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General Knowledge Quiz for 10 April 2022

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1

What is an umlaut?

A
2 dots over a letter
B
An inverted question mark, often under a "c"
C
A line that slopes up, left to right, often over an "e"
D
A line that slopes down, left to right, often over an "e"
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2

Who wrote the book "The Prince and the Pauper"?

A
Rudyard Kipling
B
Mark Twain
C
Charles Dickens
D
Hans Christian Anderson
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3

What is the title of Luxembourg's Head of State?

A
Emperor
B
Prince
C
King
D
Grand Duke
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4

Snowflake was the name of what albino animal that died in the Barcelona Zoo in 2003?

A
Giraffe
B
Zebra
C
Gorilla
D
Lion
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5

The first Academy Award winner to refuse to accept their Oscar was Dudley Nichols in 1935. Why did he refuse?

A
In protest at the film industry's discrimination and mistreatment of Native Americans
B
He thought that "The whole thing is a goddamn meat parade. I don't want any part of it."
C
Because of conflicts between the Academy and the Writer's Guild
D
He thought that "writing should not be competition"
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6

Who commanded the Roman army that invaded Britain in 55BC?

A
Eric The Red
B
Alexander The Great
C
Julius Caesar
D
Mark Anthony
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7

Where were the Olympic Games held at the turn of the 20th century, in 1900?

A
St Louis, Missouri, US
B
Athens, Greece
C
Paris, France
D
London, UK
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