Qwizzeria Daily #766

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1. In 1430, who did Burgundians capture and sell her to the English? She was burned at the stake in 1431.

2. What six-letter name is given to this computer, the first computer built for commercial purposes, is demonstrated in Philadelphia by Dr John W. Mauchly and J. Presper Eckert, Jr?

3. This 2019 Czech film, adapted from a 1965 novel by Jerzy Kosiński, describes World War II as seen by a boy, considered a “Gypsy or Jewish stray,” wandering about small villages scattered around an unspecified country in Central and Eastern Europe. Which film?

4. In 1922, who became the first US President to speak on the radio? In 1920, his victory was broadcasted live, making it the first time election returns were announced as it happened.

5. Name this American soprano, known (among other mega achievements) for her performances of Verdi’s Aida. (VISUAL)


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