1 - To which country did Russia send 200,000 troops to stop its loss of land to multiple independent nations?
2 - Who was crowned King of Italy in 1861?
3 - Who became Prime Minister of Great Britain in 1945, replacing Winston Churchill?
4 - In 1945, an Allied conference decided the partition of Germany in four occupation zones. Where was that conference held?
5 - Where was Christopher Columbus from?
6 - How many U.S. Presidents were assassinated during their terms in office, and who were they?
7 - Why was Greenland called Greenland?
8 - What U.S. naval commander signed the Treaty of Kanagawa in 1854, opening Japan to the west for the first time?
9 - Only one South American country had a Monarchy. Which was it?
10 - Before the Meiji Restoration, who was the effective ruler of Japan?
11 - What palace is shown below?
12 - What happened in France in 1789?
13 - Which sultan extended the Ottoman Empire to within 90 miles of Vienna, which he unsucessfully beseiged?
14 - The church below, later converted into a mosque, was the largest Christian cathedral for nearly a thousand years. Where does it stand?
15 - In what year did a Wall Street crash start the "Great Depression"?
16 - Where did Ernesto 'Che' Guevara die?
17 - Between which European Powers was the Crimean War mainly fought?
18 - Of which country was Salazar dictator?
19 - Fifteen-century ruler Vlad III Dracula ('Vlad the Impaler') is best remembered today for inspiring Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. What land did he rule?
20 - Which of those territories was never under European control during the 19th century?