Bobby's Random Notes XXVII

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  1. This man argued the Parson's Cause
    Patrick Henry
  2. The ANZAC forces were decimated in this battle
    Gallipoli Invasion
  3. Charles Monro and Ian Hamilton were leaders of this invasion
    Gallipoli Invasion
  4. Hill 60 and Scimitar Hill were important sites in this invasion
    Gallipoli Invasion
  5. William Birdwood led a last-ditch effort in this invasion
    Gallipoli Invasion
  6. This ruler was the son of Philip the Good
    Charles the Bold
  7. Charles the Bold and Philip the Good ruled this state
    Burgundy
  8. This ruler died at the Battle of Nancy
    Charles the Bold
  9. Alexandre Kojeve popularized this Hegel work
    Phenomenology fo Spirit
  10. This man was the longest serving prime minister of Australia
    Robert Menzies
  11. The seat of the soul in this religion is called the "Muddy Pellet"
    Taoism
  12. The Three Pure Ones are notable in this religion
    Taoism
  13. Attaining immortality in this religion involves attaching the sun and moon with various body parts
    Taoism
  14. This man's political downfall began after the Carlton Club Meeting
    David Lloyd George
  15. This man stepped down after being one-upped by Canada in the Chanak Crisis
    David Lloyd George
  16. This man won an easy victory in the "Coupon Election"
    David Lloyd George
  17. This man was succeeded as PM by Andrew Bonar Law
    David Lloyd George
  18. This man was Chancellor of the Exchequer under HH Asquith
    David Lloyd George
  19. This economic property comes in "compensated" and "ordinary" forms
    Demand
  20. This type of item's demand rises as its price goes up
    Giffen Good
  21. This battle won by Braxton Bragg was a pyrrhic victory for the Confederates
    Battle of Perryville
  22. This man led a bunch of raids in Kentucky in the Civil War
    John Hunt Morgan
  23. This man wrote the Summa of Logic
    William of Occam
  24. This man wrote The Return of Depression Economics
    Paul Krugman
  25. This man wrote The Great Unraveling
    Paul Krugman
  26. This man wrote The Conscience of a Liberal
    Paul Krugman
  27. This nation LOST the Battle of Riachuelo
    Paraguay
  28. This nation won the Battle of Curupayty
    Paraguay
  29. This man ordered the suppression of the Kronstadt Rebellion
    Leon Trotsky
  30. This president supported the Curtis-Crisp Bill
    Calvin Coolidge
  31. This president vetoes the McNary-Haugen Bill
    Calvin Coolidge
  32. This is the name of the Ottoman reform period
    Tanzimat Reforms
  33. Darwin and Alice Springs are in this Australian province
    Northern Territory
  34. Darwin is the capital of this Australian territory
    Northern Territory
  35. These cases dealt with the Equal Protection Clause in a bunch of Louisiana businesses
    Slaughterhouse Cases
  36. Robespierre, Georges Couthon, and this man were executed because of the Thermidorian Reaction
    Louis Saint-Just
  37. This economist's teacher was Francis Hutcheson
    Adam Smith
  38. This economist attacked an economic system because it simply prevented servitude rather than increased public wealth
    Adam Smith
  39. This economist measured a nation's wealth through annual income rather than through goods
    Adam Smith
  40. Maitreya Buddhists started this Chinese rebellion
    White Lotus Rebellion
  41. This rebellion wanted to restore the Ming Dynasty to power over the Qing
    White Lotus Rebellion
  42. This ruler implemented the Chastity Commission
    Maria Theresa
  43. The Pelagie Islands lie to the south of this island
    Sicily
  44. The Aegadian Islands lie to the west of this island
    Sicily
  45. This monarch gave the September Laws
    Louis-Philippe
  46. Giuseppe Fieschi tried to assassinate this monarch
    Louis-Philippe
  47. The EDES and EAM-ELAS resistance groups fought in this country
    Greece
  48. This man took the Mexican presidency from Sebastian Lerdo
    Porfirio Diaz
  49. This man was Adlai E Stevenson's running mate
    Estes Kefauver
  50. This period began after the Takauji Revolt
    Ashikaga Shogunate
  51. Emperor Go-Daigo ruled during this shogunate
    Ashikaga Shogunate
  52. The Kemmu Restoration occurred during this shogunate
    Ashikaga Shogunate
  53. This shogunate's decline led to the Warring States Period
    Ashikaga Shogunate
  54. The Ouchi Family was one of the most important families during this period
    Ashikaga Shogunate
  55. This river flows through the Loess Plateau
    Yellow River
  56. This river flows through Lake Gyaring
    Yellow River
  57. This man divided England into Wessex, Mercia, East Anglia, and Northumberland
    Canute
