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DAILY HOT TOPIC- Rememberance Day

A quiz about the members and civilians who fought in all the world wars and to recall the official end of World War II on that November 11th 1918. 10 Questions.

 
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1

Which of these names for Rememberance Day is NOT another official name for the day?

  • Armistice Day
  • Poppy Day
  • Remember Him Day

2

Which monarch specifically dedicated the day November 11th in 1918?

  • Elizabeth II
  • King George V
  • King George II

3

What was the name of the poem of which the symbol of the Poppy originated?

  • Red Red Land
  • Peace on Earth
  • In Flanders Fields

4

In which of these countries is Rememberance Day an actual Public Holiday?

  • United Kingdom
  • Canada
  • Australia

5

Its been said that some people may wear white poppies sometimes. What does this represent?

  • looking forward to peace and not back to sacrifice
  • for women and children involved in the war
  • represents life not death

6

Whereabouts in London does the national ceremony take place with the Queen laying a wreath?

  • Whitehall
  • Knightsbridge
  • Maida Vale

7

What instrument is 'The Last Post' usually played on at the ceremony?

  • Violin
  • Flute
  • Bugle

8

The poem 'For the Fallen' is usually read out at the ceremony, who wrote it?

  • Laurence Binyon
  • T S Eliot
  • Wilfred Owen

9

What is a true fact about the artificial poppy we wear?

  • You can't rip the red part
  • People should donate at least £2 for one
  • Designed so it can be assembled with one hand

10

The 2 minute silence at 11am was first proposed by a journalist Edward George Honey but where in the world was he from?

  • Vancouver, Canada
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • Scotland, UK

 

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