Daily Quiz #2067
The Nazi Party had which of these people as one of its stars?
Which of these has had a distinct National Olympic Committee since 1950 and competed at the Olympic Games from 1952, although it has been only a colony and a "region", but never a nation?
Seoul in South Korea is closer to which of these?
What name was given by Rudyard Kipling in one of his stories to a mongoose?
What English folk singer, songwriter, and musician whose primary musical instruments are the violin, the tenor guitar, the banjo and the viola, was brought up in the village of Buckland Monachorum, near Yelverton, Devon, produced 4 solo studio albums ("The Punch Bowl", "Kitty Jay", "Freedom Fields" & "Poor Man’s Heaven") between 2002 and 2008, and in February 2007 won Singer of the Year and Best Album awards at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards?
From which country is it currently thought that we get chicken tikka masala?
What does anosmia indicate?