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General Knowledge Quiz for 3 October 2016

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1

In which city did General Jodl, the German Chief of Staff, sign the surrender document on 7 May 1945, ending World War II in Europe?

A
Rheims
B
Paris
C
Versailles
D
Berlin
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2

What is the name for an Australian Aboriginal spear-throwing device used to increase the power of a throw?

A
Woomera
B
Boomerang
C
Billabong
D
Coolibah
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3

St Vitus Cathedral is in which of these capital cities?

A
Brussels
B
Vilnius
C
Paris
D
Prague
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4

Which of these was a Dutch Post-Impressionist artist who did not begin his career as an artist until he was about 27 and committed suicide at the age of 37, yet produced more than 2,000 pieces, including around 900 paintings and 1,100 drawings and sketches, including portraits, landscapes, and sunflowers?

A
Van Morrison
B
Vincent van Gogh
C
Van Halen
D
Van Dyke Parks
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5

Which of these points of a horse are at the highest point when it is standing up?

A
Hock
B
Gaskin
C
Chestnut
D
Croup
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6

William Trubridge has set 19 world (AIDA) records, from 2007 to July 2016, in what sport?

A
Surfing
B
Freediving
C
Snorkelling
D
Hot air ballooning
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7

Which one of these scripts was not written or co-written by Harold Pinter?

A
An Officer And A Gentleman
B
The Dumb Waiter
C
Look Back In Anger
D
Victoria Station
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