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Question: This German field marshal commanded the African Korps during World War II. After he was implicated in a plot to kill Hitler in 1944, he took his life. He was nicknamed the "desert fox." Who was he?

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Question: Every year on May 5, Mexicans celebrate the holiday of Cinco de Mayo. On that day in 1867, at the Battle of Puebla, the Mexicans defeated the army from which country?

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Question: Around 1680, when King Charles II repaid a debt owed to his father, this 35-year-old man received a huge parcel of land on the western bank of the Delaware River which eventually became a state bearing his name. What was his name?

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Question: One of the most important figures from the 20th century was French general and politician Charles de Gaulle. How did he spell his last two names?

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