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15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
By the end of the twentieth century, who was the youngest man to have been elected as President of the United States?
John F. Kennedy
In 1856 the English chemist, William Henry Perkin, accidentally produced the first synthetic dye. What colour was it?
Which Formula One Racing driver had not actually celebrated his tenth birthday when he became the World Champion in 1978?
In 1879 the first chain store was opened in New York, which although not a success itself, ultimately led to the formation of an international company. What was the name of this chain?
Which American town was founded in 1896 by the showman 'Buffalo Bill'?
Williamstown, West Virginia
Buffalo, New York
Hickory, North Carolina
Which of Charles Dickens' novels was unfinished at the time of his death in 1870?
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Our Mutual Friend
Julius Caesar was assassinated on the Ides of March. Which day in March is known as the 'Ides'?
First awarded in America 1947 for outstanding theatrical performance, after which movie personality were the "Tony" awards named?
In 1943 an airplane travelling from Spain to England was attacked and destroyed by German bombers. Who was the famous British movie actor who died on board that day?
Who was the world's first woman Prime Minister?
On 30th June 1859, the Frenchman known as Blondin, made the first crossing on a tightrope of Niagra Falls. What was his first name?
What is known as 'The Speewah'?
A spinning wheel used in Olde England
An Australian mythical cattle station
An American system of counting electoral votes
A Canadian deepwater fish
Which of these celebrities did not give birth in the year 2000?
Catherine Zeta Jones
W. Somerset Maugham's novel "The Moon and Sixpence" was said to be based on the life of which famous artist?
Vincent Van Gogh
In the game of croquet in "Alice in Wonderland", hedgehogs were used for the balls. Which bird was used as a mallet?
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