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Remembrance Day

Learn about Remembrance Day and World War I with this quiz.

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Learn about Remembrance Day and World War I with this quiz.

1. Remembrance Sunday is observed on the second Sunday of what month?

  • November.
  • August.
  • December.
  • May.

2. Representatives of the Crown, the armed forces, and local civic leaders among other organizations lay wreaths of what flower on Remembrance day?

  • Rose.
  • Aster.
  • Poppy.
  • Carnation.

3. Who is the first person to lay a wreath during the National Commencement service?

  • Prime minister.
  • Archbishop of Cantebury.
  • Queen mother.
  • Monarch.

4. The start and end of the traditional silence is often marked by the firing of what weapon during ceremonies?

  • Rifle.
  • Cannon.
  • Hand-gun.
  • Airsoft gun.

5. At what time of day is the moment of silence for veterans observed?

  • 11:00.
  • 13:00.
  • 9:00.
  • 16:00.

6. At what building in central London, which was once the main palace of the British Monarch, is the National commemoration held?

  • Parliament.
  • War Cabinet Museum.
  • Westminster Abbey.
  • Whitehall.

7. The National Commencement service, with a choir from the Chapel Royal, is conducted by what person in the Church of England?

  • Monarch.
  • Bishop of London.
  • Archbishop of York.
  • Cardinal.

8. Conflict veterans from several wars march in the parade of veterans. Which of the following wars in not represented in the parade?

  • The American Revolution.
  • WWI.
  • Kosovo.
  • WWII.

9. Members of the Royal family and the public sing what song after the main service?

  • "The Last Post".
  • "The Rouse".
  • "Death March".
  • National Anthem.

10. The Royal family assemble to the right of the Cenotaph monument and wait for what famous clock to strike 11:00?

  • Westminster Abbey.
  • Big Ben.
  • Old Faithful.
  • St. Pauls.

1. Remembrance Sunday is observed on the second Sunday of what month?
November.

2. Representatives of the Crown, the armed forces, and local civic leaders among other organizations lay wreaths of what flower on Remembrance day?
Poppy.

3. Who is the first person to lay a wreath during the National Commencement service?
Monarch.

4. The start and end of the traditional silence is often marked by the firing of what weapon during ceremonies?
Cannon.

5. At what time of day is the moment of silence for veterans observed?
11:00.

6. At what building in central London, which was once the main palace of the British Monarch, is the National commemoration held?
Whitehall.

7. The National Commencement service, with a choir from the Chapel Royal, is conducted by what person in the Church of England?
Bishop of London.

8. Conflict veterans from several wars march in the parade of veterans. Which of the following wars in not represented in the parade?
The American Revolution.

9. Members of the Royal family and the public sing what song after the main service?
National Anthem.

10. The Royal family assemble to the right of the Cenotaph monument and wait for what famous clock to strike 11:00?
Big Ben.

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