On This Day: March 13th II Quiz Stats

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This American religious leader and science-fiction author, founder of the Church of Scientology, is born.
1911
L. Ron Hubbard
91.7%
David Miscavige
2.4%
Mike Rinder
1.2%
Jack Parsons
3.4%
The United States Department of Justice announces that this oil company agrees to pay $1 billion for the clean-up of the devastating oil spill in Alaska from two years prior.
1991
Exxon
82.5%
BP
11.1%
Chevron
1.9%
Shell
2.9%
Jorge Bergoglio of this South American country is elected as the 266th Pope of the Catholic Church, and takes the name Francis.
2013
Argentina
78.8%
Peru
3.2%
Chile
6.2%
Brazil
9.9%
The Kapp Putsch briefly ousts the ______ Republic government from Berlin.
1920
Weimar
68.9%
Leipzig
15.8%
Dresden
10.9%
Gotha
2.8%
The US government forbids all Union army officers from returning escaped slaves, effectively annulling the ______ Slave Act of 1850, and setting the stage for the Emancipation Proclamation.
1862
Fugitive
58.2%
Runaway
38.3%
Wanted
1.3%
Outlaw
2.2%
This Emperor of Russia, known for his many liberal reforms like abolishing serfdom, is assassinated.
1881
Alexander II
50%
Paul I
1.6%
Peter III
28.9%
Ivan IV
18.9%
As part of the Second Boer War, British forces occupy this city in the Orange Free State, today the judicial capital of South Africa.
1900
Bloemfontein
42.3%
Cape Town
22.4%
Durban
2.7%
Johannesburg
31.6%

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