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Question 1: [10] The Buryat refugees fled to ________ and resettled, however, only a few of them joined the Shambala rebellion there.
MongoliaKazakhstanAzerbaijanRussia

Question 2: Buryats share many customs with their Mongolian cousins, including ________ herding and erecting yurts for shelter.
NomadKazakhstanKyrgyzstanTurkey

Question 3: Some of them moved south, particularly Mongolia proper and modern ________.
ManzhouliEvenk Autonomous BannerWuchuan County, Inner MongoliaInner Mongolia

Question 4: [3] It says Jochi, the eldest son of ________, subjugated the Buryats or Buriats in 1207.
Mongol EmpireGolden HordeÖgedei KhanGenghis Khan

Question 5: In 1741, the Tibetan branch of Buddhism was recognized as one of the official religions in Russia, and the first Buryat datsan (Buddhist ________) was built.
Christian monasticismMonkMonasticismMonastery

Question 6: The territory and people were annexed to the Russian state by treaties in 1689 and 1728, when the territories on both the sides of ________ were separated from Mongolia.
Lake BaikalGeographyYenisei RiverIrkutsk

Question 7: Today, the majority of Buryats live in and around ________, the capital of the republic, although many live more traditionally in the countryside.
Ulan-UdeSeverobaykalskKazanKyakhta

Question 8: The Buryats rebelled against the communist rule and ________ of their herds in 1929.
Collective farmingSoviet UnionVietnamJoseph Stalin

Question 9: When the Russians expanded into Transbaikalia (eastern Siberia) in 1609, the ________ found only a small core of tribal groups speaking a Mongol dialect called Buryat and paying tribute to the Khalkhas.
Bohdan KhmelnytskyCossacksKuban CossacksZaporozhian Cossacks

Question 10: Attempts to revive the Buddhist Church started during ________, and it was officially re-established in 1946.
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupations
















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