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The Spanish Civil War started on July 18, 1936: when did it end?
‘Wrong Way Corrigan’s flight plan on July 17, 1938 was from
Brooklyn to California. Where did he arrive?
see also corresponding 'Wrong Way Corrigan' SuJoku puzzle
Wrong Way Corrigan Nickname in Phrase Section
Who started the first solo flight around the world on July 15, 1933?
On July 15, 1099 who conquered Jerusalem?
see also corresponding 'Jerusalem Conquered' SuJoku puzzle
July 14, 1789 was the “Fall of the Bastille” in Paris.
How many prisoners were freed from the stone prison that day?
see also corresponding 'Fall of the Bastille' SuJoku puzzle
What was the name of the official match football used at the 2010 FIFA World Cup?
see also corresponding 'World Cup Official Ball' SuJoku puzzle
Which country won their first-ever World Cup championship on July 11, 2010 in Johannesburg?
see also corresponding '2010 World Cup Champs' SuJoku puzzle
London’s Waterloo Station opened on July 11, 1848. How busy is the Waterloo Station?
The Battle of Britain started on July 10, 1940 and lasted how long?
see also corresponding 'Battle of Britain' SuJoku puzzle
Who is credited with the first open heart surgery on July 9, 1893?
What is Russia’s newest holiday, celebrated on July 8th?
see also corresponding 'Newest Russian Holiday' SuJoku puzzle
What’s the name of the annoying horn at the World Cup?
see also corresponding 'Annoying Africa Horn' SuJoku puzzle
What is the biggest city in Wales?
What Guinness World Record did the Joe-kster set on July 5-6, 2005?
See event details at - where everything is Possibell!
When was Napoleon’s last victory?
see also corresponding 'Napoleon's Last Victory' SuJoku puzzle
What was the official date of signing of the American resolution of Independence in 1776?
see also corresponding 'American Independence Day' SuJoku puzzle
Where does the Prologue Stage of the 97th Tour de France start on July 3, 2010?
see also corresponding 'Tour de France 2010' SuJoku puzzle
Amelia Earhart disappeared on July 2, 1937 flying between what two locations?
see also corresponding 'Amelia Earhart' SuJoku puzzle
Before being called ‘Canada Day’, what was Canada’s national day (July 1st) called?
see also corresponding 'Canada National Day' SuJoku puzzle
Why is June 30, 1520 remembered in Spain as ‘La Noche Triste’?
see also corresponding 'La Noche Triste' SuJoku puzzle
What was the first capital of England?
What event in Sarajevo, Bosnia on June 28, 1914 precipitated World War I?
see also corresponding 'Sarajevo Event' SuJoku puzzle
When was the first ‘Weird Al’ Day?
see also corresponding 'First Weird Al Day' SuJoku puzzle
Weird Al's  Amish Paradise parody
Weird Al's  My Cubicle spoof
Who won the world’s longest tennis match?
see also corresponding 'Longest Tennis Match' SuJoku puzzle
‘Custer’s Last Stand’ (June 25-26, 1876) was against which two Indian forces?
see also corresponding 'Custer's Last Stand' SuJoku puzzle
What was the highest-ever Scrabble score (recorded by Phil Appleby on June 25, 1989)?
see also corresponding 'Highest Scrabble Score' SuJoku puzzle
What is the least humid city in the United States?
see also corresponding 'Least Humid U.S. City' SuJoku puzzle
What is the name of the Joe-kster’s 6th grandchild, born to Ryan and Karla West
on June 21, 2010 at the Whidbey General Hospital in Coupeville, WA, U.S.A.?
see also corresponding 'Joe-kster's 6th Grandchild' SuJoku puzzle
On June 23, 1848, Antoine-Joseph ‘Adolphe’ Sax received a patent for what musical instrument?
see also corresponding 'Adolphe Sax Patent' SuJoku puzzle
When the first tennis racquets appeared in
the 1920s, what were the strings made of?
see also corresponding 'First Tennis Racquets' SuJoku puzzle
What is the oldest tennis tournament in the world (held since 1877)
and starts at London’s ‘All England Club’ on June 21, 2010?
see also corresponding 'Oldest Tennis Tournament' SuJoku puzzle
When was the first Fathers Day observed?
see also corresponding 'First Fathers Day' SuJoku puzzle
Why is June 19th celebrated as Juneteenth Day?
see also corresponding 'Juneteenth Day' SuJoku puzzle
What was the first novel typed on a typewriter?
see also corresponding 'First Typed Novel' SuJoku puzzle
What fish is the only fish that can grab things with its tail?
see also corresponding 'Tail Grabber' SuJoku puzzle
What city would you be in if you were visiting the original Kon-Tiki raft?
see also corresponding 'Kon-Tiki City' SuJoku puzzle
What is the name of the prestigious horse race event being held this year
from June 15 to 19 - where the Queen arrives each day in a horse-drawn carriage?
see also corresponding 'Prestigious Horse Race' SuJoku puzzle
see also Ascot Fashion Statement
If someone says that they’ll do something ‘In a jiffy’, how long is that?
see also corresponding 'In A Jiffy' SuJoku puzzle
Phrase In A Jiffy
Which French football player head-butted Italian player
Marco Materazzi in the final 2006 FIFA World Cup game?
see also corresponding 'French Head-Butt' SuJoku puzzle
When was the first time that an African nation has hosted the FIFA World Cup?
see also corresponding 'Africa World Cup' SuJoku puzzle
What man was named ‘The Harmonious Human Multitude’, and on June 10, 1752
flew a kite during a Philadelphia thunderstorm to prove that lightning is
electricity from charged clouds than can be brought to earth?
see also corresponding 'Harmonious Human Multitude' SuJoku puzzle
What is the most common name in the world?
see also corresponding 'Most Common Name' SuJoku puzzle
What is the name of Batman’s butler?
