Chocolate bar made by Cadbury - most popular in the UK, but also sold in the US
Poet Laureate of the US, 2001-2003
Civil and structural engineer. Brunel achieved many engineering "firsts", including assisting in the building of the first tunnel under a navigable river and development of SS Great Britain, the first propeller-driven ocean-going iron ship, which was at the time also the largest ship ever built.
He also the first European to discover most of the 2 main Islands of New Zealand and mapped much of the Pacific. He was killed on The Sandwich Island now known as Hawaii. His ship returned to England without him
(1475-1519) Sailed from Spain in 1500 to northern coast of South America but ship was abandoned in Hispaniola. In 1510 Balboa stowed away with other Europeans to found the first settlement in the south Americas at Darien, Panama.
Resembles three concentric circles
An account from his days as a junior diplomat in the Foreign Office.
China.The first oriental screen kiss was bestowed on Miss Mamie Lee in the movie Two Women in the House (China, 1926).
Prefers deep forests but is frequent in urban settings
State butterfly and mascot of Alabama. The state insect is the Monarch butterfly.
Part of the Battle of the Atlantic in 1940-42, called Operation Paukenschlag by the Germans or their "Happy Time", or "The Great American Turkey Shoot" by the Americans; involving the sinking of 609 ships totaling losses of 3.1 million tons of freight and thousands of lives or 25% of all Allied losses in the Atlantic, against a loss of only 22 U-boats