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Question 1: George Canning, 1st Baron Garvagh (1778–1840), Diplomat and Fellow of the London Based Royal Society, nephew to British Prime minister ________(1770–1827)
John MajorHarold MacmillanGeorge CanningJames Callaghan

Question 2: A4 motoway, going from Paris to Strasbourg, towards ________
SarregueminesThionvilleSillegnyMetz

Question 3: Châlons is served by the ________ network with service to and from Paris Gare de l'Est.
ThalysBritish Rail Class 373EurostarTGV

Question 4: It is the capital of both the department of Marne and the region of Champagne-Ardenne, despite being only a quarter the size of the city of ________.
Ay, MarneChâlons-en-ChampagneReimsÉpernay

Question 5: Châlons is conjectured to be the site of the Catalaunian Fields in which the battle of Châlons, 451AD, turned back the westward advance of ________.
Flavius AetiusAttila the HunHunnic EmpireHuns

Question 6: It was created at the behest of ________ and opened August 30, 1857 during the Second French Empire.
Louis-Philippe I, King of the FrenchNapoleon III of FranceHouse of BonaparteNapoleon II of France

Question 7: David Blondel (1591–1655), ________ clergyman
ChristianityBaptistChristian denominationProtestantism

Question 8: Jacques Massu (1908–2002), Paratrooper ________
Military rankBrigadier GeneralGeneral officerSecond Lieutenant

Question 9: Etienne Oehmichen (1884–1955), ________, considered father of the helicopter
EngineerMechanical engineeringElectrical engineeringEngineering

Question 10: Additionally, Châlons is connected with the Champagne-TGV station, near Rheims, with high speed trains going to ________, Nantes, Rennes and Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Villeneuve d'AscqCambraiLilleValenciennes







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