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Adrian helmet: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: At the outbreak of ________, the French army was equipped with the standard kepi cap, providing no protection against enemy fire, direct or indirect.
Armenian GenocideWorld War IWestern Front (World War I)Caucasus Campaign

Question 2: , U.S.S.R., and ________[4].
Josip Broz TitoYugoslaviaSerbiaBosnia and Herzegovina

Question 3: It was also adopted briefly by the National Army in the ________.
Anglo-Irish TreatyNorthern IrelandIrish Free StateIreland

Question 4: By the end of ________, it had been issued to almost all infantry units fighting with the French army.
Western Front (World War I)Armenian GenocideWorld War ICaucasus Campaign

Question 5: Contrary to common misconception, the M15 helmet was not designed to protect the wearer from direct impact by rifle or machine gun ________.
.303 BritishAmmunitionCartridge (firearms)Bullet

Question 6: ________ units refused to wear other kinds of helmets, because they were so attached to the appearance of the "Adrian".
PolandPolish cavalryPolish hussarsPolish–Soviet War

Question 7: Consequently, the French staff ordered development of a metal helmet that could protect the soldier from the shrapnel of exploding ________ shells.
Military historyNaval warfareArtillerySiege

Question 8: In the French army, the Adrian helmet was standard military issue until after ________, and was also used by the French police up to the 1970s.
World War IISoviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 9: The Adrian helmet was also worn and preferred by British Prime Minister ________ (along with the pith helmet) during his visits to the battlefield during World War II.
Harold MacmillanMargaret ThatcherWinston ChurchillJoseph Stalin

Question 10: Early stages of ________ proved that even basic protection of the head could result in a significantly smaller mortality rate among the front-line soldiers.
Trench warfareSiegeMilitary historyIndustrial warfare
















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