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Question 1: The City of Monash, Monash Medical Centre (the location of his bust, which originally resided in former SECV town Yallourn), ________, Monash University and John Monash Science School are named after him.
Dandenong Valley HighwayRoute 40, MelbourneBurwood HighwayMonash Freeway

Question 2: He was one of the principal organisers of the annual observance of ________, and oversaw the planning for Melbourne's monumental war memorial, the Shrine of Remembrance.
New ZealandCanberraAnzac DayAustralia

Question 3: Roland Perry, Monash: The Outsider who Won A War, ________, 2004, ISBN 1-74051-364-9.
Random HouseDell PublishingPantheon BooksRTL Group

Question 4: [5] He took a leading part in his profession and became president of the Victorian Institute of Engineers and a member of the ________, London.
Robert StephensonInstitution of Mechanical EngineersInstitution of Civil EngineersJoshua Field (engineer)

Question 5: They misled Prime Minister ________ into believing that senior officers were opposed to Monash.
Billy HughesChris WatsonAndrew FisherJoseph Cook

Question 6: Monash later claimed to have met the bushranger ________ during his raid there in 1879.
Joe ByrneMelbourneNed KellyDan Kelly (bushranger)

Question 7: Later, Monash worked in prominent civilian positions, the most notable being head of the ________ (SECV) from October 1920.
Newport Power StationYallourn Power StationKiewa Hydroelectric SchemeState Electricity Commission of Victoria

Question 8: When the Australian Imperial Force was formed, he was sent as the commander of the 4th Infantry Brigade to ________.

Question 9: Sir ________'s 13th Brigade, and Harold Elliott's 15th Brigade, recaptured Villers-Bretonneux.
Thomas William GlasgowNeville HowseJohn MonashHenry George Chauvel

Question 10: He was educated at ________ under Alexander Morrison where he passed the matriculation examination when only 14 years of age, at 16 he was dux of the school.
Scotch College, MelbourneXavier CollegePresbyterian Ladies' College, MelbourneMelbourne Grammar School


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