Since Germany was only reunified in 1990, the Second World War only officially ended that year.
What is the largest lake in Canada?
The largest lake entirely within Canada is the Great Bear Lake. None of the Great Lakes are entirely in Canada, so none of them count. The deepest lake in Canada is Lake Manitou, which has an island inside it, and in that island there is a lake. That makes it the largest lake that's in an island that's in a lake in the world.
Who is the oldest man in the bible?
The oldest man in the Bible is Enoch as 'the Lord took him' and he is therefore not dead.
What did Samuel Pepys bury in his garden during the Great Fire of London?
He did not bury his famous diary, something rather more important than that.
Who was the first president of America?
Washington was the first president of the independent United States.
What is the longest animal in the world?
A specimen washed ashore in the aftermath of a severe storm by St Andrews, Scotland, in 1864, had a length of more than 55 metres (180 ft) longer than the longest known Lion's mane jellyfish, the animal which is often considered to be the longest in the world.
What was Ghandi's first name?
Mahatma means 'great soul' in Sanskrit, it is similar in usage to the modern Christian term saint.
Of what is E pluribus unum the official motto?
The official motto of the USA is 'In God We Trust', E pluribus unum is a ditcum on the seal of the USA
What is the number of the beast?
In May 2005, it was reported that scholars at Oxford University using advanced imaging techniques had been able to read previously illegible portions of a manuscript which stated 616 instead of the majority of texts which state 666.
How many legs does a crab have?
True crabs have five pairs of legs, the first of which are modifide into a pair of claws and are not used for locomotion.
Have you ever slid down a banister?
No, because people slide down the balustrade.
What were the first words spoken on the surface of the moon?
Spoken by Buzz Aldrin, inside the Lunar Lander
In which country are you most likely to see a tornado?
On 21 November 1981, 104 tornadoes hit the UK during the day.
How many poles does the earth have?
Two geographic poles, two magnetic poles, two geo-magnetic poles, two poles of inaccessibility, two celestial poles and a Ceremonial South Pole.
How many muscles are there in a human finger?
There are no muscles in your fingers, only tendons.
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