History Quiz / 20th Century: '00s or '10s?

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Can you identify the correct decade for these 20th century events? For 1900s enter 0, and for 1910s enter 1.

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Event(0)0s or (1)0s
World War I began
Einstein proposed his Theory of Special Relativity
The Titanic sank
The Wright Brothers made the first flight
Charlie Chaplin first appeared as the Little Tramp
John D. Rockefeller became US first billionaire
First Nobel Prizes awarded
Max Planck formulated Quantum Theory
Inca city of Machu Picchu discovered
First transatlantic radio signal
First transcontinental telephone call
'The Great Train Robbery', first silent movie
'Teddy Bear' toy introduced
First known published crossword puzzle
First traffic light installed
Event(0)0s or (1)0s
Picasso introduced Cubism
Spanish Flu started to spread
New York City subway opened
Bakelite, first fully synthetic plastic, invented
First Pulitzer Prizes awarded
Trans-Siberian Railway completed
Sigmund Freud published 'Theory of Sexuality'
First electric washing machine
Overthrow of last imperial dynasty in China
Rutherford discovered the structure of an atom
First license plates issued in the US
Panama Canal officially opened
George V became King of the UK
First US movie theater opened
First self-service grocery store opened in US

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