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1. On December 18, 1941 First Lieutenant Boyd Wagner of the U.S. Army Air Corps shot down his fifth enemy plane. This feat made him the first U.S. "what" of World War II?
2. May 6, 2017 was the 80th anniversary of the Hindenburg disaster. Where did this tragic event take place?
3. In the Russian Empire, which tribe of warriors were traditionally assigned to guarding the life of the Czar?
4. Television was first introduced into parts of Australia in July 1956, just in time for test transmissions of what event?
5. In the year 313 Roman Emperor Constantine delivered the blessed Edict of Milan, which set the foundation for which of the following?
6. On the Western Front in World War I, who or what was Big Bertha?
7. In 2010, 33 miners were trapped in a mine for 69 days. In which South American country did this happen?
8. Which two dates either mandated or repealed the 18th & 21st Amendments to the Constitution, a tempestuously thirsty period in American History brimming with Runners and Speakeasies?
9. They were one of the most terrifying groups of warriors ever to wage war in Europe, and it was from their extreme ferocity that a modern English word was derived. Who were they?
10. Korean Air Lines Flight 007 was shot down by which country's air force on September 1, 1983?
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