#1. Henry Dunant was one of the first persons to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. True or false?
In 1901, Henry Dunant received the first Nobel Peace Prize together with Fredric Passy.
#2. The official symbol of the Red Cross is the inverse of the flag of which country?
#3. Who founded Red Cross?
Henri Dunant, was a Swiss humanitarian, businessman and social activist. He was the founder of the Red Cross.
#4. What is the emblem of Red Cross?
#5. How many fundamental principles did the International Committee of the Red Cross draw up in 1965 that were adopted by the entire Red Cross Movement?
7 principles, which are humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, volunteerism, unity, and universality
#6. World Red Cross Day is celebrated on
#7. It was the aftermath of a battle in 1859 which gave birth to the idea of The International Red Cross. Which battle?
#8. Henry Dunant's book "A Memory of Solferino" is about _______________.
The book, published in 1862, is about the horrors of war. His wartime experiences inspired Dunant to propose the formation of Red Cross.