1. Mrs. Miniver's.
Its closing lines are part of a sermon delivered in the bombed-out
ruins of a church by its vicar, who explains that the war is
"not only a war of soldiers in uniform; it is a war of
the people, of all the people" to free themselves from
"the tyranny and terror that threaten to strike us down."
2. It's the art of
writing hidden messages, usually inside o ther seemingly harmless
3. In Rudyard Kipling's
1892 poem "Gentlemen-Rankers," about British soldiers
who had lost their way and were "damed from here to eternity.".
4. He tried liquid
cornstarch first, and then Jell-O.
5. Germany and Austria.
To conserve fuel during World War I, they moved their clocks
ahead an hour on April 30, 1916, with other countries soon following