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JEOPARDY GAME

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Chamber Live, an interactive


addition to this scary part of
Madame Tussaud's, is
unsuitable for the very
nervous
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Chamber of Horrors

You may want to "seek" this


London park named for the
Abbot of Westminster's
manor

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Hyde Park

The Chelsea district begins


at this square famous in the
'80s for its "Rangers"

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Sloane

A raven that escaped from


this historic site in 1981 was
last seen at a pub called the
Rose & Punchbowl

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the Tower of London

On May 8, 1915 the New


York Times headline read:
This British liner "sunk by a
submarine"

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the Lusitania

In 1918 the U.S. military


revived this newspaper
which originated in the Civil
War

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Stars & Stripes

The Germans invaded this


country on Aug. 4, 1914 &
were soon accused of
atrocities there

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Belgium

In the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk,


Russia gave up a lot of
territory to Germany,
including these 3 Baltic
states
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Estonia, Latvia, & Lithuania

During the War of 1812 this


"Rip Van Winkle" author
wrote biographies of naval
commanders

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(Washington) Irving

His father was also a count;


his mother was Princess
Volkonskaya

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Leo Tolstoy

At one time this author


owned his own magazine,
Master Humphrey's Clock, in
which he published "Barnaby
Rudge"
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Dickens

In 1882, at age 16, he found


work as sub-editor of the
Civil and Military Gazette in
Lahore, India

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Kipling

His partnership with Alvah


Roebuck began when he
placed a classified ad looking
for a watchmaker

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Sears

On Business Week's 2003 list


of the 50 most generous
philanthropists, he & wife
Melinda ranked first

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Bill Gates

In the 1890s he stopped


selling baking powder to
concentrate on a freebie
he'd been giving away-chewing gum!
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(William) Wrigley

Jeff Bezos, CEO of this giant


online retailer, was Time's
Person of the Year for 1999

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Amazon.com

In 1949 he presented his


"Fair Deal" as part of his
State of the Union address

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Truman

The U.S. blockade of this


country was made public
October 22, 1962

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Cuba

When these people struck in


Boston, Coolidge said,
"There is no right to strike
against the public safety by
anyone"
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the police

In 1851 students at VMI


couldn't stonewall this
professor of natural &
experimental philosophy

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(Stonewall) Jackson

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