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1. mysterious explosion on the battleship USS Maine
2. assassination of archduke Ferdinand
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1. mysterious explosion on the battleship USS Maine
2. Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941
3. assassination of archduke Ferdinand

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1. Mysterious explosion on the battleship USS Maine (Spanish-American War)
2. Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941 (World War II)
3. Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand (World War I)
4. The Siege of Saguntum (Second Punic War)
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1. Mysterious explosion on the battleship USS Maine (Spanish-American War)
2. Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941 (World War II)
3. Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand (World War I)
4. The Siege of Saguntum (Second Punic War)
5. Attack on Fort Sumter (American Civil War)
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1. Mysterious explosion on the battleship USS Maine (Spanish-American War)
2. Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941 (World War II)
3. Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand (World War I)
4. The Siege of Saguntum (Second Punic War)
5. Attack on Fort Sumter (American Civil War)
6. Invasion of Poland, Sept. 1, 1939 (World War II)
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1. Mysterious explosion on the battleship USS Maine (Spanish-American War)
2. Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941 (World War II)
3. Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand (World War I)
4. The Siege of Saguntum (Second Punic War)
5. Attack on Fort Sumter (American Civil War)
6. Invasion of Poland, Sept. 1, 1939 (World War II)
7. The Egyptian blockade of the Straits of Tiran (The Six Day War)
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1. Mysterious explosion on the battleship USS Maine (Spanish-American War)
2. Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941 (World War II)
3. Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand (World War I)
4. The Siege of Saguntum (Second Punic War)
5. Attack on Fort Sumter (American Civil War)
6. Invasion of Poland, Sept. 1, 1939 (World War II)
7. The Egyptian blockade of the Straits of Tiran (The Six Day War)
8. Gulf of Tonkin Incident (Vietnam War)

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1. Mysterious explosion on the battleship USS Maine (Spanish-American War)
2. Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941 (World War II)
3. Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand (World War I)
4. The Siege of Saguntum (Second Punic War)
5. Attack on Fort Sumter (American Civil War)
6. Invasion of Poland, Sept. 1, 1939 (World War II)
7. The Egyptian blockade of the Straits of Tiran (The Six Day War)
8. Gulf of Tonkin Incident (Vietnam War)
9. War of Jenkins' Ear, 1739 (Capt. Robert Jenkins's loss of, well, you know)
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1. Mysterious explosion on the battleship USS Maine (Spanish-American War)
2. Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941 (World War II)
3. Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand (World War I)
4. The Siege of Saguntum (Second Punic War)
5. Attack on Fort Sumter (American Civil War)
6. Invasion of Poland, Sept. 1, 1939 (World War II)
7. The Egyptian blockade of the Straits of Tiran (The Six Day War)
8. Gulf of Tonkin Incident (Vietnam War)
9. War of Jenkins' Ear, 1739 (Capt. Robert Jenkins's loss of, well, you know)
10. Britain's forced conscription of Americans to fight Napoleon (War of 1812)
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1. Mysterious explosion on the battleship USS Maine (Spanish-American War)
2. Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941 (World War II)
3. Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand (World War I)
4. The Siege of Saguntum (Second Punic War)
5. Attack on Fort Sumter (American Civil War)
6. Invasion of Poland, Sept. 1, 1939 (World War II)
7. The Egyptian blockade of the Straits of Tiran (The Six Day War)
8. Gulf of Tonkin Incident (Vietnam War)
9. War of Jenkins' Ear, 1739 (Capt. Robert Jenkins's loss of, well, you know)
10. Britain's forced conscription of Americans to fight Napoleon (War of 1812)
11. Argentina's invasion of Falkland/Malvinas Islands, 1982 (Falklands War)
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1. Mysterious explosion on the battleship USS Maine (Spanish-American War)
2. Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941 (World War II)
3. Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand (World War I)
4. The Siege of Saguntum (Second Punic War)
5. Attack on Fort Sumter (American Civil War)
6. Invasion of Poland, Sept. 1, 1939 (World War II)
7. The Egyptian blockade of the Straits of Tiran (The Six Day War)
8. Gulf of Tonkin Incident (Vietnam War)
9. War of Jenkins' Ear, 1739 (Capt. Robert Jenkins's loss of, well, you know)
10. Britain's forced conscription of Americans to fight Napoleon (War of 1812)
11. Argentina's invasion of Falkland/Malvinas Islands, 1982 (Falklands War)
12. The Ems Telegram, 1870 (Franco-Prussian War)
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1. Mysterious explosion on the battleship USS Maine (Spanish-American War)
2. Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941 (World War II)
3. Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand (World War I)
4. The Siege of Saguntum (Second Punic War)
5. Attack on Fort Sumter (American Civil War)
6. Invasion of Poland, Sept. 1, 1939 (World War II)
7. The Egyptian blockade of the Straits of Tiran (The Six Day War)
8. Gulf of Tonkin Incident (Vietnam War)
9. War of Jenkins' Ear, 1739 (Capt. Robert Jenkins's loss of, well, you know)
10. Britain's forced conscription of Americans to fight Napoleon (War of 1812)
11. Argentina's invasion of Falkland/Malvinas Islands, 1982 (Falklands War)
12. The Ems Telegram, 1870 (Franco-Prussian War)
13. The British Army's attempt to arrest Patriot leaders and seize arms outside Boston, 1775 (American Revolution)

More complicated than that, but that was the spark that started armed hostilities.

