Edward Grey, 1st Viscount Grey of Fallodon: Quiz

Question 1: Grey went up to ________ in 1880 to read Greats.
Oriel College, OxfordSt Hugh's College, OxfordSt Edmund Hall, OxfordBalliol College, Oxford

Question 2: Thus when Germany declared war on France (3 August) and broke the treaty by invading ________ (4 August), the British Cabinet voted almost unanimously to declare war on August 4, 1914.
DenmarkUnited KingdomBelgiumSpain

Question 3: Grey subsequently became even more idle using his time to become university champion at ________.
Jeu de paumeReal tennisUnited KingdomEngland

Question 4: Following the declaration of ________ Grey found that British foreign policy was constrained by mainly military events that were outside his control.
World War IWestern Front (World War I)Armenian GenocideCaucasus Campaign

Question 5: The post eventually went to ________, and Grey continuted as Foreign Secretary.
H. H. AsquithRobert PeelJames CallaghanWinston Churchill

Question 6: Grey was a life-long ________ publishing a book on his exploits in 1899.
AquacultureFishingFishermanFishing industry

Question 7: Works by Edward Grey, 1st Viscount Grey of Fallodon at ________
Google BooksProject GutenbergProject Gutenberg AustraliaAmazon Kindle

Question 8: His attempts to mediate the dispute between ________ and Serbia by a "Stop in Belgrade" came to nothing, owing to the tepid German response.
Austria–HungaryOttoman EmpireHoly Roman EmpireGerman Empire

Question 9: Apparently an indolent student he was tutored by ________ during the vacations and managed a second in Mods.
Nicholas Ridley (martyr)William LaudFrederick TempleMandell Creighton

Question 10: Returning to Oxford in the autumn of 1883, Grey switched to studying ________ in the belief that it would be an easier option but by January 1884 he had been sent down but allowed to return to sit his finals.
Political philosophyImmanuel KantJurisprudenceJohn Rawls

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