  58. This man defeated and succeeded Edmund Ironside after Assandum
    Canute
  59. This man founded and desegregated his state's Air National Guard
    Barry Goldwater
  60. There was a massacre at Cibotus during this conflict
    First Crusade
  61. Septimius Severus won a later battle at this ancient battle site
    Battle of Issus
  62. This Supreme Court case from 1918 said that Congress could not enact child labor laws
    Hammer v Dagenhart
  63. This kingdom sacked the Khmer city of Angkor Wat
    Champa Kingdom
  64. The Le Dynasty was the greatest ruling dynasty in this country
    Vietnam
  65. This man described the Ancient, Catholic, and Modern periods in A History of Western Philosophy
    Bertie Russell
  66. One branch of this religion is known as Chabad-Lubavitch
    Hasidic Judaism
  67. Marcus Agrippa was a winning commander in this naval battle
    Battle of Actium
  68. One side was fortified in the Ambracian Gulf in this battle
    Battle of Actium
  69. This thinker considered compassionate rulers like Charlemagne and Akbar
    JS Mill
  70. This thinker introduced Concomitant variations, residues, difference, and agreement as "methods of experimental inquiry"
    JS Mill
  71. Cabimas lies on the shores of this lake
    Lake Maracaibo
  72. The instigators of this event signed the Protocol of Sevres
    Suez Crisis
  73. The Tripartite Declaration in this event was made null
    Suez Crisis
  74. Operations Cordage and Musketeer were undertaken during this crisis
    Suez Crisis
  75. This ruler and his son was advised by Mikhail Sepransky
    Alexander I
  76. This ruler lost the Battle of Friedland
    Alexander I
  77. This author wrote The Sentiment of Rationality
    William James
  78. This man unified the Frankish kingdoms and converted to Christianity
    Clovis I
  79. Childeric I is the father of this ruler
    Clovis I
  80. Clovis founded this dynasty
    Merovingian Dynasty
  81. This coastal city in Namibia was acquired in 1992
    Walvis Bay
  82. This man won reelection with the Midlothian Campaign
    William Gladstone
  83. This PM settled the Alabama claims with the US
    William Gladstone
  84. This man wrote the Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age
    William Gladstone
  85. This man wrote Ancient Society
    Lewis Henry Morgan
  86. This man wrote Systems of Consanguinity and Affinity
    Lewis Henry Morgan
  87. This man divided culture into stages of savagery, barbarism, and civilization
    Lewis Henry Morgan
  88. This author wrote The American Beaver and His Works
    Lewis Henry Morgan
  89. This theologian was executed by Theodoric the Great for his Consolation of Philosophy
    Boethius
  90. This philosopher wrote Consolation of Philosophy
    Boethius
  91. La Liga was a political movement formed in this country
    Philippines
  92. This polity was once founded by the "Big Five," including Alexander & Baldwin
    Hawaii
  93. Longji, or Xuangzong, was one ruler of this dynasty
    Tang Dynasty
  94. Ruizong was another ruler of this dynasty
    Tang Dynasty
  95. Li Shimin, or Taizong was a ruler of this dynasty
    Tang Dynasty
  96. On this holiday, apples dipped in honey are eaten
    Rosh Hashana
  97. This PM's ministership was interrupted by Henry Addington
    William Pitt the Younger
  98. This Prime Minister saw the impeachment of William Hastings
    William Pitt the Younger
  99. This Prime Minister avoided going to war with Spain over the Nootka Sound
    William Pitt the Younger
  100. This psychologist presented a "Theory of Human Motivation"
    Albert Bandura
  101. This psychologist coined the term "Self-Efficacy"
    Albert Bandura
  102. This man's generals included Quisquis
    Atahualpa
  103. This thinker wrote "The Refutation of Idealism"
    GE Moore
  104. This thinker formulated the "Open question argument"
    GE Moore
  105. Simeon the Great was a leader of this nation
    Bulgaria
  106. This country was ruled by Samuel and Kaloyan
    Bulgaria
  107. This country was converted to Christianity under Boris I
    Bulgaria
  108. This body was replaced by the Nominated Assembly
    Rump Parliament
  109. This group opposed the Cotton Whigs
    Conscience Whigs
  110. This party was led by Charles Francis Adams and Charles Sumner
    Conscience Whigs
  111. This ruler was succeeded by Mobutu Sese Soko
    Patrice Lumumba
  112. Jains must flow this set of tenets
    Five Vows
  113. This economist wrote The Fatal Conceit
    FA Hayek
  114. This economist wrote The Mirage of Social Justice
    FA Hayek
  115. This economist wrote The Political Order of a Free People
    FA Hayek
  116. This group's leaders crushed the Vendome Column
