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Evacuations of civilians in Britain during World War II: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: In the movie ________ (1971), the evacuated children are taken in by a good witch-in-training.
The Jungle Book (1967 film)Mary Poppins (film)Bedknobs and BroomsticksThe Tigger Movie

Question 2: Evacuation of civilians in Britain during the Second World War was designed to save the population of urban or military areas in the United Kingdom from ________ and military targets such as docks.
Bombing of Berlin in World War IIAerial bombing of citiesStrategic bombing during World War IIBombing of Dresden in World War II

Question 3: Nina Bawden's novel, Carrie's War (1973), is about Carrie and Nick, who encounter different religions when they are evacuated to ________.
ScotlandWalesUnited KingdomEngland

Question 4: ________'s novel, A Tale of Time City (1987) begins with the main character, Vivian, being evacuated from London.
Witch WeekDiana Wynne JonesHowl's Moving CastleThe Game (novella)

Question 5: Michael Morpurgo's novel, Friend or Foe (1977), is about two evacuees who befriend the crew of a crashed German bomber hiding on ________.
IvybridgeDartmoorTavistock, DevonExmoor

Question 6: There were also official evacuations from the UK to other parts of the ________, and many non-official evacuations within and from the UK.
NauruBritish EmpireInformal EmpireBarbados

Question 7: By July, almost all of these men under seventy were held in military camps, mainly on the ________.
Republic of IrelandIsle of ManJerseyUnited Kingdom

Question 8: Many interned were refugees from ________.
Adolf HitlerNazi GermanyNazi PartySchutzstaffel

Question 9: It was made into a TV film starring ________ as Mr Tom.
Richard AttenboroughAdam FaithJohn ThawThames Television

Question 10: In ________'s novel, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950), the Pevensie children are evacuated from London to the stately manor that contains the wardrobe portal to Narnia.
The Screwtape LettersThe Great DivorceMere ChristianityC. S. Lewis
















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