1. This ocean liner, launched in 1934 by the British, was their longest ship, the world's fastest ship, and still holds the record as the ship that has carried the most passengers. What is it?
2. When founded in 1703, it was the first Russian city modeled after western European cities. Identify it by its name in 1703.
3. Which military conquest in 1588 firmly established Britain as the world's leading naval power?
4. Who was the first person to be a US Vice President without becoming President?
5. Around 1499, which Italian navigator sailed to the West Indies, along the north coast of South America, and discovered the mouth of the Amazon river?
6. Before the development of railroads, what was the principal means of land transportation for people in Europe, in the 18th and 19th Centuries?
7. Which city, founded in 1565, could rightfully be called the oldest existing city in the U.S.?
8. Who was the only US president who later swore-in another US President
9. This Spanish explorer, looking for gold in the 14th century, explored what is now Kansas, Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona, and discovered the Grand Canyon. What was his name?
10. The British leaders Robert Walpole, Earl Grey, and Lord Melbourne, and the Americans Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, Wm. Henry Harrison, and Millard Fillmore were all associated with which political party?
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