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CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - ANSWERS

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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

Postby lovemyparrot » 18 Nov 2013, 19:39

Done mine - good luck everyone !!!!! :clover: :clover:

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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

Postby PennyForthem » 24 Nov 2013, 13:01

Oh no, thought answers were due by tonight and I've missed it.
*stamps foot and cries*
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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

Postby Ballerina » 24 Nov 2013, 13:44

@Pennyforthem I also thought they were due tonight, just checked, but as I submitted mine days ago I am O.K. I'm sure if you bung them in now SD won;t mind, after all she hasn't posted the answers yet and with a bit of luck she will be too busy nursing a hangover from her mum's party to notice, :shock: :grin:

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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

Postby Silverdarling » 24 Nov 2013, 19:26

Love you too @Ballerina :razz:

Still time to answer the Round 2 questions - come in ...
@whatkatiedid
@justdee
@coffeetime
@Jemima
@AnneBZ
@Jem61
@Debs
@gillymary
@Moira145
@Lesley54

You have until tomorrow night (Monday) night ...
cake, biscuits, chocolate, fudge, tablet, shortbread, butter ...
(not forgetting salted caramel ... :-o)
but only 5 days a week :-) ;-)


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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

Postby gillymary » 24 Nov 2013, 19:29

Sorry where are they again

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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

Postby PennyForthem » 24 Nov 2013, 19:33

Doh, one week and we're like an unruly rabble!!

Link on first page @gillymary!!
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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

Postby Silverdarling » 24 Nov 2013, 19:39

(Copied from other thread)

Re: Need a few good vibes - and taking a 2 week 'sabbatical'
by Silverdarling » 24 Nov 2013, 18:34

Decided to take two weeks away from the forum, while things get sorted at work. I know roughly what will probably occur in the next 2 weeks, and want to give myself some thinking time, and be ready for it. Life has come at me pell-mell the past couple of weeks, and I need a bit of downtime.

Crimble quiz still ongoing, and I will put up the next two rounds, to keep you going :razz: may get the chance to put up answers but may not, it depends what happens at work tomorrow. But the suspense will do you good and I promise to pick things up in a couple of weeks, once things have calmed down.

Hasta la vista!
cake, biscuits, chocolate, fudge, tablet, shortbread, butter ...
(not forgetting salted caramel ... :-o)
but only 5 days a week :-) ;-)


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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

Postby coffeetime » 24 Nov 2013, 19:43

Sorry @Silverdarling, I'm going to miss out on round 2.
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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

Postby AnnieW » 24 Nov 2013, 20:40

Good luck for tomorrow

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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

Postby Debs » 24 Nov 2013, 22:44

Damn it, got so het up going over to Perth, completely forgot about it! Onto it today!
Honest guv!
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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - the answers!

Postby Silverdarling » 25 Nov 2013, 23:34

What did mechanical engineer Louis Reard design in 1946, naming it after an island in the South Pacific?
The bikini, named after Bikini Atoll, where nuclear testing began on 1 July 1946

What happened on the ‘date which will live in infamy’?
bombing of Pearl Harbour, 7 December 1941

‘Mrs Miniver’ won Best Picture, Best Actress award, and Best Director award at the Oscars in 1942. Who was the director?
William Wyler

Kamikaze was the name given to the Japanese pilots who launched suicide attacks against US vessels in WWII. But what does it mean?
Divine wind

In 1947 a French designer launched a collection that heralded a move away from wartime austerity. Who was the designer?
Christian Dior

The European Recovery Program was its official name – but what was its more commonly known name?
The Marshall Plan

Vera Lynn was known as ‘The Forces Sweetheart’ during WWII, however there was another well-known singer who toured and sang for the troops, but did not have Churchill’s support – who was she?
Gracie Fields

The Germans designed an early version of the cruise missile, used to bomb London and SE England from the summer of 1944. What was its popular name?
buzz bomb, doodlebug

Hitler’s mistress married him in the Berlin bunker, shortly before their suicides in 1945 – what was her name?
Eva Braun

The Germans developed a way of swift attack they called ‘lightning war’ – what is the (full) German word for this?
Blitzkrieg
cake, biscuits, chocolate, fudge, tablet, shortbread, butter ...
(not forgetting salted caramel ... :-o)
but only 5 days a week :-) ;-)


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Update 25 Jan :: just under 9st 8lb :-D :-D :-D

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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s

Postby Debs » 25 Nov 2013, 23:42

Oh no, Gracie Fields!! I took Churchill didn't like her too literally!!!!!

How did the big 'do' go?!
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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s

Postby Lil » 25 Nov 2013, 23:47

Looks like 5 for me again. At least I am consistent :smile:
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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - ANSWERS

Postby Silverdarling » 25 Nov 2013, 23:48

Good - but quite stressful! :cool: :shock:
cake, biscuits, chocolate, fudge, tablet, shortbread, butter ...
(not forgetting salted caramel ... :-o)
but only 5 days a week :-) ;-)


Member of P-JK's 'Not-a-Challenge' Maintaneers' Challenge!
No numbers! No targets! No stress!

Update 25 Jan :: just under 9st 8lb :-D :-D :-D

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Re: CRIMBLE QUIZ ROUND 2 - 1940s - ANSWERS

Postby Silverdarling » 26 Nov 2013, 00:00

And here are the scores on the doors ...

5:2 Crimble Quiz Members

(Rounds) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Total
1. Whatkatiedid.
2. Ballerina. 9 9 18
3. Betsysgr8. 3 3 6
4. Carorees. 6 5 11
5. Justdee. 4 4
6. Lovemyparrot. 7 7 14
7. AnnieW. 10. 9 19
8. Garnet25. 9 9 18
9. Merlin. 7 5 12
10. Callyanna. 7 6 13
11. Lil. 5 5 10
12. PennyForthem. 8 6 14
13. Coffeetime. 2
14. Rawkaren. 11 4 15
15. Chris P. 6 3 9
16. Jemima. 6 5.5 11.5
17. AnneBZ.
18. Nicky_94. 4 6 10
19. AnnieD. 8 6 14
20. Jem61. 5 8 13
21. Suchard007. 8. 7 15
22. Debs. 9 9 18
23. Manderley. 7 7 14
24. Gillymary. 4. 2. 6
25. Moira145. 5
26. Lesley54. 2
27. Lizzieh. 5. 5. 10
28. Suela57 10. 9. 19
29. Chingola. 8. 5. 13
30. Creaky Pete. 7
31. Simon Egan. 9
cake, biscuits, chocolate, fudge, tablet, shortbread, butter ...
(not forgetting salted caramel ... :-o)
but only 5 days a week :-) ;-)


Member of P-JK's 'Not-a-Challenge' Maintaneers' Challenge!
No numbers! No targets! No stress!

Update 25 Jan :: just under 9st 8lb :-D :-D :-D

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