Captured by troops from Burgundy, who was burned in the Old Market Square in Rouen, France, on May 30, 1431?
In the 1960s, who said this? "Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country."
Each of these states was arguably an independent country before joining the United States. Which one gave up its independence last?
Miyamoto Musashi was so proficient with what weapon that he was called a kensei?
In 1966, Nguyen Van Be supposedly blew himself up to stop an enemy advance, shouting: "Long live the National Front for Liberation! Death to the US imperialists!" He was actually captured after jumping into a river. What country celebrated his patriotic courage anyway?
What material was used as a support for writing?
In the 1940s, Germany was divided into two separate sovereign states. What were they called?
Which youth subculture wore leather jackets, jeans and gelled hair in the '60's?
Which English actor starred in the 1969 movie "The Italian Job"?