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I am Mikhail Gorbachev
The Cold War
I am Marie Antoinette
The White House The remarks were that of Thomas Jefferson
I am Doc Holliday
It’s where John F Kennedy was shot in Dallas
I am Carl Faberge
American Civil War
The Monster Raving Loony Party
Pericles Pericles had such a profound influence on Athenian society that Thucydides, his contemporary historian, acclaimed him as “the first citizen of Athens”. Pericles promoted the arts and literature; this was a chief reason Athens holds the reputation of being the educational and cultural centre of the ancient Greek world
King Hussein of Jordan
Iron Curtain Although not well received at the time, the phrase gained popularity as a short-hand reference to the division of Europe as the Cold War strengthened
The Rosetta Stone The text of the Rosetta Stone is a decree from Ptolemy V, describing the repealing of various taxes and instructions to erect statues in temples. The Rosetta Stone has been exhibited in the British Museum since 1802, with only one break, from 1917 to 1919. Toward the end of World War I, in 1917, the Museum was concerned about heavy bombing in London and moved the Rosetta Stone to the Postal Tube Railway 50 feet below the ground at Holborn
Joan of Arc (c.1412–1431) Initially called DomrEmy, the place has been renamed DomrEmy-la-Pucelle after Joan’s nickname, la pucelle d’OrlEans (the maid of OrlEans). This village was exempted from taxes in 1429 by king Charles VII as Joan of Arc’s only request for her help in ridding France of the English. However after the French revolution Domremy was required to pay taxes
The Spanish Civil War
Fool or Jester
Lyndon Baines Johnson.
Mary Jo Kopechne.
Theodore Roosevelt. He jogged around the Washington Monument daily.
D) All three
The Star-Spangled Banner.
Ulysses S. Grant, in 1879, two years after he left the White House.
The Red Baron
John D Rockefeller
A leg of Margaret Truman’s grand piano broke though her sitting room floor into the family dining room below.
Paris The Haussmann Renovations was a work commissioned by NapolEon III between 1852 and 1870, though work continued well after the Second Empire’s demise in 1870. The project encompassed all aspects of urban planning, both in the centre of Paris and in the surrounding districts: streets and boulevards, regulations imposed on facades of buildings, public parks, sewers and water works, city facilities and public monuments.