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Victor Hope, 2nd Marquess of Linlithgow: Quiz


Question 1: Disputes between the British administration and Congress ultimately led to massive Indian civil disobedience in the ________ in 1942.
Quit India MovementSardar Vallabhbhai PatelIndian independence movementMohandas Karamchand Gandhi

Question 2: Linlithgow served as an officer on the Western Front during the First World War, ending the war with the rank of ________.
Second LieutenantColonelCaptain (land)Lieutenant Colonel

Question 3: A sincere Presbyterian, he served as Lord High Commissioner to the ________ in 1944 and 1945.
History of ScotlandChurch of ScotlandScottish ReformationScottish Episcopal Church

Question 4: 17 June 1920), the mother of Lucinda Green, a famous ________.
HorseArabian horseEquestrianismHorse show

Question 5: He was educated at ________ and on 29 February 1908 succeeded his father as 2nd Marquess of Linlithgow.
Sunningdale SchoolEton CollegeWellington College, BerkshireLambrook

Question 6: Hope was born at Hopetoun House, South Queensferry, Linlithgowshire, ________, on 24 September 1887.
EnglandUnited KingdomWalesScotland

Question 7: In the late 1920s he was Chairman of the Royal Commission on Agriculture in ________ and in the 1930s of the select committee on Indian constitutional reform.
Lok SabhaResearch and Analysis WingIndia and the Non-Aligned MovementIndia

Question 8: He served as chairman of the Medical Research Council and of the governing body of the ________.
City University LondonBrunel UniversityImperial College LondonKingston University

Question 9: Linlithgow suppressed the disturbances and arrested the Congress leadersHe is partly blamed for the ________.
Bengal famine of 1943Allied leaders of World War IIIndia in World War IIParticipants in World War II

Question 10: He was mentioned in dispatches and appointed an Officer of the ________.
Order of St Michael and St GeorgeOrder of the BathOrders, decorations, and medals of the United KingdomOrder of the British Empire


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