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My Father, My Hero
"I got the idea for this quiz from ykroy's quiz "Life and Times of My Father". My father was both my hero and a real hero, having been a POW in WWII. Thanks also to my sister, tidepridega, for her help. This quiz is a tribute to an exceptional man."
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My father was shot down over Germany while serving as a tail gunner in a plane of the same type as the famous Memphis Belle. What was this airplane?
B17 Flying Fortress
My father was born in which small Northeast Georgia town, noted for its well-known falls; a WWII paratrooper training base; and as the home of Paul Anderson, an Olympic gold medalist known as "the world's strongest man"?
After his capture, my father was imprisoned at which German prison camp, one that gained notoriety for its inhumane conditions and was the basis for the movie named after the camp?
Dad served for many years after his retirement as the Judge Advocate of which organization, whose membership is open to all American former POWs in any conflict?
POWs of WWII
After the War and marriage to my Mom, Dad was a salesman -- and an excellent one -- until his retirement, finally, in his 70s. Much of this time, he was a Branch Manager for this national manufacturer of heavy equipment, distinguished by the bright yellow color of its equipment. What is its name?
We lived in this Alabama city through my high school years, which is famous for the Crimson Tide and its celebrated coach, Paul "Bear" Bryant. Which Alabama city is this?
Dad excelled in this "gentlemen's sport", playing every weekend until he retired and nearly every day thereafter until "Arthur" (arthritis) in his shoulder became too bad to allow him to continue. He ended each game day in the Nineteenth Hole. What was Dad's favorite sporting pastime?
Mom and Dad were faithful members of this religious denomination, the most prominent Protestant denomination in the South, where Dad taught a men's Sunday School Class for many, many years, continuing until his final illness. What denomination am I talking about?
Dad belonged to this fraternity based on the Masonic principles of "brotherly love, relief and truth". What is the name of this organization?
The Masonic Lodge
The Knights Templar
Always a ham, Dad starred in this play while a student at Piedmont College, about the real-life romance between Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Robert Browning. What is the name of this play?
Desire Under the Elms
A Touch of the Poet
The Barretts of Wimpole Street
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