Easier General Knowledge 44

Published: Saturday 25th February 2017
  1. In which month and year did the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbour?
  2. Which was the first man-made metal?
  3. With which band did Joe Walsh find fame?
  4. Which building now stands on the site of the original New York Waldorf Hotel?
  5. What nationality was former UN General Secretary Ban-Ki Moon?
  6. In which country could you watch rugby union at Ellis Park?
  7. What does the French phrase "Mardi Gras" literally mean?
  8. On which continent would you find the Appalachian Mountains?
  9. Which of the Beatles was the first to be widowed?
  10. Which is the largest seaport in Morocco?
  11. Who is the patron Saint of children?
  12. In the mobile phone market what does 3G stand for?
  13. Which Australian actor starred in "Australia", "Les Miserables" and "X-Men"?
  14. What name was Walt Disney originally going to give Mickey Mouse?
  15. In which African country would you find the Serengeti National Park?
  16. What was the original use of the leaning tower of Pisa?
  17. Which element is represented by the symbol Co?
  18. By what name is Hansen's Disease more commonly known?
  19. What is the second largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily?
  20. Who wrote stories featuring the detective Hercule Poirot?
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3 Comments

  1. Patrick says:

    Question 2 copper ; bronze, the first alloy of copper and tin was a good bit later. Check out Otzi’s axe

  2. Kevin says:

    Copper is a natural element, not an alloy ergo not man-made. ‘The Bronze Age’ is a big clue!!

  3. Patrick says:

    You don’t get any points for that. The “copper age” is a bigger clue.

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