Thursday’s quiz

You’re invited to pose the questions.

Anyone who stumps everyone will win a virtual batch of Anzac biscuits.

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3 Responses to Thursday’s quiz

  1. J Bloggs says:

    1) By what name is the plant genus Myosotis better known?

    2) Which King adopted it as his symbol during his exile?

    3) Which American State has it as its national flower?

    4) Which organisation used it as an alternative to its better known symbol during the Nazi Regime?

    5) How many species are endemic to New Zealand?

  2. Teletext says:

    J Bloggs

    1. Forget-me-not

    2. Henry iV I think

    3. Alaska, they have it on their state flag

    4. Freemasons

    5. Around 40 I think

  3. Teletext says:

    Sorry again for the late post.

    1. In 1954 two men, both war veterans established an organisation known as ALS in some offices above a greengrocer’s shop at 130 Uxbridge Rd. in Shepherd’s Bush Green. What did ALS stand for

    2. Who were the two men?

    3. One of these men had produced a very famous product, which had actually commenced prior to the office being set up. What was this production and who were the other two people who worked in it and help make it the success that it was?

    4. In the following years, as ALS’ “staff” grew, it produced a number of products, two of which were successfully reproduced in the USA. What were these two productions?

    5. Late in 1963 one “staff” member of ALS was also responsible for the commencement of a production that is still going today. What is this production and who was the “staff” member?

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