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Ève Curie: Quiz


Question 1: After Irène had married Frédéric Joliot in 1926, Ève stayed with her mother in Paris, taking care of her and accompanying her on trips around France, to ________, Belgium, Switzerland.

Question 2: After her return to Europe, Ève Curie served as a volunteer in the women's medical corps of the Free French during the Italian Campaign, in which she was promoted to the rank of ________ in the 1st Armored Division.
Military rankSecond LieutenantMidshipmanLieutenant

Question 3: ________, the Executive Director of UNICEF, said after her death:
Norman MinetaMike JohannsEd SchaferAnn Veneman

Question 4: In 1932, they also accompanied President of ________ Tomáš Masaryk on his trip to Spain.
Czechoslovak Socialist RepublicCzech RepublicCzechoslovak Republic (1918–1938)Czechoslovakia

Question 5: She was responsible for example for women's affairs in de Gaulle's government; and in 1948 she, along with other prominent European intellectuals, supported the establishment of the state of Israel, appealing to the ________ for recognition of the state.
United Nations Security CouncilIsrael, Palestine, and the United NationsUnited NationsUnited Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Question 6: In August 1944 she took part in landing with her troops in ________ in southern France.

Question 7: In 1940 she met ________ in the White House.
Eleanor RooseveltJacqueline Kennedy OnassisNancy ReaganHillary Rodham Clinton

Question 8: In 1965, Labouisse, accompanied by his wife, received the ________, which was awarded to his organization.
United Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesNelson MandelaNobel PrizeNobel Peace Prize

Question 9: In the years 1952-1954 she was a special advisor to Hastings Lionel Ismay, the first ________.
DenmarkPaul-Henri SpaakSecretary General of NATO2004 Istanbul summit

Question 10: During this journey she met the Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the leader of Free China, ________, fighting the Japanese, and Mahatma Gandhi.
Joseph StalinChiang Ching-kuoGeorge MarshallChiang Kai-shek


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