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Famous Cases of Poisoning

written by: bobby
 
Let's see how much you know about these historical and famous cases of poisoning.

Question 1:


One of the most famous cases of poisoning is that of the Bulgarian Georgi Markov, who was poisoned by ricin. The latter was inserted into his body through this.
Taking ricin by mistake
Eating a cake with ricin in it
Inhaling ricin vapours
Stabbing with an umbrella

Question 2:

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Socrates was accused of impiety and corrupting the youth of Athens. He was sentenced to drink this substance.
Mistletoe
Yew
Pigweed
Hemlock


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Question 3:

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This person became the President of Ukraine on January 23, 2005. During the presidential campaign he was poisoned with dioxin. On the picture is shown the change his face underwent.
Viktor Yushchenko
Yuliya Tymoshenko
Mykola Azarov
Leonid Kuchma


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Question 4:


One of the most popular fictional cases of poisoning occurs in the movie "Arsenic and Old Lace", based on a play by this playwright.
Joseph Kesselring
David Auburn
David Mamet
Edward Albee

Question 5:


A fictional case of poisoning is observed in Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None". In the novel, this character dies of poisoning.
Dr. Edward George Armstrong
William Henry Blore
Emily Brent
Philip Lombard

Question 6:

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Officially, the Soviet dictator Stalin died of stroke. However, there is a hypothesis that he was poisoned by this man.
Nikita Khrushchev
Georgi Malenkov
Lavrenty Beria
Nikolai Bulganin


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Question 7:


Arsenic became a popular murder weapon in the Middle Ages, because symptoms resembled those of this disease.
Plague
Pneumonia
Leprosy
Cholera

Question 8:


There is a theory that Napoleon Bonaparte was poisoned with this substance.
Formaldehyde
Arsenic
Strychnine
Ethanol

Question 9:


Göring, Goebbels, Himmler and Hitler himself all committed suicide by taking this poison.


Question 10:


Clare Boothe Luce (the American ambassador to Italy in the years just following World War II) died of arsenic poisoning.
False
True

 


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