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HMS Caroline (1914): Quiz


Question 1: She is the last remaining British World War I light cruiser in service, and the last survivor of the ________ still afloat.
Night action at the Battle of JutlandNaval warfare of World War IHistory of the United Kingdom during World War IBattle of Jutland

Question 2: Entrance can be gained every year during Titanic celebrations, on application to the ________ tourist office.
Belfast City CouncilAntrim Borough CouncilNewtownabbey Borough CouncilNorthern Ireland

Question 3: Several years ago, she tore out her moorings after being buffeted by a manoeuvring ________ ferry, and left her quay before some auxiliary moorings arrested her bid for freedom.
TrolleybusCommuter railTramHydrofoil

Question 4: Her Parsons steam turbines are the last surviving examples of the kind introduced after the notable event of Parson's Turbinia cutting up the fleet at the ________ in 1897.
Fleet ReviewRoyal NavyHMS Jupiter (F60)HMS Galatea (F18)

Question 5: She served in the ________ throughout the First World War.
English ChannelAtlantic OceanBaltic SeaNorth Sea

Question 6: There were ________ pistol and Hedgehog repair workshops associated with HMS Caroline some of which would have been on the quays beside her berth in Milewater Basin.
TorpedoDepth chargeNaval mineAnti-submarine weapon

Question 7: HMS Caroline was built by Cammell Laird of ________.
BirkenheadSt Helens, MerseysideLiverpoolWirral Peninsula

Question 8: HMS Caroline is a C-class light cruiser of the British ________ (RN).
HMS Ark Royal (R07)Royal NavyHMS Ocean (L12)HMS Illustrious (R06)

Question 9: She acts as a static headquarters and training ship for the Royal Naval Reserve (RNR), based in Alexandra Dock, ________, Northern Ireland.

Question 10: When she is decommissioned, Caroline may remain in Belfast as a ________.
USS Texas (BB-35)BattleshipMuseum shipCorvette


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