1. This organization was founded in the Phillipines in 1892 to gain independence from the Spanish. Their flag comprised a white sun on a red background. They were a secret organization, and started a publication called Kalayaan which meant liberty. The group’s activities ultimately led to the collapse of the Spanish Empire in Asia. Name the organization.
2. This former President of the United States led his nation to victory against the Spanish. He was assassinated by a man named Leon Csolgosz in 1901. He was also responsible for raising tariffs to protect business interests in the United States. He was succeeded by Theodre Roosevelt. Which US President are we talking about?
3. An influential American businessman who is considered to be the father of the nation’s shipbuilding, his business interests were varied which included shipbuilding, aluminium and steel. His firm was the chief contractor in building what is now known as the Hoover Dam. He was inducted into the California Hall of Fame by Arnold Schwarzenegger. Name the businessman.
4. One of the most well known revolutionaries of all time, his first name is Ernesto and he was born in 1928 in Argentina. His journeys with his friend Alberto Granado across South America caused him to transform into a revolutionary as he witnessed the poverty all around. His photo, titled ‘Guerrillero Heroico’, is very famous in popular culture. Name the revolutionary.
5. His middle name is Franz and he is a former tennis player who was the youngest to win the Wimbledon at the age of 17. He is also an Olympic gold medallist and was known for his rivalry with Stefan Edberg. He was once married to actress Barbara Feltus. Name the former tennis player.
2. William McKinley.
3. Henry J Kaiser.
4. Che Guevara.
5. Boris Becker.