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Can you fill in the historical facts depicted in Downton Abbey?

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1912: Robert's heir, James Crawley, and his son, Patrick, are killed in the sinking of the ___ _______.
1913: Kemal Pamuk visits Downton during talks to create an independent _______.
1914: Sybil develops an interest in politics at the height of the women's ________ movement.
1914: Robert announces at the garden party that England has declared war on _______.
1916: Matthew survives the Battle of the _____.
1917: Great families, including the Crawleys, convert their country houses into ____________ _____ for injured soldiers.
1918: Lavinia admits to giving Carlisle proof of the insider trading scheme known as the _______ scandal.
1918: Isobel travels to France to work with the ___ _____.
1918: Tom shares the news of the executions of the _______ family in Russia.
1918: The family and the staff observe _________ ___, marking the end of World War One.
1919: Cora becomes severely ill and Lavinia dies after contracting _______ ___.
1919: Irish activists begin campaigning for self-government, or ____ ____.
1920: Isobel begins working with women who have resorted to ____________ due to the loss of a family breadwinner.
1920: Cosmo Gordon Lang, then __________ __ ____, dines at Downton.
1920: Anglo-Irish noble families see their castles burned during the Irish War of ____________.
1920: Edith and Matthew discover that Rose is a young, brash woman of the Roaring Twenties known as a _______.
1920: Robert is intrigued by the sound of an investment scheme run by con artist _______ _____.
1922: Carson and Mrs Hughes discover that __________ have not all been shut down and Mr Grigg is in one of them.
1922: Australian singer ______ _____ performs at Downton.
1922: Robert travels to America to support Cora's brother during the ______ ____ scandal.
1922: Alfred pursues a position at the ____ Hotel under the tutelage of famed chef Arsène Avignon.
1923: Rose befriends Freda Dudley Ward, mistress to ______, ______ __ _____.
1923: Michael Gregson is killed during the ____ ____ ______ in Munich.
1924: Carson leads the ceremony to unveil the ________ commemorating Downton's war dead.
1924: Daisy doubts that politics will change despite ______ _________'s election as the first Labour Prime Minister.
1924: An art historian comes to view a painting by _____ _____ _________ at Downton.
1924: King George V makes the first royal ________ broadcast to open the British Empire Exhibition.
1924: Rose begins assisting Russian ________.
1925: Country houses begin to decline in the wake of the war and the end of agricultural subsidies under former Prime Minister _____ _____ ______.
1925: Health Minister _______ ___________ visits Downton to make the case for hospital reform.
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