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quizballs 47 - free general knowledge quiz questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- The river Han flows through which capital city?
- Who was the president of Yugoslavia, 1953-80?
- James Mason played Sir Randolph Nettleby which 1984 film?
- The St Leger is run at which English racecourse?
- Which popular Welsh entertainer wrote the First World War song Keep the Home Fires Burning?
- What is the largest island in the Mediterranean?
- Yellowstone National Park is in which US state?
- Who became the chairman of Watford Football Club in 1977?
- Jenards Likely Lad of Lardhams was better known as which famous animal?
- What is the fourth book of the Bible's Old Testament?
- Who played Elliot Ness in the 1987 film The Untouchables?
- What did a cordwainer make?
- What number of equal size circles (or coins) fit exactly around another of the same size so that all are touching?
- The Merciless Parliament convicted of treason the entire court of which British monarch?
- A Pearmain is what type of fruit?
- Which British boxer and past world middleweight champion committed suicide in his flat in Leamington Spa in 1966?
- Who was the last King of Iraq?
- Where was the first British Grand Prix motor race held?
- What was Lily Munster's maiden name?
- What is the main ingredient of the dish Borscht?
- What is the US state capital of Virginia?
- A salpingectomy is the surgical removal of which part of the body?
- What does private health insurance BUPA stand for?
- What is the generally accepted collective term for a group of starlings?
- In which year was the Channel Tunnel (between England and France) opened?
- What was the name of Napoleon's horse at Waterloo?
- A 2007 film celebrated the 50th anniversary of which typeface?
- If something is bicephalous it has two what?
- Which famous fashion emporium was started by Barbara Hulanicki in London in 1964?
- Who wrote the ballet The Firebird?
quizballs 47 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes