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General Knowledge Quiz for 14 June 2017

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1

The "Saucy Jacky" postcard, received by Scotland Yard in 1888, was claimed to have been written by whom?

A
Jack the Ripper
B
Jackie Chan
C
Little Jack Horner
D
Jack Nicholson
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2

Which British music chart television programme was originally broadcast weekly from 1 January 1964 to 30 July 2006?

A
Six-Five Special
B
UK Top 40
C
Oh Boy!
D
Top of the Pops
Select from the options above.
3

If the numbers from 1 to 10 are multiplied by each other, what is the last number of the result?

A
0
B
5
C
1
D
8
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4

Which of these, one of the two most powerful battleships built by Germany in World War II, was destroyed while hiding near Tromsø on the Norwegian coast by RAF bombers?

A
Royal Oak
B
Bismarck
C
Graf Spee
D
Tirpitz
Select from the options above.
5

What equipment is essential to the international championship known as WindGames?

A
A wing suit
B
Flight suits, helmets, goggles, white gloves, elbow & knee pads and ear plugs
C
A course of narrow rock openings
D
An indoor vertical wind tunnel
Select from the options above.
6

Where is the Louvre?

A
Near the Moulin Rouge, Paris
B
Next to the palace at Versailles
C
On the right bank of the Seine, in Paris
D
In the Bois de Bologne, Paris
Select from the options above.
7

What metal instrument, 10 to 12 inches long, is used to unfasten knots and loosen rope strands for splicing?

A
Awl
B
Marlinspike
C
Hoe
D
Mainbrace
Select from the options above.
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