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Bulgaria – United States relations: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: In 1860, the first American school (today called the American College of Sofia) was founded in Plovdiv by missionaries from the ________.
ChristianityChristian denominationCongregational churchProtestantism

Question 2: ________, a branch of the State University of New York, also played an important part in educating the new Bulgarian elite.
IstanbulRobert CollegeBoğaziçi UniversityTurkey

Question 3: The ________ reduced the territory of Bulgaria, but did not resolve any of the territorial conflicts in the Balkans.
World War ITreaty of VersaillesLeague of NationsTreaty of Trianon

Question 4: (See ________.) The uprising was badly planned, equipped and led, and failed.
April UprisingGabrovoSofiaPlovdiv

Question 5: Bulgaria was first led by Prime Minister ________ and his Agrarian Party.
Andrey LyapchevAndrey ToshevSimeon Saxe-Coburg-GothaAleksandar Stamboliyski

Question 6: (See the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878) and ________.) The advance of the Russian Army was covered by MacGahan and other journalists for the British press.
Second Bulgarian EmpireBulgarian Orthodox ChurchFirst Bulgarian EmpireHistory of Bulgaria

Question 7: The ________ organized a school of nursing to train new medical personnel.
American Red CrossBritish Red CrossHong Kong Red CrossCambodian Red Cross

Question 8: When ________ began in September 1939, both Bulgaria and the United States were neutral.
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupationsWorld War II

Question 9: In 1839 a Protestant religious society, the ________, sent the first Protestant missionaries the Ottoman Empire, where the Ottoman Government had given them permission to preach to the Christian population.
ChristianityBeijingAmerican Board of Commissioners for Foreign MissionsTimeline of Christian missions

Question 10: In the ________ (1912), Bulgaria allied itself with Serbia, Greece and Montenegro, and successfully took Thrace and Macedonia from Turkey.
Balkan WarsFirst Balkan WarEleftherios VenizelosBalkan League
















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