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Which country was invaded by Iraq in August 1990 leading to the Gulf War ?
 
 
Which US President famously said ‘I’m not a crook...’ during the Watergate scandal ?

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The landmark Louve Pyramid outside the Louvre Museum in Paris was opened in which year ?
 
 
Which of Queen Elizabeth the seconds children was born in the 1950's A. Andrew, B. Charles, C. Edward or D. Anne ?
 
 
On which date did the Allied landings in France, known as D-Day, take place A. 4th April 1944, B. 5th May 1944, C. 6th June 1944, or D. none of these ?
 
 
The home of the Greater London Authority is known as City Hall, it's nicknamed the testicle, but in what year did it open ?
 
 
What was abolished by France in 1981, The Netherlands in 1982, Australia and the UK in 1985, and New Zealand in 1989 ?
 
 
Who was murdered in Deadwood in 1876 by Jack McCall, A. Wild Bill Hickok, B. Butch Cassidy, C.Buffalo Bill or D. Calamity Jane ?
 
 
In what year was Mahatma Gandhi assassinated A. 1938, B. 1948, C. 1958 or D. 1968 ?
 
 
Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin but which Apollo 11 astronaut did not set foot on the moon ?

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Kuwait.


Richard Nixon.


1989.


D. Anne.


C. 6th June 1944.


2002.


The Death Penalty.


A. Wild Bill Hickok.


1948, January 30th.


Michael Collins.

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