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Question 1:
Which of the following was a combatant in the Battle of Okinawa?
British Commonwealth
Philippinesn*, Philippine Commonwealth Army
Polishu2013Lithuanian Commonwealth
, Polishu2013Lithuanian Commonwealth

Question 2:
What was Battle of Okinawa a part of?
World War II, the Pacific War
World War II and Soviet-Japanese War (1945)
* US Pacific Fleet n* Atlantic Reserve Fleet n* Dominican Navy
Continuation War and World War II

Question 3: Most of the air-to-air fighters and the small ________ and strike aircraft were U.S.
SB2C HelldiverSBD DauntlessDive bomberJunkers Ju 87

Question 4:
Who was a commander in the Battle of Okinawa?
Isamu Chu014D
Gustav Horn
Maj. Gen. James B. Vaught

Question 5:
How many casualties were there in the Battle of Okinawa?
Estimated 42,000u2013150,000 civilians killed
8 killed
80 000 - 123 000 total
20 000 - 70 000

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Okinawan civilians in 1945.
  Two Marines share a foxhole with an Okinawan war orphan April 1945.
  F4U Corsair fighter firing rockets in support of the troops on Okinawa
  A map of U.S. operations during the battle

Question 7:
Where did Battle of Okinawa take place?
Altimarlech near Wick, Highland, Scotland
Okinawa, Japan

Question 8: Tenth Army swept across the south-central part of the island with relative ease by World War II standards, capturing the Kadena and the Yomitan ________.
Fleet Air ArmArmy Air Corps (United Kingdom)Military airbaseHardened Aircraft Shelter

Question 9: There are also people who have testified that they were handed grenades by Japanese soldiers (to blow themselves up)."[25] Some of the civilians, having been induced by Japanese ________ to believe that U.S.
Ad hominemIndoctrinationDisinformationPropaganda

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Cornerstone of Peace Memorial with names of all military and civilians from all countries who died in the Battle of Okinawa
  American soldiers of the 77th Division listen impassively to radio reports of Victory in Europe Day on May 8, 1945
  USS Bunker Hill burns after being hit by two kamikaze within 30 seconds
  A unidentified New Mexico-class battleship shells Okinawa on 1 April 1945.

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