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Question 1: Comparable organizations in the English-speaking world are the Boys' Brigade and the non-militaristic ________; however, they never matched the development and growth of Scouting.
Kibbo KiftThe Woodcraft FolkEnglandNational Council for Voluntary Youth Services

Question 2: Examples of this include the "Order of the Straight Arrow", portrayed in the King of the Hill cartoon series, and the "Indian Guides" depicted in the ________ Chevy Chase film, Man of the House.
1996199319971995

Question 3: She stepped down as president of the Girl Guides in 1920 in favor of Robert's wife ________, who was named Chief Guide (for England) in 1918 and World Chief Guide in 1930.
Pax HillOlave Baden-PowellRobert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-PowellScouting

Question 4: The works of painters ________, Pierre Joubert and Joseph Csatari and the 1966 film Follow Me, Boys! are prime examples of this idealized American ethos.
Lyndon B. JohnsonNorman RockwellFour Freedoms (Norman Rockwell)Franklin D. Roosevelt

Question 5: In South Africa during the ________, Baden-Powell was besieged in the small town of Mafeking by a much larger Boer army (the Siege of Mafeking).
Jan SmutsSanna's PostSouth African Wars (1879–1915)Second Boer War

Question 6: The development of the training was delayed by ________, so the first Wood Badge course was not held until 1919.
World War IWestern Front (World War I)Armenian GenocideCaucasus Campaign

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Question 8: In some countries like ________, Slovenia and Spain there are separate associations of Scouts (members of WOSM) and guides (members of WAGGGS), both admitting boys and girls.
GermanyPolandPortugalGreece

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  The R. Tait McKenzie sculpture Ideal Scout depicts a Scout in proper uniform
  Scouts and Guides from several different countries meet at World Scout Moot in Sweden, 1996
  Girl Guiding/Scouting pioneer Olave Baden-Powell

Question 10:
Where does Scouting come from?
Worldwide
Scotland
Romania
Czech Republic
















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