Quiz Questions for w/e 8th May

Another week over – another 10 questions to try.

[Q1.] Which 1957 Oscar winning movie is described by IMDB as “After settling his differences with a Japanese PoW camp commander, a British colonel co-operates to oversee his men’s construction of a railway bridge for their captors – while oblivious to a plan by the Allies to destroy it.”?


[Q2.] Thursday 7th May 2015 is general election day in the UK, how many constituencies make up the House of Commons?
a) 150 b) 500 c) 650 d) 700

[Q3.] Which 1988 song has the following chorus ?

<title included>, it’s got to be worth it, yeah
Too many people take second best
Well I won’t take anything less
It’s got to be, yeah, perfect


[Q4.] Which is the higher rank in the Australian Army; Major or Captain?

[Q5.] Punta de Tarifa is the southernmost point of mainland Europe – in which country?

[Q6.] What South American country has this flag?

[Q7.] The Greek sun god was Helios and the Roman sun god was Sol – what was the Egyptian sun god called?

[Q8.] The French declaration of the rights of man (in English) are Liberty, Equality and what ?

[Q9.] What is the bone most often broken in the human body?

[Q10.] On 8th May 1980 the World Health Organisation confirmed the eradication of which disease?


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