Daily Quiz #122
In July 1966 the Musicians' Union banned miming on the UK TV programme "Top of the Pops", but as some bands' attempts to play were inadequate, a specially recorded backing track was permitted as long as … what?
Who was re-elected President of the Republic of Germany in 1932 defeating Adolf Hitler, became a figurehead when Hitler became Chancellor in 1932, and died in 1934, enabling Hitler to disestablish the position of President and proclaim himself Fuhrer?
What is the capital of Mongolia, on the Tuul River?
Which credit card is famous for the slogan "Don't leave home without it"?
What is the next number in the series 1, 4, 9, 16, 25?
In the USA, tournament play for Monopoly calls for a 90-minute time limit. What time limit is used for international play?
Who abdicated on 30 April 1980, the day of her 71st birthday, and was succeeded by Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands?