On This Day: January 25th Quiz Stats

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The Winter Olympic Games are held for the first time in Chamonix, which is located in this European mountain range.
1924
Alps
80.5%
Pyrenees
14.1%
Caucasus
1.4%
Urals
2.6%
This English author, whose best-known works include the novels ‘Mrs Dalloway’, ‘To the Lighthouse’ and ‘Orlando’, is born.
1882
Virginia Woolf
75.5%
Jane Austen
8.6%
Simone de Beauvoir
7.1%
Emily Brontë
8.7%
This man, who would later add ‘Conqueror of the British Empire’ to his official title, leads a coup and becomes Uganda’s president.
1971
Idi Amin
73.9%
Robert Mugabe
13.5%
Muammar Gaddafi
6.5%
Mobutu Sese Seko
3.7%
Blue Ribbon Sports, which would later become ______, is founded by University of Oregon track and field athletes.
1964
Nike
61.7%
Adidas
9.7%
Reebok
14%
New Balance
12.5%
The first wave of the ______ revolution begins throughout the country, marked by street demonstrations, rallies, acts of civil disobedience, riots, labor strikes, and violent clashes.
2011
Egyptian
61.2%
Ukrainian
22.6%
Hungarian
4.7%
Cuban
8.8%
This soap opera debuts on NBC radio from Chicago. In 1952 it moves to CBS television, where it airs until 2009.
1937
The Guiding Light
38.5%
All My Children
20.3%
The Young and the Restless
16.4%
General Hospital
23.1%
Transcontinental ______ service begins between New York and San Francisco.
1915
Telephone
30.8%
Railroad
45%
Telegraph
9.6%
Airline
13.8%

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