1. A former President of Venezuela, he is considered to be a key figure in the history of Latin America. He was sometimes referred to as ‘El Libertador’ and was also the first President of another country. A submarine of the US Navy was named after him. Name the person.
2. Born in Scotland, he is one of the most famous pirates in history even though some consider it unjustified. One of the famous ships he captained was the ‘Quedagh Merchant’, the wrecks of which is believed to have been discovered in 2007. He is frequently referenced in popular culture, including a movie where he was played by actor Charles Laughton. Name the person.
3. This ‘index’ has been created by The Heritage Foundation in association with The Wall Street Journal. It ranks countries based on ten major factors which includes ability to own property and movement of labour and capital. Hong Kong tops the list in the 2012 rankings. Which index are we referring to?
4. These two individuals are usually referred together, and their middle names are Elizabeth and Chestnut. They were well known criminals who operated in the United States in the 1930s. They were shot dead in 1934 while travelling in the state of Louisiana. They were immortalized by in a movie directed by Arthur Penn. Name the individuals.
5. This organization served as the secret police for one of the most notorious parties in modern history. It was officially formed in 1933, and was administratively headed by Heinrich Himmler in his capacity as the head of another organization. Rudolf Diels was the first commander of this organization. Name the organization.
1. Simon Bolivar.
2. William Kidd.
3. Index of Economic Freedom.
4. Bonny and Clyde.