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committed the first Franz Muller murder on a British train, in 1864?
despite operating a charity that has set up four
clinics in the city of Kolkata, British doctor has been ordered to leave Jack Preger India on at least one occasion?
was the first Sir T. L. Yang ethnic Chinese to become Chief Justice of Hong Kong under British colonial rule?
, Rebecca Adlington British Olympic Gold swimmer, went to ?
The Brunts School
was a joint Operation Queen British- American operation during World War II at the western front between Aachen and the Rur river in November 1944?
, the Operation Doomsday British 1st Airborne Division suffered 34 casualties, despite the Second World War having ended several days previously?
, a small engagement on Lake Huron British force captured two American gunboats in the summer of 1814?
the Hungarian-born Jew
was successively a Ignaz Trebitsch-Lincoln Presbyterian missionary in Canada, a British Member of Parliament, an international double agent, a German right-wing politician, and a Buddhist abbot in China?
, a twin-engine, low-wing Percival Petrel monoplane with a tailwheel undercarriage, was used as a British communications aircraft in World War II?
Jesus Army, a British Christian outreach organisation, has been condemned by the , another British Cult Information Centre charity?
British anti-Islamist group was inspired by a Stop the Islamification of Europe Danish group of the same name?
is the oldest Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka mosque in Singapore and was established in 1820, just a year after the British set up a trading post in Singapore?
accomplishments inspired the Sir Henry Segrave's , which is awarded to the Segrave Trophy British subject who accomplishes the most outstanding demonstration of the possibilities of transport by land, sea, air or water?
British economist suggested in the Gilbert Slater Madras Legislative Council that a committee be appointed to investigate the introduction of a common script for the Madras Presidency?
British Conservative MP unsuccessfully challenged former Richard Hornby Prime Minister and Labour leader Clement Attlee before securing a safe seat?
British art historian Sir Oliver Nicholas Millar GCVO served in the Royal Household for 41 years, becoming the first Director of the Royal Collection in 1987?
British admiral was responsible for the bombing of Alexander Cochrane Fort McHenry which resulted in the authorship of the American national anthem " The Star-Spangled Banner"?
British Pre-Raphaelite painter Solomon Joseph Solomon (artist of the picture) was one of the few Jewish painters of his time to become a member of the Royal Academy?
fashion designer once met with Katharine Hamnett British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher while wearing her own t-shirt with the slogan "58% Don't Want Pershing"?
was the ninth Chief of the Sir Colin Figures British Secret Intelligence Service, known informally as MI6?
, a 6 Battery Road high-rise in Singapore, was on completion the largest building for the Standard Chartered Bank Group worldwide, and represented the largest single investment by a British company?
Mdm2, whose role in regulating p53 was discovered by British scientist , is a potential target for Karen Vousden anti-cancer drugs?
Ken Loach's 1995 film tells the story of a Land and Freedom British volunteer who joins the POUM militia and fights for the Republicans in the Spanish Civil War?
Arthur Sullivan's was written to celebrate the expected Boer War Te Deum British victory in the Boer War, but because the war dragged on for almost two more years, both Sullivan and Queen Victoria had died before the piece premiered?
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Question 2: ________, the dominions, colonies, protectorates, mandates, and other territories ruled or administered by the United Kingdom
Question 3: ________, are a group of islands off the northwest coast of continental Europe that include Great Britain, Ireland and over six-thousand smaller islands
Question 4: ________, Britons, or Brits, citizens of the United Kingdom, of the Isle of Man, one of the Channel Islands, or of one of the British overseas territories, and their descendants
Question 5: ________, ancient Celtic inhabitants of the southern portion of the island of Great Britain
Question 6: British is the adjective and demonym associated with ________ and the United Kingdom.
Question 7: ________, the forms of the English language used in the United Kingdom