Daily Quiz #1230
The RMS "Lancastria" was the subject of the worst single loss of life in British maritime history and the bloodiest single engagement for UK forces in World War II; she was sunk by German bombers on 17 June 1940 when taking part in an operation to evacuate 150,000 troops from where?
In the nursery rhyme "sing a song of sixpence", what kind of bird plucked off a nose?
Which mountain range stretches from Austria and Slovenia in the east, through Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Germany to France in the west?
As of April 2010, who was the wealthiest person in the world?
The computer game "Star Wars: Rogue Squadron", released in December 1998, in which the player controls Luke Skywalker as commander of an elite group of X-wing pilots, is set mainly between which two "Star Wars" films?
Churning cream turns it into what?
Which rock band's first drummer, Stumpy Pepys, was killed in an obscure gardening accident, their second, Eric Stumpy Joe Childs, died by choking on vomit, and their third died from spontaneous combustion during a concert?