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The citizens of which country were said to have the natural patience of a people to whom foreign invasion was only too familiar?
Which nation was described as "the showpiece of the Eastern Bloc?"
B: East Germany
Why was a British Embassy advising foreign nationals to gather at the InterContinental Hotel in 1997?
A: So they could cast their votes in an international film festival
B: So they could be interviewed by UK immigration officers
C: So that Marines could evacuate them across a river
Which was the polyglot country in which no language was incomprehensible?
A: United Kingdom
What efforts were made to cool the train passengers travelling to Allahabad in 1964?
A: They were fanned with palm leaves
B: They were seated close to blocks of ice in tin baths
C: They were able to enjoy state of the art air conditioning
In which war was it considered generally more useful to have efficient, rather than brave, soldiers?
A: World War II
B: The Vietnam War
C: The Four Day War
Which national leader was said to have made the springtime flower?
A: Jimmy Carter
B: Jawaharlal Nehru
C: Joseph Stalin
What threatened the phone connection between the Thai border and London?
A: Malayan insurgents
B: A sacred goat
C: A violent thunderstorm
What was the official reason for the non-appearance of the usual photo-montage of a president's activities on the television news?
A: Because the president was unwell
B: Because he was absent, touring in Europe
C: For technical reasons
What was the correspondent told about in a phone call on 4 July 1976?
A: The fall of the Berlin Wall
B: The raid on Entebbe
C: The moon landing