    Paris Commune
  117. Female supporters of this entity were known as the petroleuses
    Paris Commune
  118. This group was set up in opposition to the Government of National Defense
    Paris Commune
  119. This man's forces won the Battles of Preveza and Djerba
    Suleiman I
  120. Soapy Smith was killed during this event
    Klondike Gold Rush
  121. This thinker wrote the "Essay on Ghostseeing"
    Arthur Schopenauer
  122. This thinker wrote "On Women"
    Arthur Schopenauer
  123. Durkheim coined this term that explains things that affect a given actor
    Social Fact
  124. The headquarters of the IOC are in this city
    Lausanne
  125. This Progressive-Conservative Canadian PM served during the 1960s
    John Diefenbaker
  126. This ruling on sodomy was overturned by Lawrence v Texas
    Bowers v Hardwick
  127. This 1793 case dealt with a South Carolina man suing in Georgia
    Chisholm v Georgia
  128. This supreme court case ruled against the arbitrary use of the death penalty
    Furman v Georgia
  129. This Korean kingdom got help from the Tang
    Silla Kingdom
  130. This religious leader compared God's name tot he first letter of the alphabet
    Guru Nanak
  131. The Blocks of Five Scandal helped this man win the presidency
    Benjamin Harrison
  132. This man's Postmaster General was a department store mogul
    Benjamin Harrison
  133. Different chapters of this work describe "The Political Directorate," "The Chief Executives," and "The Corporate Rich"
    The Power Elite
  134. This man was preceded by his interim leader Francisco Leon de Barra
    Francisco Madero
  135. This man created the Plan of San Luis Potosi
    Francisco Madero
  136. This man escaped to the US and voided an election, making himself president
    Francisco Madero
  137. This man wrote Cartesian Meditations
    Edmund Husserl
  138. The Force Publique was a colonial policy of this country
    Belgium
  139. Leon Degrelle was a Rexist in this country
    Belgium
  140. The St. Michael's Agreement made a federal state out of this country
    Belgium
  141. Thomas Carlyle wrote a pamphlet in support of this event
    Chartist Movement
  142. There was a "Physical Force" faction of this movement that started the Newport Riots
    Chartist Movement
  143. The Abbasid caliphate ended with the sacking of this city
    Baghdad
  144. This sultanate captured Antioch from the Byzantines
    Sultanate of Rum
  145. This emperor assassinated his cousin but was killed by his wife's conspiracy
    Domitian
  146. This North Carolina battle was a pyrrhic victory for Cornwallis over Nathanael Greene
    Battle of Guilford Courthouse
  147. Gemiler, Gaiseric, and Hemiler were all from this tribe
    Vandals
  148. This tribe lost the Battles of Tricamarum and Ad Decimum
    Vandals
  149. This act was drafted by Robert Owen
    Federal Reserve Act
  150. This act was amended by the Glass-Steagall Act
    Federal Reserve Act
  151. This nation signed the Treaty of Windsor with England
    Portugal
  152. The beginning of this work attacks Robert Filmer's Patriarcha
    Two Treatises on Government
  153. This work argues for picking apples and ownership and says that gold can be traded for apples
    Two Treatises on Government
  154. This man established the Vasa Dynasty in Poland
    Sigismund III
  155. This country is bordered by the states of Tripura, Mizoram, and Assam
    Bangladesh
  156. This ruler killed Tegh Bahadur
    Aurangzeb
  157. This ruler reinstated the abolished jizya tax
    Aurangzeb
  158. This ruler's brother Dara Shikoh lost the Battle of Deorai
    Aurangzeb
  159. This ruler created a code of law called the Fatawa-e-Alamgiri
    Aurangzeb
  160. One act of charity in this religion is called "the Right of God"
    Bahai
  161. This man used anomie to explain deviant behavior in "strain theory"
    Robert Merton
  162. This sociologist coined the terms "self-fulfilling prophecy" and "role model"
    Robert Merton
  163. This sociologist wrote Social Theory and Social Structure
    Robert Merton
  164. This sociologist posited five modes of adaptation
    Robert Merton
  165. This politician wrote the book My First Days in the White House
    Huey Long
  166. This man sometimes allied with Walmsley and the Old Regulars political machine
    Huey Long
  167. During his governorship, the Bloody Monday brawl broke out
    Huey Long
  168. Boniface o Montferrat was one leader of this campaign
    Fourth Crusade
  169. This king came to power with the help of Richard Neville
    Edward IV
  170. This man's two sons were murdered in the Tower of London after his death
    Edward IV
  171. This king was the husband of Elizabeth Woodville
