Statistics for 19th Century A-Z

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Answer Stats

LetterYearHintAnswer% Correct
A1896This city hosts the first modern Olympic gamesAthens
97%
B1824This composer's Ninth Symphony premieresLudwig van Beethoven
97%
E1889This tower becomes the tallest human-built structure in the worldEiffel Tower
90%
J1888London is struck by this unidentified serial killerJack the Ripper
89%
W1815Napoleon meets his final defeat at this battleWaterloo
89%
G1871This country is unifiedGermany
88%
K1868The city ceases to be the capital of JapanKyoto
87%
M1844This transmission code is developedMorse Code
87%
V1889This painter paints "Starry Night"Vincent Van Gogh
87%
S1833This practice is abolished in the British empireSlavery
85%
H1804This country gains independence from FranceHaiti
83%
Y1872This becomes the world's first national parkYellowstone
83%
P1869This table is created by Dmitri MendeleevThe Periodic Table
81%
X1895This type of radiation is discovered by RöntgenX-Ray
80%
Q1859This territory separates from New South WalesQueensland
79%
N1892This Tchaikovsky ballet debuts in St. PetersburgThe Nutcracker
79%
L1900This political party is founded in LondonLabour Party
75%
O1800sChina fights, and loses, these two wars against Western powersThe {Opium} Wars
75%
Z1828Shaka leads this African kingdom to its greatest extentThe Zulu Kingdom
73%
D1897This novel is published by Bram StokerDracula
71%
T1805Admiral Nelson wins this battle, but is killed in actionTrafalgar
71%
F1865Abraham Lincoln is assassinated at this theater{Ford}'s Theater
68%
I1861This country is unifiedItaly
68%
C1900This city, non-existent at the beginning of the century, is
the world's 5th most populous at its end
Chicago
57%
R1865–77The United States undergoes this period in its historyReconstruction
41%
U1800sJeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill formulate this philosophy{Utilitarian}ism
33%

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