Battles of the Isonzo: Quiz

Question 1: During World War I, however, the sixty-mile long river ran entirely inside ________ in parallel to the border with Italy.
Holy Roman EmpireOttoman EmpireAustria–HungaryGerman Empire

Question 2: "Battles of the Isonzo" were a series of 12 battles between the Austria-Hungarian and Italian armies in ________.
Armenian GenocideCaucasus CampaignWestern Front (World War I)World War I

Question 3: The Soča is located in present-day Slovenia and ________.

Question 4: The Italian army wanted to break through this passage in order to penetrate in central ________ and then into Styria to the heart of Austria.
Habsburg MonarchyFriuliSloveniaCarniola

Question 5: Most of the battles were fought on the territory of modern Slovenia, and the remainder in ________.

Question 6: The area between the northernmost part of the ________ and the sources of the river Soča thus became the scene of twelve successive battles.
Ionian SeaMediterranean SeaAdriatic SeaAegean Sea

Question 7: During the First World War, the Isonzo valley was part of the Alpine sector of the Italian Front, along which the armies of Italy and ________ clashed.
Ottoman EmpireGerman EmpireAustria–HungaryHoly Roman Empire

Question 8: Ernest Hemingway's ________ is partly set in the events along this front.
The Old Man and the SeaA Farewell to ArmsThe Sun Also RisesFor Whom the Bell Tolls

Question 9: Italian Chief of Staff Luigi Cadorna judged that Italian gains (from Gorizia to ________) were most feasible at the coastal plain east of the lower end of the Isonzo.

Question 10: Twelfth Battle of the Isonzo - 24 October–7 November 1917 also known as the ________
Italian Campaign (World War I)Battle of CaporettoBattle of the Piave RiverBattle of Vittorio Veneto

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