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Big Encyclopedia. History. Simple answers to difficult questions:

Can roses kill?

Can you name at least one Irish saint?

Did hair color discrimination exist?

Did King Arthur really exist?

Did the weather influence the course of history?

For how many years did Alexander the Great create the largest power of the Ancient World?

For what did English King Richard I get the nickname Lionheart?

For what merit was AV Suvorov promoted to field marshal?

For what was Socrates sentenced to death?

From whom did the Russian princes (and kings) of Rurikovich conduct their genealogy?

How and for what the Persian king Xerxes I ordered to punish the sea straits of the Hellespont?

How did Dalmatians (a breed of dog) help firefighters in times of horse thrust?

How did Leo Tolstoy try to disaccustom soldiers from profanity in military service?

How did Peter I fight poverty?

How did Princess Anna, daughter of Yaroslav the Wise, speak about the French capital?

How did Russian Prince Mstislav Vladimirovich become the ruler of Kasogs?

How did the Cocker Spaniel Checkers save Richard Nixon’s political career in 1952?

How did the Grand Duke of Kiev Vladimir Svyatoslavovich explain his refusal from Islam?

How did the Grand Duke of Kiev Vladimir Svyatoslavovich explain his refusal from Judaism?

How did the major religions?

How did the Moscow Textile Academy originate?

How did the Parisian press react to Napoleon’s return from Elba Island?

How did the Persian king Darius I contribute to the observance of the laws in his power?

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How did the Punic Wars go and what did they end?

How did the Rubicon, a small river in Northern Italy, go into a popular expression?

How did the Salvation Army appear?

How did the tale of Cinderella become a reality of Russian history of the 17th century?

How did Tsar Ivan IV the Terrible named Queen Elizabeth I for her concerns about the interests of British trade?

How did you first use the platinum found in the Urals?

How long has the Great Wall of China been built and how large is it?

How long it took Constantinople Patriarch Photius to complete all the degrees that separated the layman from the head of the clergy ?

How long was the longest war in European history?

How many books were burned at the Alexandria Library?

How many people died during the Great London fire of 1666?

How many people died during the most devastating fire in London?

How many prisoners were released after the Bastille?

How many wives did Henry VIII have?

How many wives did the Grand Prince of Kiev, Vladimir Svyatoslavovich, have before baptism?

How much did Napoleon Bonaparte give to the battle?

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How soon did American President Woodrow Wilson break his main electoral promise?

How was Emperor Paul I going to help Napoleon in the war against Great Britain?

How was the court title of stats ladies established in Russia?

In which of the wars did British soldiers most of all - if you count in percentage?

Is it true that the meeting of the queen of pirates and the Queen of England took place in 1576?

On the body of which king after his death were tattooed words found: Death to kings?

To whom the defense lawyers were provided and who did not receive them according to the convention adopted on June 10, 1794 (22 prerial II of the Republic) Decree on the reorganization of the Revolutionary Tribunal?

Was Columbus the discoverer of America?

Was Tsar Ivan the Terrible a great ruler?

Were there pirates in antiquity?

What a major battle that took place on the territory of modern Russia in 1391 is not mentioned in most textbooks?

What advertising trick did American Orvil Redenbacher become the king of popcorn?

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What award did Diogenes ask for himself?

What color won the Scarlet and White Rose Wars in medieval England?

What did Darwin do with dead owls?

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What did the people of Kiev accuse their Grand Prince Svyatoslav Igorevich with?

What event was the reason for the murder of Gaius Julius Caesar by conspirators?

What happened to the majority of people accused of witchcraft in England?

What happened to the ship St. Mary?

What is a Gordian knot?

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What is left of the ancient temple of Jerusalem?

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What killed the Grand Duke of Kiev Igor?

What kind of seeds were sent to each other Darius and Alexander before the battle and what did it mean?

What made Japan, which had a policy of self-isolation for more than two centuries, open its ports to foreign ships ?

What oath did the masters of ancient Chersonese take?

What rule did Peter I set for speakers in the Senate?

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What was the main cause of death during the 18th century naval battle?

What was the name of Billy Kid?

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Why did Moscow’s Prince Ivan I Danilovich get the nickname Kalita?

Why did some ancient cities end up under layers of earth and where did it come from?

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Why did the powerful Median king Astyages betrayed his beloved daughter for an insignificant Persian king?

Why do some people hunt for their heads?

Why do telephony operators in the Chinese district of San Francisco have a phenomenal memory?

Why is the number 40 in the Russian language stand out among the numerals?

Why was President John F. Kennedy particularly respected in the US military?

Why were censuses in the Russian Empire called revisions?

Why were knight tournaments banned?

Why will we never forget Caesar?

With what gesture did the Roman emperor sentence the gladiator to death?

With which eye did Nelson wear a bandage?

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