    Edward IV
  172. This king lost the Battle of Fontenoy
    Lothair I
  173. Lothair's two younger brothers pledged their allegiance to each other in this document
    Oath of Strasbourg
  174. The Halabja Massacre occurred during this war
    iran-Iraq War
  175. The Allied Army-Group faced off against Napoleon at this battle
    Battle of Leipzig
  176. Prince Schwarzenburg couldn't solely defeat Napoleon at this battle
    Battle of Leipzig
  177. This dynasty lost the Battles of Akroinon and Day of Thirst
    Umayyad Caliphate
  178. This dynasty won the Battle of Siffin
    Umayyad Caliphate
  179. The Supreme Court credited this economist in the Brown v Board decision
    Gunnar Myrdal
  180. This commander assaulted Missionary Ridge near Chattanooga
    Philip Sheridan
  181. This commander beat JEB Stuart at Yellow Tavern
    Philip Sheridan
  182. This work makes the distinction between tender-minded and tough-minded philosophers
    Pragmatism
  183. Germany's highest, the Zugspitze, lies in this state
    Bavaria
  184. Frankfurt lies in this German state
    Hesse
  185. This politician ousted Edward Heath as party leader
    Margaret Thatcher
  186. This couple founded the Salvation Army
    Booth
  187. This man was an important Han general
    Cao Cao
  188. Cao Cao put down this rebellion
    Yellow Turban Rebellion
  189. This nation elected the first Jewish president in the Western Hemisphere, Eric Delvalle
    Panama
  190. La Palma and Isla Del Ray lie near the pearl Islands in tho country
    Panama
  191. This Chinese emperor exiled his mother and abolished the state of Yan
    Shi Hunag-di
  192. One side in this war raided Prophetstown
    War of 1812
  193. Laura Secord's heroics impacted this war
    War of 1812
  194. Talcott Parsons introduced this man into American academia
    Max Weber
  195. This Supreme Court case created a three-pronged test of constitutionality
    Lemon v Kurtzman
  196. This rebellion started by John Erskine, Earl of Mar, ended at Sherrifmuir
    First Jacobite Rebellion
  197. This philosophical work describes the "Man of action"
    Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding
  198. A platform from this state opposed the Wilmot Proviso
    Alabama
  199. The underwater Academic Range lies in this lake
    Lake Baikal
  200. The Holy Nose Peninsula juts into this lake
    Lake Baikal
  201. This war was ended by the Treaty of Prague
    Seven Weeks War
  202. Garibaldi's hunters of the alps won the Battle of Bezzecca in part of this war
    Seven Weeks War
  203. This war began after a violation of the Gastein Convention
    Seven Weeks War
  204. With his brother, this man put down the Val-es-Dunes Rebellion
    William the Conqueror
  205. This ruler died after the Siege of Mantes
    William the Conqueror
  206. This ruler was assisted by Lanfranc of Pavia
    William the Conqueror
  207. The Trickee River runs from this lake to Lake Tahoe
    Pyramid Lake
  208. This group assembled the Merciless Parliament against Richard II
    Lords Appellant
  209. The southernmost region in this nation is Scania
    Sweden
  210. Gotherburg is the second-largest city in this country
    Sweden
  211. This polity was hampered by a miners' strike at Le Felguera
    Spanish Republic
  212. This conflict eventually targeted Raymond VI of Toulouse
    Albigensian Crusade
  213. This Mayan city contains a bunch of pyramids to jaguars and masks
    Tikal
  214. This woman was the main opponent of Stephen of Blois
    Matilda
  215. This thinker wrote one work depicting a "parallelogram of forces"
    Charles Sanders Pierce
  216. This thinker defined firstness, secondness, and thirdness as ideas, brute facts, and habits
    Charles Sanders Pierce
  217. The Battle of Bedriacum occurred in the middle of this event
    Year of the Four Emperors
  218. This man's forces invaded East Timor
    Suharto
  219. This PM lost support after the death of Queen Caroline
    Robert Walpole
  220. This man created the "Sinking Fund" for the South Sea Bubble
    Robert Walpole
  221. This PM was opposed by the Patriot Whigs
    Robert Walpole
  222. This man was the highest-ranking US general to die in combat
    John Sedgwick
  223. This count won the Battle of White Mountain in the Thirty Years' War
    Count Tilly
  224. Carpanak and Kus Islands lie in this lake
    Lake Van
  225. This English king was forced to agree to the provisions of Oxford
    Henry III
  226. This king had to fight against the nobility in the Barons' Wars
    Henry III
  227. Simon de Montfort led resistance against this British king
    Henry III

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