...
twice ... because of his affair with Magda Lupescu. Where was this?
Once a colony called Ubangi-Shari, what country was turned into an
"empire" by the insane Colonel Jean-Bedel Bokassa in 1977?
Giuseppe Zangara was a short little guy who had to stand on a
wobbly chair to get a shot, over the crowd, at whom, back in 1933, only to miss?
On Bloody Sunday in 1972, British paratroopers murdered 13 Irish
Catholics who were demanding civil rights. Where did this happen?
In 1939, what became the only country expelled from the League of
Nations for aggression?
Despite what you saw in "Braveheart", he didn't paint his face
blue, didn't moon the British before the battle of Stirling Bridge, and didn't even wear a kilt. Who was
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