Trivia question ......

Discussion in 'Barracks' started by liverpool annie, Dec 28, 2008.

  1. Kitty

    Kitty New Member

    Oh right, the national flower of. OK

    France - Fleur de Lis
    United States -
    England - Rose
    Scotland - Thistle?
    Portugal -
    Canada -
    Australia -
    Belgium -
    Japan - Lotus?
    Cuba - Tobacco :D
    Ireland - Shamrock?

    You know, i have no idea
  2. forester

    forester New Member

  3. liverpool annie

    liverpool annie New Member

    Well it might be now Phil :rolleyes: .... but it wasn't in WW1 !!

    You only get half a point for that !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
  4. forester

    forester New Member

    I could protest about a vaguely worded question, but I won't. :p

    France: Fleur de Lis
    United States: Golden-Rod
    England: Rose
    Scotland: Thistle
    Portugal: Daffodil
    Canada:Maple Leaf
    Australia: Golden Wattle (Acacia)
    Belgium: Forget-Me-Not
    Japan: Chrysanthemum
    Cuba: Jasmine
    Ireland: Can't get that one :D

    A Vintage Jewel of a question
  5. liverpool annie

    liverpool annie New Member

    A Vintage Jewel indeed !!!!!!!! :D:D ..... your turn to ask now !!!!!

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  6. forester

    forester New Member

    A bit of a long wait, I'm afraid, but..........

    Where would you find a replica of a British national monument replicated as a WW1 Memorial?
  7. liverpool annie

    liverpool annie New Member

    I thought for sure it had to be in Sussex ... but I've been sidetracked looking at the Pavillion in Brighton ...... :p

    I'll keep looking !! :D
  8. forester

    forester New Member

    There is a world beyond Sussex :D

    Used as a hospital for Indian soldiers, wasn't it?
  9. liverpool annie

    liverpool annie New Member

    Yes ! it was used as a base to care for wounded Indian troops serving with the British army in World War One ..... it was believed that the Indian-influenced architecture would provide a suitable place for their convalescence !

    Annie :)
  10. Kyt

    Kyt Άρης

  11. liverpool annie

    liverpool annie New Member

  12. liverpool annie

    liverpool annie New Member

    All I can think of is the Menin Gate is a "Triumphal Arch " ....... !! :)
  13. Dolphin

    Dolphin New Member

    Alas, the man didn't survive long enough to fly the Austin-Ball AFB 1, to which he contributed a umber of suggestions based on his experience. It was a good aeroplane, but by the time the prototype emerged the Sopwith Camel and SE 5a were already in full production and it wasn't considered worthwhile to introduce a third fighter type.

  14. spidge

    spidge Active Member

    Nieuport Memorial - Nelson's Column?
  15. scrimnet

    scrimnet New Member

    Oi oi oi!!

    Wrong question thread!

    Thats all to do with my Battle of the Dunes question!!:eek:

  16. spidge

    spidge Active Member

    Post: 65 said.........
    Post: 66 said.........
    I attempted an answer to that one!
  17. forester

    forester New Member

    Annie and Spidge, I'm afraid not. :p

    As you are obviously all struggling, the literary clue first: Thomas Hardy described the original in Tess of the D'Urbervilles as "A very Temple of the Winds".

    Phil :)
  18. liverpool annie

    liverpool annie New Member

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  19. forester

    forester New Member

    Stop sulking and taking it out on me and Scrimnet :D

    How about an anagram: THE GENES ON :cool:
  20. spidge

    spidge Active Member

    That referred to the Stone of Sacrifice at Stonehenge?

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