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Alfred Rosenberg: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: info) (12 January 1893 – 16 October 1946) was an early and intellectually influential member of the ________.
Adolf HitlerNazismSchutzstaffelNazi Party

Question 2: Many Nazis considered Slavs to be part of an inferior race to be subjugated, but Rosenberg suggested that they were also Aryans who could be integrated into the ________.
Adolf HitlerNazi GermanyAxis powersNazism

Question 3: The ruthless pursuit of Nazi aims turned out to mean not, as Rosenberg had hoped, the permeation of German life with the new ideology; it meant concentration of the combined resources of party and state on ________.
Aerial warfareIndustrial warfareTotal warMilitary history

Question 4: [14] He was ________ and executed with other condemned co-defendants at Nuremberg on the morning of 16 October 1946.
Capital punishmentTortureStoningReligion and capital punishment

Question 5: Rosenberg promoted the ________ which considered Germans to be the "master race", superior to all others, including other Aryans: the Nordic and the Indo-Iranians.
Aryan raceNordic raceWhite peopleMediterranean race

Question 6: Alfred Meyer served as his deputy and represented him at the ________.
The HolocaustWannsee ConferenceAdolf HitlerHeinrich Himmler

Question 7: At the very top stood the white or "________" race.
Iranian peoplesAryanMiscegenationAryan race

Question 8: [2] At Nuremberg he was tried, sentenced to death and executed by ________ as a war criminal.
Capital punishment in SingaporeCapital punishment in the United KingdomCapital punishment in the United StatesHanging

Question 9: According to ________, who covered the executions for the International News Service, Rosenberg was the only condemned man, who when asked at the gallows if he had any last statement to make, replied with only one word: "No".
Bill Lawrence (news personality)Diane SawyerHoward K. SmithCharles Gibson

Question 10: He is also known for his rejection of ________,[1] having played an important role in the development of Positive Christianity, which he intended to be transitional to a new Nazi faith.
ChristianityChristian denominationEcumenismBaptist
















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