Statistics for Famous People A to M + Nato Code A to M

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Answer Stats

Hint Answer % Correct
First on the MoonArmstrong, Neil
95%
EvolutionDarwin, Charles
89%
Deaf Composer / musicianBeethoven, Ludwig van
86%
E=MC2Einstein, Albert
86%
Father of India, Assassinated 1949Gandhi, Mohandas
86%
Famous BoxerAli, Muhammad
84%
Italian scientist with a Telescope.Galileo, Galilei
84%
I have a dreamKing, Martin Luther
81%
Mickey MouseDisney, Walt
81%
Of NazarethJesus
81%
Terrible first Tsar of RussiaIvan
78%
Queen of EgyptCleopatra
78%
Mona LisaLeonardo da Vinci
78%
Model TFord, Henry
76%
Queen of France 1774 - 1793 (let them eat cake)Antoinette, Marie
76%
Protestant reformerLuther, Martin
73%
Father of modern Russia and last leader of Soviet RussiaGorbachev, Mikhail
73%
ImagineLennon, John
73%
WW2 Supreme Commander / PresidentEisenhower, Dwight D.
73%
Silent movie star, the little trampChaplin, Charlie
73%
The Iliad and The OdysseyHomer
70%
Sistine ChapelMichelangelo Buonarroti
70%
Pioneer of PyschoanalysisFreud, Sigmund
70%
Declaration of IndependenceJefferson, Thomas
70%
The virgin QueenElizabeth I
68%
Mongol Empire BuilderKhan, Genghis
68%
A ------------ NATO phonetic alphabetAlpha
68%
B------------ NATO phonetic alphabetBravo
65%
First human in spaceGagarin, Yuri
65%
Flew too close to the sun (also name of farthest single star visible)Icarus
65%
King, Warrior, Musician and father of Elizabeth IHenry VIII
65%
Patriarch of Judaism, Christianity and IslamAbraham
65%
D ------------ NATO phonetic alphabetDelta
62%
Gettysburg AddressLincoln, Abraham
62%
Pride and PrejudiceAusten, Jane
62%
C------------ NATO phonetic alphabetCharlie
62%
Composer / Musician father of 20Bach, J.S.
59%
Eureka!Archimedes
59%
F ------------ NATO phonetic alphabetFoxtrot
59%
"Veni, vidi vici"Caesar, Julius
59%
"We shall never surrender"Churchill, Winston
57%
Prisoner on Robben Island for 27 yearsMandella, Nelson
57%
Built a wall across BritainHadrian, Publius
57%
Financed Colombus, mother of Catherine of AragonIsabella, Queen of Castile
57%
E ------------ NATO phonetic alphabetEcho
57%
Composer - PolishChopin, Frederic
57%
A Comet named after this AstronomerHalley, Edmond
57%
EscapologistHoudini, Harry
54%
K ------------ NATO phonetic alphabetKilo
54%
Maid of OrleansJoan of Arc
54%
PenicillinFleming, Alexander
54%
L ------------ NATO phonetic alphabetLima
54%
G ------------ NATO phonetic alphabetGolf
51%
1,000 Patents+Edison, Thomas
51%
H ------------ NATO phonetic alphabetHotel
51%
First Automobile, 1886Benz, Karl
49%
Lost in the Pacific?Earhart, Amelia
49%
I ------------ NATO phonetic alphabetIndia
49%
J ------------ NATO phonetic alphabetJuliett
46%
The father of RadioMarconi, Guglielmo
46%
Water LiliesMonet, Claude
46%
Robinson CrusoeDefoe, Daniel
43%
A Brief History of TimeHawking, Stephen
43%
The seventh month of the year:Julius Caesar
43%
30 pieces of Silver?Iscariot, Judas
41%
Mrs NapoleonJosephine
38%
Foundation for the BlindKeller, Helen
38%
French painter on TahitiGaugin, Paul
38%
Athos, Porthos, AramisDumas, Alexandre
38%
Chess was his gameFischer, Bobby
35%
Invented vulcanised rubber in 1844 - still used in tires / tyresGoodyear, Charles
32%
Spirit of St. LouisLindbergh, Charles
30%
M ------------ NATO phonetic alphabetMike
30%
Tilting at WindmillsCervantes, Miguel de
30%
Electromagnetic Induction = Generation of ElectricityFaraday, Michael
27%
He was the first known European to have discovered North AmericaEriksson, Leif
27%
Kite flying inventorFranklin, Benjamin
27%
Around the WorldMagellan, Ferdinand
24%
Ode to a NightingaleKeats, John
22%
Athlete, 4 minute miler, Neurologist.Bannister, Roger
22%
Winnie the PoohMilne A.A.
22%
Adventures in WonderlandDodgson, Charles
22%
WWW The World Wide WebBerners-Lee, Tim
22%
PT- 109Kennedy, J.F.
22%
Peer GyntIbsen, Henrik
19%
Rip van WinkleIrving, Washington
16%
French father of ChemistryLavoisier, Antoine
16%
No spark for his Engine?Diesel, Rudolf
16%
VaccinationsJenner, Edward
14%
Television 1926 and colour TV first.Baird, John Logie
8%
Pirate who was hung twice!Kidd, William
5%

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