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3. Prince von Metternich, Austrian Diplomat, led the Congress of Vienna, architect of the "Balance of Power" in Europe that lasted(sorta-kinda) for a century.
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4. Lester B. Pearson, Canadian prime minister who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957 for organizing the United Nations Emergency Force to resolve the Suez Canal Crisis.

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3. Prince von Metternich, Austrian Diplomat, led the Congress of Vienna, architect of the "Balance of Power" in Europe that lasted(sorta-kinda) for a century.
4. Lester B. Pearson, Canadian prime minister who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957 for organizing the United Nations Emergency Force to resolve the Suez Canal Crisis.
5. Vidkun Quisling - Norwegian diplomat to the Soviet Union managing British diplomatic affairs, later executed by firing squad after being found guilty of embezzlement, murder, and high treason against the Norwegian state.
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4. Lester B. Pearson, Canadian prime minister who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957 for organizing the United Nations Emergency Force to resolve the Suez Canal Crisis.
5. Vidkun Quisling - Norwegian diplomat to the Soviet Union managing British diplomatic affairs, later executed by firing squad after being found guilty of embezzlement, murder, and high treason against the Norwegian state.
6. Carlos P. Romulo - Philippines, served as President of the UN General Assembly. When the Soviet delegate called him “just a little man from a little country,” Romulo replied “It is the duty of the little Davids here to fling pebbles of truth between the eyes of blustering Goliaths—and make them behave.”
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3. Prince von Metternich, Austrian Diplomat, led the Congress of Vienna, architect of the "Balance of Power" in Europe that lasted(sorta-kinda) for a century.
4. Lester B. Pearson, Canadian prime minister who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957 for organizing the United Nations Emergency Force to resolve the Suez Canal Crisis.
5. Vidkun Quisling - Norwegian diplomat to the Soviet Union managing British diplomatic affairs, later executed by firing squad after being found guilty of embezzlement, murder, and high treason against the Norwegian state.
6. Carlos P. Romulo - Philippines, served as President of the UN General Assembly. When the Soviet delegate called him “just a little man from a little country,” Romulo replied “It is the duty of the little Davids here to fling pebbles of truth between the eyes of blustering Goliaths—and make them behave.”
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4. Lester B. Pearson, Canadian prime minister who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957 for organizing the United Nations Emergency Force to resolve the Suez Canal Crisis.
5. Vidkun Quisling - Norwegian diplomat to the Soviet Union managing British diplomatic affairs, later executed by firing squad after being found guilty of embezzlement, murder, and high treason against the Norwegian state.
6. Carlos P. Romulo - Philippines, served as President of the UN General Assembly. When the Soviet delegate called him “just a little man from a little country,” Romulo replied “It is the duty of the little Davids here to fling pebbles of truth between the eyes of blustering Goliaths—and make them behave.”
7. Ken Taylor, Canadian ambassador to Iran, who facilitated the escape of six Americans from Iran in 1980 (aka the "Canadian Caper")
8. U Thant, Burmese diplomat, longest-serving Secretary-General of the United Nations, helped avert catastrophe during the Cuban Missile Crisis
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3. Prince von Metternich, Austrian Diplomat, led the Congress of Vienna, architect of the "Balance of Power" in Europe that lasted(sorta-kinda) for a century.
4. Lester B. Pearson, Canadian prime minister who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957 for organizing the United Nations Emergency Force to resolve the Suez Canal Crisis.
5. Vidkun Quisling - Norwegian diplomat to the Soviet Union managing British diplomatic affairs, later executed by firing squad after being found guilty of embezzlement, murder, and high treason against the Norwegian state.
6. Carlos P. Romulo - Philippines, served as President of the UN General Assembly. When the Soviet delegate called him “just a little man from a little country,” Romulo replied “It is the duty of the little Davids here to fling pebbles of truth between the eyes of blustering Goliaths—and make them behave.”
7. Ken Taylor, Canadian ambassador to Iran, who facilitated the escape of six Americans from Iran in 1980 (aka the "Canadian Caper")
8. U Thant, Burmese diplomat, longest-serving Secretary-General of the United Nations, helped avert catastrophe during the Cuban Missile Crisis
9. Jimmy Carter - helped negotiate peace between Israel and Egypt in 1979
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3. Prince von Metternich, Austrian Diplomat, led the Congress of Vienna, architect of the "Balance of Power" in Europe that lasted(sorta-kinda) for a century.
4. Lester B. Pearson, Canadian prime minister who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957 for organizing the United Nations Emergency Force to resolve the Suez Canal Crisis.
5. Vidkun Quisling - Norwegian diplomat to the Soviet Union managing British diplomatic affairs, later executed by firing squad after being found guilty of embezzlement, murder, and high treason against the Norwegian state.
