MasterMinds

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MasterMinds


1. Which war took place between 1853-1856? 2. Who was the first man to fly across the English Channel? 3. Which video cassette system, introduced in the 1970s, couldn''t compete with the VHS and disappeared? 4. In which month was President Kennedy assassinated? 5. Apart from being a baker, what is Thomas Farynor famous for? 6. In the UK in which decade were L-plates made compulsory for all learner drivers? See question 7. What was the name of the tanker that suffered a severe oil spill in Alaska in 1989? 8. In the US civil war did Britain support the confederacy or the union? 9. Name the famous bear who celebrated his 75th birthday in October 2001? 10. Which airport started scheduled flights in 1930 with a service by Imperial Airways via Barton Aerodrome? 11. How many wives did Henry VIII have? 12. Who was the first president of the USA? See question 13. The invasion of which country led to the outbreak of World War II? 14. Which French heroine was burned at the stake having been tried for witchcraft? 15. Which English admiral won the battle of Trafalgar? 16. In what year did Titanic sink? 17. Which French statesman crowned himself emperor in 1804? 18. Who was Spain''s president until his death in 1975? 19. Which admiral organised the 4 German navy of World War I? 20. Which civil rights leader was shot dead in Memphis in 1968? 21. Which British bank collapsed after a trader in Singapore gambled $17bn on high risk markets? …

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