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This is the Jubilee quiz, and you'll see we have a mixed bag of questions, all in some way vaguely Golden Jubilee related. There's royal questions, gold questions, and questions about 1952.
Good luck!



Who became Queen at the youngest age?
Elizabeth I.
Mary II.
Victoria.
Elizabeth II.


Queen Elizabeth II enrolled as a Girl Guide when she was eleven.
True.
False
Maybe.


What is the chemical symbol for gold?
Ag.
Gd.
Au.
Kr.


Roughly how many organisations is Queen Elizabeth II patron or president of?
400.
550.
700.
850.


What was the world population in 1952?
1.783 billion.
2.122 billion
2.635 billion.
3.225 billion.


How many grandchildren does Queen Elizabeth II have?
4.
5.
6.
7.


How many countries are there in the British Commonwealth?
9.
14.
27.
54.


Which King's proclaimation of the adoption of "Windsor" as the British Royal Family's official name brought the House of Windsor into being in 1917?
Edward VII.
Edward VIII.
George V.
George VI.


The Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle is second in precedence to which other British Order of Chivalry?
The Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George?.
The Most Illustrious Order of St. Patrick.
The Most Noble Order of The Garter.
The Most Honourable Order of The Bath.


What was the date of Queen Elizabeth's coronation?
6th February 1952.
3nd June 1952.
23rd April 1953.
2nd June 1953.


Approximately how much would a one foot cube made of pure gold weigh?
50 Pounds.
Quarter of a ton.
Half a ton.
A ton.


In which country was the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip born?
Scotland.
Denmark.
Burma.
Greece.


Where were the Olympic games of 1952 held?
London, UK.
Paris, France.
Tokyo, Japan.
Helsinki, Finland.


Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip both have Queen Victoria as a great-great-grandmother.
True.
False.
Maybe.


In 1952, Jack Cobb died trying to set a water speed record. Where?
Lake Superior, USA.
Lake Windermere, England.
Coniston Water, England.
Loch Ness, Scotland.


The Queen was chrsitened.....?
Elizabeth Alexandra Mary.
Elizabeth Mary Victoria.
Elizabeth Victoria Mary.
Elizabeth Mary Louisa.


What percentage of 14 karat gold is pure gold?
14%.
41.7%.
58.3%.
75%.


What is the Roman numeral for fifty?
D
C
V
L


Mount Everest was first conquered in the year Elizabeth became Queen.
True.
False.
Maybe.


Who lost the U.S. Presidential election in 1952?
Alfred Landon.
Thomas Dewey.
Richard Nixon.
Adlai Stevenson.




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