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Beneš decrees: Quiz


Question 1: In 2009, the right-wing and eurosceptic Czech President Václav Klaus demanded an opt-out of the ________, as he feared the Charter would render the Beneš decrees illegal[18].
Treaties of the European UnionTreaty of LisbonCharter of Fundamental Rights of the European UnionSchengen Agreement

Question 2: No comparison - op-ed from the ________ criticising "pseudo-scholars" who allegedly regard the expulsion of the Sudeten Germans as morally equivalent to the Holocaust.
60 MinutesSlovakiaBratislavaThe Prague Post

Question 3: [17] Due to the decrees and postwar confiscation of property from the Prince of Liechtenstein, ________ does not recognise Slovakia.

Question 4:
These decrees were issued during the government's ________ exile.

Question 5: The decrees included controversial laws connected with the nationalisation without compensation of businesses hiring more than 500 employees, and confiscation of property of ethnic ________ and Hungarians.
GermansGermanyAustriaEthnic Germans

Question 6: The government revoked ________ for most peoples of German and Hungarian ethnic origin.
Ancient GreeceHonorary Canadian citizenshipLawCitizenship

Question 7:
A new post-war government was created in Košice, Slovakia, consisting of parties united in the National Front, with a strong influence of ________.
Romanian Communist PartyEastern Bloc politicsCommunist Party of CzechoslovakiaEastern Bloc

Question 8: The Beneš decrees are most often associated with the deportation in 1945-47 of about 3 million ethnic ________ and Hungarians from Czechoslovakia.
AustriaEthnic GermansGermansGermany

Question 9: European and international courts have refused to rule on cases concerning the decrees, as most international treaties on ________ took effect after 1945/46.
Reproductive rightsCultureTortureHuman rights

Question 10: Those expellees organised within the Sudetendeutsche Landsmannschaft (part of the ________) and associated political groups call for the abolition of the Beneš decrees as based on the principle of collective guilt.
Central EuropeFederation of ExpelleesCentral and Eastern EuropeExpulsion of Germans after World War II


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