It’s the Ides of March so we reckon it’s time for a quiz about great betrayals from history and fiction.
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The Midweek Quiz: Betrayals
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Julius Caesar was stabbed to death on the Ides of March by conspirators, including his friend Brutus. Where was he when it happened?
According to the Bible, what did Judas betray Jesus for?
In which country is the name Benedict Arnold a synonym for ‘traitor’?
Which friend did Robert Ford shoot in the back in 1883, earning him the sobriquet ‘The Coward Robert Ford’?
Anthony Blunt, Donald Maclean, Guy Burgess and Kim Philby passed secrets to the Soviet Union from 1930s to the 1950s. They were all recruited as spies when they were all…
In which Shakespeare play does the traitor Iago drive the plot?
The name of which fictional traitor is used as an insult in both the television series Spaced and Stranger Things?
Which traitor, who plotted against an English monarch, was allegedly drowned in a vat of wine?
The word quisling, meaning one who colludes with the enemy, derives from Vidkun Quisling, a Nazi collaborator and the wartime leader of what country?
And finally, who played Fredo Corleone, the brother who betrays Michael in The Godfather?