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General Knowledge Quiz for 14 July 2018

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1

Winston Churchill started his first term as British Prime Minister during which event?

A
American War of Independence
B
Boer War I
C
The Indian Mutiny
D
World War II
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2

What was the Russian Osip Mandelstam known for?

A
As a discus world champion
B
Theoretical physics
C
Chess strategy
D
Poetry and essays
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3

The Dakar Rally, formerly known as "The Paris-Dakar", an annual off-road automobile race that began in 1978, has usually been held from Paris, France to Dakar, Senegal. Due to political instability in Africa, the 2009 rally was run where?

A
Madagascar
B
Kenya and Tanzania
C
Argentina and Chile
D
Czechoslovakia and Hungary
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4

The national flag of which of these does not have a building on it?

A
Afghanistan
B
Gibraltar
C
Cambodia
D
Republic of Ireland
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5

Which of these was an Austrian composer who, though he died at the age of 31, wrote around 600 Lieder, nine symphonies, liturgical music, operas and a large body of chamber and solo piano music?

A
Frank Zappa
B
Franz Liszt
C
Franz Ferdinand
D
Franz Schubert
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6

Which of these is a personification of Death?

A
The Grimy Peeper
B
George Roper
C
The Grinning Reasoner
D
The Grim Reaper
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7

What colour is a squid's blood when oxygenated?

A
Blue
B
Bright green
C
Bright red
D
Colourless
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