1. With whom did the Mitford children have little contact at Swinbrook?
(b) Their extended family.
(c) Their father.
(d) Each other.
2. Which of the following was in the Mitford home?
(a) A chapel.
(b) A swimming pool.
(c) A hospital room.
(d) A bowling alley.
3. What was the name of the language Unity and Jessica made up?
4. Whom did The Society of Hons fight against?
(a) The Horrible Counter-Hons.
(b) The Menacing Hon-Bunch.
(c) Hons of the World.
(d) We Are The Hons.
5. What was the name of the Mitford son?
6. What skill did one of the children's governesses teach them?
(a) Water polo.
7. Which political party did the Mitford family traditionally have an interest in?
(a) The Labor Party.
(b) The Liberal Democrats.
(c) The Conservative Party.
(d) The Communist Party.
8. What did the Mitford children call their mother?
(c) Her majesty.
(d) Mother 'M'.
9. What did the children call their father?
(b) His Majesty.
(d) Father 'M'.
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