Thursday, April 28, 2011

Question 614: XOXO

In France, the Cross of Lorraine is the symbol of the Free French Forces of World War II, the liberation of France from Nazi Germany, and Gaullism and includes several variations of a two barred cross. The bars are supposed to be equally spaced as can be seen on most images relating to the Free French Forces, though variations are common.

However, rather apocryphally, this can be termed as a possible derivation of what famous term?
Don't be cross with me once you find the answer
smirk.



ANSWER:


DOUBLE CROSS
(THERE WERE 2 CROSSES)
LOL
But yes, its the norsefire symbol, but not exactly
Also
norsefire isn't exactly as famous as double cross
plus the name of the question


What came up when i googled double cross

3 comments:

Rohan Danait said...

all i know is this is the symbol of the Norsefire political party from the movie/comic V for Vendetta

Soumya said...

Dot ur i's and cross ur t's??

Pi.R.Square said...

double cross

god to be back after those damn entrances