6. Carlos P. Romulo - Philippines, served as President of the UN General Assembly. When the Soviet delegate called him “just a little man from a little country,” Romulo replied “It is the duty of the little Davids here to fling pebbles of truth between the eyes of blustering Goliaths—and make them behave.”
7. Ken Taylor, Canadian ambassador to Iran, who facilitated the escape of six Americans from Iran in 1980 (aka the "Canadian Caper")
8. U Thant, Burmese diplomat, longest-serving Secretary-General of the United Nations, helped avert catastrophe during the Cuban Missile Crisis
9. Jimmy Carter - helped negotiate peace between Israel and Egypt in 1979
10. Charles Talleyrand - negotiated a surprisingly good deal for France at the Congress of Vienna
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3. Prince von Metternich, Austrian Diplomat, led the Congress of Vienna, architect of the "Balance of Power" in Europe that lasted(sorta-kinda) for a century.
4. Lester B. Pearson, Canadian prime minister who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957 for organizing the United Nations Emergency Force to resolve the Suez Canal Crisis.
5. Vidkun Quisling - Norwegian diplomat to the Soviet Union managing British diplomatic affairs, later executed by firing squad after being found guilty of embezzlement, murder, and high treason against the Norwegian state.
6. Carlos P. Romulo - Philippines, served as President of the UN General Assembly. When the Soviet delegate called him “just a little man from a little country,” Romulo replied “It is the duty of the little Davids here to fling pebbles of truth between the eyes of blustering Goliaths—and make them behave.”
7. Ken Taylor, Canadian ambassador to Iran, who facilitated the escape of six Americans from Iran in 1980 (aka the "Canadian Caper")
8. U Thant, Burmese diplomat, longest-serving Secretary-General of the United Nations, helped avert catastrophe during the Cuban Missile Crisis
9. Jimmy Carter - helped negotiate peace between Israel and Egypt in 1979
10. Charles Talleyrand - negotiated a surprisingly good deal for France at the Congress of Vienna
11. Joachim von Ribbentrop - negotiated Nazi Germany's 'Pact of Steel' alliance with Italy, and the infamous Molotov-Ribbentrop pact that set the stage for the invasion of Poland at the dawn of WW2
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2. Dag Hammarskjöld, Swedish diplomat, author and economist, and second Secretary-General of the U.N.
3. Prince von Metternich, Austrian Diplomat, led the Congress of Vienna, architect of the "Balance of Power" in Europe that lasted (sorta-kinda) for a century.
4. Lester B. Pearson, Canadian prime minister who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957 for organizing the United Nations Emergency Force to resolve the Suez Canal Crisis.
5. Vidkun Quisling - Norwegian diplomat to the Soviet Union managing British diplomatic affairs, later executed by firing squad after being found guilty of embezzlement, murder, and high treason against the Norwegian state.
6. Carlos P. Romulo - Philippines, served as President of the UN General Assembly. When the Soviet delegate called him “just a little man from a little country,” Romulo replied “It is the duty of the little Davids here to fling pebbles of truth between the eyes of blustering Goliaths—and make them behave.”
7. Ken Taylor, Canadian ambassador to Iran, who facilitated the escape of six Americans from Iran in 1980 (aka the "Canadian Caper")
8. U Thant, Burmese diplomat, longest-serving Secretary-General of the United Nations, helped avert catastrophe during the Cuban Missile Crisis
9. Jimmy Carter - helped negotiate peace between Israel and Egypt in 1979
10. Charles Talleyrand - negotiated a surprisingly good deal for France at the Congress of Vienna
11. Joachim von Ribbentrop - negotiated Nazi Germany's 'Pact of Steel' alliance with Italy, and the infamous Molotov-Ribbentrop pact that set the stage for the invasion of Poland at the dawn of WW2
12. William H. Seward - US Secretary of State (1861-69); negotiated extraordinarily cheap purchase of Alaska from Russia
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3. Prince von Metternich, Austrian Diplomat, led the Congress of Vienna, architect of the "Balance of Power" in Europe that lasted (sorta-kinda) for a century.
4. Lester B. Pearson, Canadian prime minister who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957 for organizing the United Nations Emergency Force to resolve the Suez Canal Crisis.
5. Vidkun Quisling - Norwegian diplomat to the Soviet Union managing British diplomatic affairs, later executed by firing squad after being found guilty of embezzlement, murder, and high treason against the Norwegian state.
6. Carlos P. Romulo - Philippines, served as President of the UN General Assembly. When the Soviet delegate called him “just a little man from a little country,” Romulo replied “It is the duty of the little Davids here to fling pebbles of truth between the eyes of blustering Goliaths—and make them behave.”
7. Ken Taylor, Canadian ambassador to Iran, who facilitated the escape of six Americans from Iran in 1980 (aka the "Canadian Caper")
8. U Thant, Burmese diplomat, longest-serving Secretary-General of the United Nations, helped avert catastrophe during the Cuban Missile Crisis
9. Jimmy Carter - helped negotiate peace between Israel and Egypt in 1979
10. Charles Talleyrand - negotiated a surprisingly good deal for France at the Congress of Vienna
11. Joachim von Ribbentrop - negotiated Nazi Germany's 'Pact of Steel' alliance with Italy, and the infamous Molotov-Ribbentrop pact that set the stage for the invasion of Poland at the dawn of WW2
12. William H. Seward - US Secretary of State (1861-69); negotiated extraordinarily cheap purchase of Alaska from Russia 67973
13. Richard Holbrooke - negotiated 1995 peace agreement in Bosnia

