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Trivia Makes the World Go Around

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
Only question 2 has been fixed

Question 1:


This US President granted a posthumous pardon to Robert Edward Lee, a general of the Confederate forces during the American Civil War.
John Kennedy
Lyndon Johnson
Richard Nixon
Gerald Ford

Question 2:


This 1968 song, recorded by the Beatles, was written by Paul McCartney, who wanted to cheer up Lennon's son, Julian.
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Happy Birthday
Hey Jude

Question 3:


What city, nicknamed "The Mile-High City", is located on the plains east of the Rocky Mountains?
Aspen, Colorado
Denver, Colorado
Phoenix, Arizona
Aurora, Colorado

Question 4:


The Warren Commission, was established on November 29, 1963 by Lyndon B. Johnson to investigate what?
The war crimes in Vietnam
The assassination of John F. Kennedy
The shooting at Kensington University
The Watergate Scandal

Question 5:


In what year did President Franklin Roosevelt give the approval for dropping the first atom bomb on Japan?
1944
He never did
1946
1945

Question 6:


In 2004, this famous show business family became the second clan to have three generations of Oscar winners.
The Douglases
The Weavers
The Coppolas
The Howards

Question 7:


What do American Presidents John Quincy Adams, Rutherford B. Hayes, Benjamin Harrison and George W. Bush all have in common?
They all were senators.
They won the electoral vote but not the popular vote.
They all were re-elected.
They all served as vice-presidents.

Question 8:


Gunnery sergeant John Basilone of the US Marine Corps, was awarded the Medal of Honor for what reason?
Outstanding heroism during the Vietnam War
Outstanding heroism at Guadalcanal during World War II
Outstanding heroism during the Gulf Wars
Outstanding heroism during the attack on Pearl Harbour

Question 9:


This annual plant, also called "brinjal", is native to southern India and Sri Lanka.
Yam
Tomato
Cucumber
Eggplant

Question 10:


This word is derived form the name of the housing zone in Venice, where Jewish people were required to live.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


 


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