1. 5. he assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria in 1914
  2. 6. During the US civil rights movement in the 1960s, he said: “We declare our right on this earth…to be a human being…by any means necessary”
  3. 10. famous French landmark where the document was signed which set out the terms of ‘peace’ following the First World War
  4. 12. English king who died in 1066, leaving no heir to the throne
  5. 13. in 1963, in Washington DC, Martin Luther King Jr gave his famous ‘I have a dream’ speech on the steps of this famous landmark
  6. 15. Guy Bailey, Roy Hackett and Paul Stephenson made history in 1963, as part of a protest against a bus company that refused to employ black and Asian drivers in this UK city
  7. 17. prominent Kurd, born in Tikrit, who united Muslim forces against the crusaders in the 12th century
  8. 18. this German dance was condemned as depraved when it was first seen in Regency society
  9. 19. Napoleon's birthplace
  10. 23. his body was exhumed from Westminster Abbey, more than two years after his death, to be ‘executed’ for treason
  11. 25. famously dueled Alexander Hamilton on 11 July 1804, resulting in the founding father’s death
  12. 28. first foreign-born samurai in 16th-century Japan
  13. 30. queen with the shortest reign of Henry VIII’s six wives
  14. 31. The drilling of holes in the head and scraping or cutting of the skull
  1. 1. considered the world’s oldest writing system
  2. 2. the wife of the future Henry VIII’s older brother, Arthur
  3. 3. king that preceded Queen Victoria
  4. 4. medieval queen who was married to both Louis VII of France and Henry II of England
  5. 7. this monarch appointed Pitt the Younger to the office of prime minister in December 1783
  6. 8. wrote the 12th-century account Historia regum Britanniae (The History of the Kings of Britain), which is often credited with making the legend of King Arthur popular
  7. 9. this rock band formed in 1994 takes its name from a term used by the Allies in the Second World War to describe various UFOs
  8. 11. English king who built castles in the 13th century to help conquer Wales
  9. 14. The controversial film Birth of a Nation, which was released in 1915, was used as a recruiting tool for this organization
  10. 16. Edward Teach was better known by this nickname
  11. 20. A battle formation that consisted of soldiers with long spears placed into circular, tightly packed formations
  12. 21. site of a failed attempt by a group of Cuban émigrés, with the backing of the US government, to invade the island in 1961
  13. 22. In August 1819, around 60,000 peaceful pro-democracy protestors were attacked in an open square in Manchester in this event
  14. 24. American president who was in power during the ‘Black Thursday’ Wall Street crash
  15. 25. the mother of Emperor Nero and the wife of Emperor Claudius
  16. 26. he led the Scottish army to victory over the English at the battle of Bannockburn in 1314
  17. 27. Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and…? Who was the third astronaut involved in the Apollo 11 mission that landed on the moon?
  18. 29. last czar of Russia