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The electric chair as a means of execution was first used in 1890 at Auburn State Prison in Auburn, NY. Which of the following criminals have been put to death using this method?
All of them
The term 9/11, meaning September 11, recalls the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City. What year did this occur?
Around 950 A.D., Bishop Aelfeg had a complex device installed in Winchester Cathedral. What was the mechanism that brought joy to many?
Immediately after shooting John Lennon in 1980, Mark Chapman read a book while waiting for the police to arrive. What classic piece of American literature did he read?
Green Eggs and Ham
The Catcher in the Rye
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Stingaree Bay (or Stingray Harbour) was the original name for Captain James Cook's first landing point in Australia in 1770. What is it called now?
Which British commander surrendered to George Washington in 1781?
Some Nazi physicians were infamous for strange and terrible experiments human beings, including monozygotic offspring. What are these commonly called?
President Josiah Bartlet, from the show "The West Wing," was related to a real life Josiah Bartlett (1729-1795). What famous document was 18th Century Josiah Bartlett a signatory?
Declaration of Independence
What thing did US president Ronald Reagan refer to in June 12, 1987, when he told the then Soviet leader, "Mr Gorbachev, tear down this ...!"?
The statue of Vladimir Lenin
The Iron Curtain
The Soviet flag in Red Square
The Berlin Wall
What modern day country was called Persia in ancient times?
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