The U.S Senator who led the fight against joining the League of Nations
A major event in history that started with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and ended with the Treaty of Versailles
The conditions of the peace treaty which ended World War I
The ship that was sunk by Germany, causing the US to join WWI
The agreement by Germany to alter it's naval/submarine warfare
The agreement which ended World War I
A new military tactic used during World War I; was dangerous and not a successful tactic
The Austria-Hungary royal who was assassinated in 1914 by Serbian nationalists
The U.S. President during WWI
Army sergeant who won the Congressional Medal of Honor for valor
The legislation that required men to register for the draft during WW1
The Act that criminalized criticism of the war effort
The political belief that the United States shouldn't involve itself in foreign affairs
The United States' foreign policy at the beginning of WW1
Costs levied on the Central Powers after World War I to pay the Allies war costs
The Supreme Court case that restricted freedom of speech rights during WW1
The secret diplomatic communication between Germany and Mexico which lead to a military alliance
An international diplomatic group that was formed to solve problems between countries before they lead to warfare.
Meeting between the U.S. and Europe to negotiate the terms Germany's surrender at the end of WW1
River which runs through Paris
The indigenous people of Paris
Paris is the capital city of which country?
The population of Paris city (in millions)
Julius Caesar (Romans) renamed Paris to this in AD58-55
Paris neighbourhoods are generically referred to as these (Translates into 'around')
Paris has a 'north temperate' climate, which includes four distinct seasons. This is commonly referred to as this
One of many famous parks in Paris
Famous Parisian cathedral
Famous Iron structure built from 1887-1889 which stands 300 metres tall
Famous commemorative monument on the Champs Elyses, commissioned by Napolean 1 and took 30 years to build
Annual mens cycle race which finishes in Paris. The race was first started in 1903 by a sports newspaper to increase sales
Famous Parisian museum and home to the famous painting 'Mona Lisa'
PRoman Catholic church dedicated to the 'Sacred Heart' of Jesus. Consecrated in 1919 it is located at the highest point in the city of Paris
Elegant Kings palace on the outskirts of Paris
popular French pancakes commonly eaten in Paris
Paris underground transport sytem
Servant to Charles and Henry
Hound of the
Died of heart failure
Sir Charles smoked one
Sir Author Conan ____________
The hound was a
The hound left this 20 feet from Charles
Chief detective on the Baskerville case
Stapleton fell into the
Nature's night light
Bad luck place for the baskervilles
SH saw the spy on this street
SH examined Mortimer's ________ stick
Where was the place they stayed
The spy rode in one
What nationality is Irene Adler
What hobby does Sherlock take up upon retirement?
A 16th cousin, twice removed of Sir Arthur C. Doyle
Japanese system of wrestling used by Homes
When you have eliminated the impossbile, whatever remains, however __________, must be the truth
Sherlock's cape fabric
A hat worn in the country
A hat worn in the city
The originally suggested name for Sherlock
Sherlock's violin manufacturer
How many steps lead up to their quarters at 221b Baker Street
Loyalty and devotion to a particular nationality.
Great Britain, France, and Russia.
The city where archduke was assasinated.
Foot rot caused by long periods of time in wet boots.
The place where the WW1 peace treaty was signed.
The most dangerous place to be in between two fighting trenches.
Mandatory military service.
The Canadian Prime Minister during World War One.
A new country created by the Treaty of Versailles.
Serbian Terrorist group responsible for the Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Britain's Luxury liner that was torpedoed by a German submarine, causing America to join WW1.
Germany's secret submarine (in German).
Long knives attached to riffles. They were used as a defensive weapon.
The place where soldiers traveled to get to other trenches.
Austria-Hungary, Italy, and Germany.
German officer responsible for development of the plan of attack that German armies used in the attack of WW1.
The leader of Russia during WW1.
President of the United states during WW1.
Explosion on December of 1917 that Killed 2,000 people.
A (1914-1918) battle between German and British Forces.
Battle where poison gas was 1st used.
Canadian flying Ace who took down 72 planes.
who a person is
A mark made by pressure
Any bottled shaped container
To expose to danger
Where did Hound of The Baskervilles
Number of the house where the story mostly took place
The story where a woman chose what happened to he rlover
The story when a man killed another man
the main detective in the story
Author of the book
Who has an overprotective "brother"
Doyle was born in ________
Sampson and _______ start a fight with two Montague servants
The _______ breaks up the fight between Montagues and Capulets
The prince declares the penalty for disturbing the peace to be _____
This suitor asks Capulet for permission to marry Juliet
Romeo is in love with this woman before he meets Juliet
Romeo attends the Capulet feast wearing a ____
A fairy that, according to Mercutio, will visit you in your dreams
Romeo first kisses this woman at the feast