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Question: Which Russian poet was fatally wounded in a duel with his brother-in-law, who had attempted to seduce the poet's wife?
Answer: Aleksandr Pushkin was fatally wounded in a duel with his brother-in-law, Georges d'Anthès, who had attempted to seduce Pushkin's wife, Natalya. Two days later Pushkin died of peritonitis.
Question: Which Russian poet was killed in a duel with military officer N.S. Martynov?
Answer: On July 15 (July 27 New Style), 1841, Russian poet Mikhail Lermontov was killed in a duel with military officer N.S. Martynov.
Question: Which English playwright killed actor Gabriel Spencer in a sword fight?
Answer: On the evening of September 22, 1598, English playwright Ben Jonson killed actor Gabriel Spencer in a sword fight.
Question: In 1937 which American aviator disappeared while attempting to circumnavigate the globe in flight?
Answer: In 1937 aviator Amelia Earhart disappeared while attempting to circumnavigate the globe in flight.
Question: Which American actress was found dead at age 36 as a result of barbiturate poisoning, ostensibly self-administered?
Answer: Actress and sex symbol Marilyn Monroe was found dead at age 36 as a result of barbiturate poisoning, ostensibly self-administered.
Question: Which author was born less than two weeks after Halley’s Comet appeared in the sky in 1835 and died of a heart attack the day after Halley’s Comet returned in 1910?
Answer: Author Mark Twain was born less than two weeks after Halley’s Comet appeared in the sky in 1835 and died of a heart attack the day after Halley’s Comet returned in 1910.
Question: Which controversial Russian figure’s assassins attempted to murder him with a combination of poison, gunshots, and drowning?
Answer: The assassins of Russian mystic Grigori Rasputin attempted to murder him with a combination of poison, gunshots, and drowning; an autopsy revealed that Rasputin was killed by the third bullet that struck him.
Question: Which king of Sweden died, likely from a stroke, on February 12, 1771, after consuming a particularly enormous meal that included lobster, caviar, sauerkraut, kippers, champagne, and a type of sweet bun that he liked served in hot milk?
Answer: The Swedish king Adolf Frederick died, likely from a stroke, on February 12, 1771, after consuming a particularly enormous meal that included lobster, caviar, sauerkraut, kippers, champagne, and a type of sweet bun that he liked served in hot milk.
Question: On November 21, 1718, Lieutenant Robert Maynard of the HMS Pearl launched a surprise attack and killed which pirate leader?
Answer: On November 21, 1718, Lieutenant Robert Maynard of the HMS Pearl launched a surprise attack against the pirate Blackbeard, who was killed and decapitated; his severed head was then displayed prominently on Maynard’s ship. An examination of Blackbeard’s body revealed five gunshot wounds, 20 sword wounds, and a letter implying that he had been colluding with the governor of North Carolina.
Question: Whose death was caused by the tooth of a decapitated rival?
Answer: Ninth-century Viking leader Sigurd the Mighty’s death was caused by the tooth of a decapitated rival. When he tied his enemy’s head to his saddle as a trophy and rode away with it, a tooth scratched Sigurd’s leg. The wound became infected, which caused Sigurd’s death.
Question: Which pope was long rumoured to have choked to death on a fly that had been floating in his wine?
Answer: Pope Adrian IV was long rumoured to have choked to death on a fly that had been floating in his wine. Recent scholarship suggests that he likely died of quinsy, a swelling in the throat.
Question: Which Greek king was killed by infected monkey bites?
Answer: King Alexander of Greece was bitten by a pet monkey, and the bites became infected, killing the king.
Question: Which dictator was killed by 23 wounds to his chest?
Answer: The ancient Roman dictator Julius Caesar was killed by 23 wounds to his chest.
Question: Who was the “Maid of Orléans,” who was burned at the stake as a 19-year-old?
Answer: St. Joan of Arc, also known as the “Maid of Orléans,” was burned at the stake for heresy at age 19.
Question: Which Korean empress was assassinated by a group of Japanese ronin for her attempts to block Japanese influence in Korea?
Answer: Empress Myeongseong (also called Queen Min)—the first wife of Gojong (also spelled Kojong), the 26th king in Korea’s Chos?n (Yi) dynasty—was assassinated by a group of Japanese ronin for her attempts to block Japanese influence in Korea.
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