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In 1927, Charles Lindbergh made the first nonstop solo transatlantic flight from New York City to Paris, what was the name of his plane?

The Spirit of St. Louis

100

Iran was first called Iran in 1935, what was it previously known as?

Persia

100

In 1947, a UFO was allegedly found in what U.S. city?

Roswell, New Mexico

100

What was the name of Lucy's neighbour and friend in 'I Love Lucy'?

Ethel (Ethel and Fred Mertz)

100

In what year was US President John F. Kennedy assassinated?

1963

200

The 19th Amendment was ratified to the US Constitution in 1920, what did it do?

Give women the right to vote

200

In what year did the Star Spangled Banner become the USA's national anthem?

1931

200

In 1941, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed what bill to provide financial aid to veterans who returned from World War II?

G.I. Bill

200

The phrase 'going ape' was popular in the 1950's. What does it mean?

Going crazy

200

The name of the famous outdoor music festival that took place in 1969

Woodstock

300

In 1922, the BBC was formed, what does BBC stand for?

British Broadcasting Company
300

On September 1st, 1939, Germany invaded what country to begin World War II?

Poland

300

What award show was first held in 1943?

The Golden Globes

300

In 1955 an amusement park was opened in California; what was it called?

Disneyland

300

Which Alfred Hitchcock scary movie was released in 1960 with a famous shower scene?

Psyco

400

What popular spinach loving cartoon character was created in 1929 by Elzie Chrisler Segar?

Popeye 

400

What famous female solo aviator mysteriously disappeared over the Pacific Ocean in 1937?

Amelia Earhart

400

In 1943, the world's largest government office building was completed. It was known as the

Pentagon

400

Which longest-running daytime drama moved from radio to TV in 1952?

Guiding Light

400

In the summer of 1969 several people were murdered including actress Sharon Tate by which cult members led by which man?

Charles Manson

500

What infamous gangster was a strong part of the decade and was responsible for the St. Valentines Day Massacre?

"Scarface" Al Capone

500

What 1930's president was known for his "fireside chat" radio broadcasts?

Roosevelt 

500

Where and when did the battle forever known as D-Day occur?

1944, Normandy

500

Who did Marilyn Monroe marry in 1954?

Joe DiMaggio

500

What 1960's dance was inspired by rock and roll music and specifically Chubby Checker?

The Twist

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