On This Day: March 29th II Quiz Stats

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This nation invokes Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union, beginning their formal withdrawal process.
2017
United Kingdom
89.4%
Germany
4.2%
France
2.5%
Spain
2.1%
This famous London concert hall, named for the late prince consort, is opened by Queen Victoria.
1871
Royal Albert Hall
88.5%
Royal Edward Hall
5.8%
Royal Charles Hall
2.1%
Royal George Hall
3%
These sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China, are discovered in Shaanxi province, China.
1974
Terracotta Army
87.2%
Mud Battalion
3.1%
Brick Infantry
1.8%
Earthen Soldiers
6.5%
At the pinnacle of the 1980s wrestling boom, a crowd of 93,173 watch Hulk Hogan beat this French professional wrestler and actor at WrestleMania III.
1987
André the Giant
85.8%
Tom LaRuffa
2.3%
The French Angel
3%
Édouard Carpentier
7.2%
The United Kingdom annexes this geographical and cultural region, which comprises the areas of eastern Pakistan and northern India today.
1849
Punjab
61.7%
Haryana
1.4%
West Bengal
23.2%
Mumbai
13.3%
The Malagasy Uprising against ______ colonial rule in Madagascar begins.
1947
French
48.1%
Italian
1.6%
Portuguese
27.2%
Dutch
22.1%
This American lawyer and politician, who became 10th President of the United States after the death of William Henry Harrison one month into his presidency, is born.
1790
John Tyler
47.2%
James K. Polk
16.3%
Zachary Taylor
24.3%
Millard Fillmore
12.2%

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