The 1812 Fire of Moscow, on 14 September 14 1812, broke out after most residents and Russian troops had abandoned the city, and whose troops had entered it?
This was subsequent to the Battle of Borodino.
Who were the USA fighting a war against in 1812 when the successful American defence of Fort McHenry in September 1814 inspired the lyrics of the U.S. national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner"?
What was the only South American country to send troops to fight in World War II after declaring war on Germany and Italy on 22 August 1942?
Who died suddenly on 14 October 1977 from a heart attack soon after a round of 18 holes of golf near Madrid (apparently his last words were "That was a great game of golf, fellas" followed a few moments later by "Let's go have a Coca-Cola")?
US President Bush sent 2,000 troops into which country to conduct regular military exercises and, after a US serviceman was shot by local forces in December 1989, ordered an additional 24,000 troops in to take control?