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4. Raymond "Ray" Babbitt in "Rain Man."
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4. Raymond "Ray" Babbitt in "Rain Man."
5. Ratso Rizzo in Midnight Cowboy
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4. Raymond "Ray" Babbitt in "Rain Man."
5. Ratso Rizzo in Midnight Cowboy
6. Stanley Motss, Wag the Dog

"Look at that! That is a complete fucking fraud, and it looks a hundred percent real. It's the best work I've ever done in my life, because it's so honest."

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4. Raymond "Ray" Babbitt in "Rain Man."
5. Ratso Rizzo in Midnight Cowboy
6. Stanley Motss, Wag the Dog
7. Lenny Bruce, Lenny

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4. Raymond "Ray" Babbitt in "Rain Man."
5. Ratso Rizzo in Midnight Cowboy
6. Stanley Motss, Wag the Dog
7. Lenny Bruce, Lenny
8. Captain Hook, Hook
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4. Raymond "Ray" Babbitt in "Rain Man."
5. Ratso Rizzo in Midnight Cowboy
6. Stanley Motss, Wag the Dog
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8. Captain Hook, Hook
9. Ted Kramer, Kramer vs. Kramer
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4. Raymond "Ray" Babbitt in "Rain Man."
5. Ratso Rizzo in Midnight Cowboy
6. Stanley Motss, Wag the Dog
7. Lenny Bruce, Lenny
8. Captain Hook, Hook
9. Ted Kramer, Kramer vs. Kramer
10. Louis Dega, Papillon

Spoiler alert, I guess. It's one of the final scenes of the movie. But come on, Papillon came out in 1973. If you haven't watched it yet, you probably weren't going to.

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4. Raymond "Ray" Babbitt in "Rain Man."
5. Ratso Rizzo in Midnight Cowboy
6. Stanley Motss, Wag the Dog
7. Lenny Bruce, Lenny
8. Captain Hook, Hook
9. Ted Kramer, Kramer vs. Kramer
10. Louis Dega, Papillon
11. Col. Sam Daniels, Outbreak

Too often overlooked - a taut biomedical thriller, and he's very good in it, I thought: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outbreak_(film)
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1. Carl Bernstein, All the President's Men
2. Benjamin Braddock, The Graduate
3. Michael Dorsey as Dorothy Michaels as Edward Kimberly as Emily Kimberly, Tootsie
4. Raymond "Ray" Babbitt in "Rain Man."
5. Ratso Rizzo in Midnight Cowboy
6. Stanley Motss, Wag the Dog
7. Lenny Bruce, Lenny
8. Captain Hook, Hook
9. Ted Kramer, Kramer vs. Kramer
10. Louis Dega, Papillon
11. Col. Sam Daniels, Outbreak
12. Master Shifu, Kung Fu Panda

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4. Raymond "Ray" Babbitt in "Rain Man."
5. Ratso Rizzo in Midnight Cowboy
6. Stanley Motss, Wag the Dog
7. Lenny Bruce, Lenny
8. Captain Hook, Hook
9. Ted Kramer, Kramer vs. Kramer
10. Louis Dega, Papillon
11. Col. Sam Daniels, Outbreak
12. Master Shifu, Kung Fu Panda
13. Jack Crabb, Little Big Man

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