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A Fairly Tricky 15 Question General Quiz 15 Questions.

 
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1

What was the first British top ten hit for 'Blondie'?

  • Denis
  • The Tide Is High
  • Call Me

2

'Alpha' & 'Snowcap' are types of which vegetable?

  • Cauliflower
  • Aubergine
  • Potato

3

In which German city was Composer 'Felix Mendelsshon' born?

  • Bonn
  • Hamburg
  • Dresden

4

Which 'Robert' discovered the law of elasticity that is now known by his name?

  • Boyle
  • Koch
  • Hooke

5

In which city did Harold MacMillan deliver his 'Wind of Change' speech?

  • New York
  • London
  • Cape Town

6

Canada was ceded to Britain by which 'Treaty' in 1763?

  • Treaty of Paris
  • Treaty of Versailles
  • Treaty of Rome

7

In 1929, Which author wrote 'All Quiet on the Western Front'?

  • Thomas Mann
  • Erich Remarque
  • Hermann Hesse

8

The Boys Brigade was founded in which British city on Thursday 4th October 1883?

  • Glasgow
  • Bristol
  • Portsmouth

9

On which U.S river does Cincinnati stand?

  • Ohio River
  • Red River
  • Columbia River

10

Which country has a top-selling newspaper called 'Esto'?

  • Cuba
  • Mexico
  • Spain

11

What are all the holes at The Augusta National Golf Course named after?

  • American Presidents
  • Trees/Shrubs
  • Former Golfers

12

Who was the chief conspirator in the 1605 'Gunpowder Plot'?

  • Guy Fawkes
  • Robert Cecil
  • Robert Catesby

13

Plywood was invented by the father of which other famous inventor?

  • Thomas Edison
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • Alfred Nobel

14

Which Greek lyric poet who lived from 518-438BC is remembered especially for his Odes?

  • Euripides
  • Pindar
  • Sophocles

15

In 1894, which golf club became the first club outside Scotland to host the British Open Championship?

  • Royal Birkdale
  • Royal Lytham & St Annes
  • Royal St George's

 

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