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Question 1: The reformer ________ was a prominent Protestant reformer in the region.
Thomas CranmerHuldrych ZwingliMartin BucerJohn Calvin

Question 2: This situation prevailed until 1639, when most of Alsace was conquered by France to prevent it falling into the hands of the ________ who wanted a clear road to their valuable and rebellious possessions in the Netherlands.
Spanish EmpireSpainCharles V, Holy Roman EmperorHabsburg Spain

Question 3:
What is the native name for Alsace-Lorraine
Bambolim
Madamon
Reichsland Elsau00DF-Lothringen
FRI and College Area

Question 4: For this reason, the Prussian ________ argued that it was prudent and necessary that the new Empire's frontier with France be under their direct control.
Military rankMilitary organizationStaff (military)Military strategy

Question 5: In order to spare them possible confrontations with relatives in France, the soldiers from Alsace-Lorraine were mainly sent to the Eastern front, or the ________.
Moltke class battlecruiserSMS SeydlitzKaiserliche MarineDerfflinger class battlecruiser

Question 6: Between 1671-1711 ________ refugees came from Switzerland, notably from Bern.
ChristianityChristian denominationAnabaptistProtestant Reformation

Question 7:
What is the national anthem of Alsace-Lorraine?
My Golden Bengal
Elsu00E4ssisches Fahnenlied
"A Portuguesa"
Libertu00E9

Question 8: Under his ________ successors the inhabitants were Christianized.
Julio-Claudian dynastyCapetian dynastyPippinidsMerovingian dynasty

Question 9:
What region does Alsace-Lorraine belong to?
Brisbane East
Alsace-Lorraine
Picardie
South East England

Question 10: By the time of the Reformation in the 16th century, Strasbourg was a prosperous community, and its inhabitants accepted ________ at an early date (1523).
ProtestantismChristian denominationChristianityBaptist







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