1. This University was unofficially established around the 11th-12th century AD, and is part of the ‘Golden Triangle’ of British Universities. It’s motto is in Latin which in English means ‘The Lord Is My Light’. Notable alumni of this university include Clement Attlee, Indira Gandhi and Bill Clinton. Which university?
2. A noted lawyer in his day, he helped draft the Constitution of the United States and was once the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. The article on him in the Encyclopedia Britannica was written by John F Kennedy. Being a friend of Samuel Morse, the first ever message transmitted using this medium was proposed by his daughter. Name the person.
3. A Scottish inventor born in the 19th century, he was influential in shaping the history of communication through his inventions. He was one of the founders of the National Geographic Society. His most famous invention was independently created by Elisha gray. Name the inventor.
4. This means of communication between the USA and the USSR was created after the Cuban Missile Crisis as part of an MOU signed in Geneva in 1963. It is also known as the ‘red telephone’. It was the device used for hilarious conversations in the classic movie Dr.Strangelove. What are we referring to?
5. A former footballer who played for The Netherlands, his middle name is Nicolas and considered to be one of the best Dutch footballers ever. He initially played for Ajax, but made his name playing for the English club Arsenal. He has sometimes been called the ‘Non-Flying Dutchman’. Name the footballer.
1. Oxford University.
2. Oliver Ellsworth.
3. Alexander Graham Bell.
4. Moscow-Washington hotline.
5. Dennis Bergkamp.