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Walter Guinness, 1st Baron Moyne: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: From the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939, Moyne sought the internment of ________, his former daughter-in-law, who had left his son Bryan in 1932.
John AmeryOswald MosleyDiana MitfordLady Cynthia Mosley

Question 2: During Brand's incarceration, both Brand and Moyne were interviewed by Ira Hirschmann, who had been appointed by Roosevelt as the World Refugee Board delegate in ________.
CyprusCroatiaTurkish peopleTurkey

Question 3: Guinness volunteered for service in the Second Boer War.He was wounded, was ________ and was awarded the Queen's South Africa Medal with four clasps.
Sacrifice MedalRoyal Victorian OrderMentioned in DespatchesVictoria Cross (Canada)

Question 4: Walter Guinness was born in ________, Ireland, the third son of the 1st Earl of Iveagh.
DublinStockholmAthensTallinn

Question 5: [18] The firm had been listed on the ________ in 1886 by his father.
Pound sterlingEnglandLondon Stock ExchangeUnited Kingdom

Question 6: His unit was the City of London Volunteers within the ________.
Scottish HorseImperial YeomanrySecond Boer WarGeorge Henri Anne-Marie Victor de Villebois-Mareuil

Question 7: [20] There he commissioned the Lion's Gate Bridge, then the longest bridge in the ________, which was opened by King George VI in 1938.
BarbadosNauruInformal EmpireBritish Empire

Question 8: Moyne's successor in Cairo, Sir ________, was opposed to partition.
Edward Grigg, 1st Baron AltrinchamWinston ChurchillDuff CooperStanley Baldwin

Question 9: [citation needed] Incongruously for people so opposed to the ________, while awaiting execution the two asked for (and were given) the poems of Kipling; most likely because of Recessional.
Informal EmpireBarbadosNauruBritish Empire

Question 10: Moyne was there on 29 September 1938 when the bad news came of Prime Minister ________'s capitulation to Hitler at Munich.
Winston ChurchillHarold MacmillanNeville ChamberlainStanley Baldwin
















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