Model T. The original Model T sold for $850 and was produced until May 26, 1926.
Opium Imports. The First Opium War (1839-1942) between China and Britain was fought over opium imports.
Harry Truman. Truman was 88 when he died in December of 1972.
December Of 1979. 11 fans were trampled in the tragic December 1979 concert by the Who in Cincinnati.
Belgium. NATO (or the North Atlantic Treaty Organization) headquarters is located in Brussels, Belgium.
Paris. In August 1997, Princess Diana died after a car crash.
USS Maine. The captain of the USS Maine was Charles Sigsbee.
Joseph McCarthy. Republican U.S. Senator from the state of Wisconsin, McCarthy became noted for aggressively investigating claims that there were Communist and Soviet spies and sympathizers inside the federal government.
11-13 Feet. The Berlin Wall was officially referred to as the "Anti-Fascist Protection Rampart" by GDR authorities.
1963. Rev. King gave the Dream speech at the March on Washington in 1963.
1928. Penicillin was the first true antibiotic, it was discovered by Alexander Fleming, Professor of Bacteriology at St. Mary's Hospital in London.
Franz Kafka. Franz Kafka's 1915 novel "The Metamorphosis" is a classic dealing with themes of alienation and anxiety.
Xerxes. Xerxes became the King of Persia when he was just 36 years old, in 486 B.C.
Grover. President Cleveland's given name was Stephen Grover Cleveland.
The Marshall Plan. The Marshall Plan was proposed to help all countries in post-war Europe including eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.
Fulgencio Batista. Fulgencio Batista preceded Castro as Cuba's leader.
U.S. Attorney In San Francisco. Robert Mueller was nominated to become Director of the FBI on July 6, 2001.
Kuwait. In its 1990 invasion, Iraq claimed Kuwait was stealing oil.
Baseball. George Bush entered Yale University, where he pursued a degree in economics and graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1948.
Muhammad. As of 2009, the most popular male first name in the USA was Jacob.