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What U.S. Secretary of State, famous for his "plan", was the first American to be named a five-star general?
This famous Queen was queen of two countries and believed she had the right to the English crown. Who was she?
Queen Anne of Great Britain
Queen Mary I of England
Mary, Queen of Scots
Queen Elizabeth I of England
Charles Stratton was the most famous little person of the nineteenth century. He was discovered and shown by P.T. Barnum when he was five. Barnum gave him his stage name, from a fairy tale character. What was it?
General Tom Thumb
From which Greek island hails the lyric poetess Sappho, famous for her same-sex erotic proclivities?
It has been estimated that more people died in the fire bombing of Dresden, Germany than in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. What American writer survived the fire bombing?
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
John D MacDonald
John F Kennedy
Who journeyed to America in search of the 'Fountain of Youth'?
Ponce de Leon
This twentieth-century British author was involved in a relationship with the poet Vita Sackville-West while she was also married to a man named Leonard. Who was this author of "To the Lighthouse"?
Which 19th century magazine editor and social reformer was probably best known for a type of female clothing she advocated?
Susan B. Aline
Irene Newman was the first to practice this 'wide open' profession.
Danish author and fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen allegedly never went to bed without hanging a sign with a message around his neck. What was written on this sign?
Please wake me up when you leave.
Help! I need you to care for me.
Don't wake me up before 10 o'clock.
I am not dead, I'm just sleeping.
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