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General Knowledge Quiz for 9 February 2021

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1

Who was British prime minister at the start of World War I?

A
Herbert Asquith
B
Andrew Bonar Law
C
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman
D
David Lloyd George
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2

The 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich became internationally memorable for what?

A
A boycott by 29 countries, mostly African
B
A terrorist attack
C
It was the first Games which exclusively used electronic timekeeping equipment
D
A boycott by 63 countries because of the Soviet–Afghan War
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3

Which Indonesian volcano erupted in October / November 2010, forcing 70,000 people from their homes?

A
The Soufriere Hills volcano
B
Krakatoa
C
Mount St Helens
D
Mount Merapi
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4

Product, divisor, differential and quotient are terms in operations in what branch of science?

A
Marine biology
B
Botany
C
Mathematics
D
Astronomy
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5

Which of these is a stage musical based on the 1931 play "Green Grow the Lilacs" by Lynn Riggs?

A
The Sound of Music
B
Oklahoma!
C
Fiddler on the Roof
D
Showboat
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6

All these companies market a brand of watch. Which of them is currently based outside Switzerland?

A
Rolex
B
Fossil
C
Chopard
D
Raymond Weil
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7

Where did the Phnom Penh stampede occur, on 22 November 2010 when 378 people died and upwards of 755 more were injured?

A
In a motorway underpass
B
On a bridge
C
At a rock concert
D
In a stadium
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