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Question 1: [18] He had a fondness for a dramatic use of ________, with images composed to show soldiers walking along a ridge against the light.
CrinolineEponymSilhouetteFashion

Question 2: Born on 23 February 1878,[1] he grew up near Windsor, Berkshire and later claimed that one of his first jobs was to look after a mule given to ________ by Lord Kitchener.
Victoria of the United KingdomGeorge V of the United KingdomEdward VII of the United KingdomElizabeth II of the United Kingdom

Question 3: [8] The same year, he was awarded the French ________.
Croix de guerreVichy FranceFrench ResistanceCharles de Gaulle

Question 4: Ernest Brooks (23 February 1878 – ?) was a British photographer, best known for his pictures from the ________, several of which have become iconic.
World War IWestern Front (World War I)Armenian GenocideCaucasus Campaign

Question 5: [2] He worked as a professional photographer for the ________,[3] and for the Royal Family.
Daily MirrorDaily MailThe GuardianPiers Morgan

Question 6: [5] In March 1916, he was transferred from the Admiralty to the ________, given the honorary rank of second lieutenant and appointed the official photographer for the Western Front.
Winston ChurchillWar OfficeArmy Council (1904)British Army

Question 7: After the outbreak of the First World War he served in the ________, enlisting on 25 January 1915.
Royal NavyFleet Air ArmRoyal Naval ReserveNaval Service

Question 8: [1] When the ________ were being prepared, Winston Churchill, who had himself been a war correspondent, arranged for there to be journalists and photographers accompanying the expeditionary force.
World War IWestern Front (World War I)Sinai and Palestine CampaignGallipoli Campaign







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