On June 7, 1913, Hudson Stuck lead the 1st successful ascent of Mt. McKinley.
What is the Athabascan Indian name for Mt. McKinley?
see also corresponding 'Mt. McKinley Indian Name' SuJoku puzzle
On June 6, 1930 who piloted the first manned dive
of the bathysphere, reaching a depth of 803 feet?
see also corresponding 'Bathyshpere' SuJoku puzzle
What’s the name of the marriage canopy under which the bride and groom
stand during traditional Jewish wedding ceremonies?
see also corresponding 'Wedding Canopy' SuJoku puzzle
What was the closely guarded secret during the Battle of Midway (June 4, 1942)?
see also corresponding 'Battle of Midway' SuJoku puzzle
Where is the world’s steepest incline railway?
see more on the Steepest Incline Railway & pics from the Joe-kster's 2010 'Down Under' Promo Tour.
Which English composer, born on June 2, 1857, is known for his ‘Pomp and Circumstance’ marches?
see also corresponding 'Pomp And Circumstance' SuJoku puzzle
What is the southernmost landlocked country in the world?
see also corresponding 'Southernmost Landlocked Country' SuJoku puzzle
Which composer poured cold water over his head every time he sat down to write music?
What are the three largest bells in the British Isles?
see also corresponding 'British Isles Bells' SuJoku puzzle
In what city was Joan of Arc burned at the stake on May 30, 1431?
see also corresponding 'Joan of Arc' SuJoku puzzle
What were the names of the two climbers who simultaneously became
see also corresponding 'Mt. Everest Summit' SuJoku puzzle
What is the mock medication given to some patients in a controlled experiment
in order to ensure that changes being observed in the main experiment are the
result of the drug being tested, rather than the patient’s belief in the medication?
see also corresponding 'Mock Medication' SuJoku puzzle
What famous German battleship was sunk on May 27, 1941 in the Battle of the Atlantic?
see also corresponding 'Sunk German Battleship' SuJoku puzzle
When was the first Model T produced?
see also corresponding 'Model T' SuJoku puzzle
What trousers are named after the northern India city founded by Rao Jodha?
see also corresponding 'Jodha Trousers' SuJoku puzzle
What was the 1st Morse Code message sent by Samuel F.B. Morse on May 24, 1844?
see also corresponding 'Morse Code Message' SuJoku puzzle
What spice takes its name from the Sanskrit word stringa-vera, and is
see also corresponding 'Stringa-Vera Spice' SuJoku puzzle
The main fashion difference between the modern Olympic athlete and the
see also corresponding 'Olympic Difference' SuJoku puzzle
Where did the saying, “Veni, vidi, vici” come from?
see also corresponding 'Veni, Vidi, Vici' SuJoku puzzle
What is a bet on the first-place, second-place, and third-place winners in exact order called?
see also corresponding 'Exact Order Winners' SuJoku puzzle
Besides humans, what is the only other animal known to have preyed on great white sharks?
see also corresponding 'Great White Shark Prey' SuJoku puzzle
What do you call an animal that eats both plants and animals?
see also corresponding 'Plant and Animal Eating Animal' SuJoku puzzle
What dinosaur name means “fast thief”?
Armageddon is Hebrew for ‘Mountain of _________’?
see also corresponding 'Armageddon' SuJoku puzzle
Which Chinese number is unlucky?
Why are manhole covers round?
What did Siam become on May 11, 1949?
see also corresponding 'Siam' SuJoku puzzle
Which Hungarian American performer was born as Erik Weisz?
see also corresponding 'Harry Houdini' SuJoku puzzle
When was the world’s first book printed?
see also corresponding '1st Printed Book' SuJoku puzzle
What country passed the world’s first patent law?
see also corresponding '1st Patent Law' SuJoku puzzle
Who made the first electric shaver?
see also corresponding 'Close Shave' SuJoku puzzle
What is the mascot of the Paralympic Games?
What is the symbol of the Paralympic Games?
Why is Pi Day celebrated on March 14th?
see also corresponding 'Einstein and Pi Day' SuJoku puzzle
Which five categories of sports will be featured at the 2010 Paralympic Games?
Where will the majority of events take place for the 2010 Paralympic Games?
Where was paper invented?
What patent did Abraham Lincoln apply for on March 10, 1849?
Where did the Barbie Doll debut on March 9, 1959?
When was the 1st time an artificial heart was used?
see also corresponding 'First Artificial Heart' SuJoku puzzle
What movie, in January 2010, became the highest-grossing movie worldwide?
see also corresponding 'Highest Grossing Movie' SuJoku puzzle
When was the first official Paralympic Games?
Where was sledge hockey Invented?
Why is March 4th the Most Progressive Day of the Year?
see also corresponding 'Most Progressive Day' SuJoku puzzle
What festival celebrates the health and well-being of girls in Japan on March 3rd?
What is ‘Whuppity Stourie’ and why is it celebrated on March 1st?
What year was the 1st known breast reconstruction surgery performed
Which country holds the record for the most gold medals won at a Winter Olympics?
see also corresponding 'Vancouver's Roberto Luongo' SuJoku puzzle
Who was the first organ transplant recipient to win an Olympic medal?
Who is:
(A) the founder of the modern Olympic Games;
(B) a founding member of the IOC;
(C) the designer of the 5 Olympic rings;
(D) introduced the Olympic motto, ’Swifter, Higher, Stronger’?
see also corresponding 'Olympic Ring Designer' SuJoku puzzle
Who is the only person to win multiple medals in both Summer and Winter Olympic Games?
Which ice skater performed in the XXI Winter Olympics only 2 days after her mother died?
see also corresponding 'Grieving Olympic Skater' SuJoku puzzle
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