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Question 1: Central Europe is the region lying between the variously defined areas of Eastern and ________.
European integrationWestern EuropeNorthern EuropeSouthern Europe

Question 2: [21] The pagans of Central Europe were converted to Roman Catholicism while in Southeastern and ________ they were brought in the fold of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
Eastern EuropeBalkansWestern EuropeSouthern Europe

Question 3: Central and ________ according to the United Nations
Western EuropeEastern EuropeCentral EuropeBalkans

Question 4: The Pannonian Plain extends into the following countries: ________, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.
GermanyCzech RepublicPolandAustria

Question 5: In this view ________ and Moravia, with its dual Western Slavic and Germanic heritage, combined with the historic element of the "Sudetenland", is a core region illustrating the problems and features of the entire Central European region.
Holy Roman EmpireBohemiaCzech RepublicPrague

Question 6: [37] The concept failed after the German defeat in the ________ and the dissolution of Austria–Hungary.
Caucasus CampaignArmenian GenocideWorld War IWestern Front (World War I)

Question 7: as a mode of self-perception, despite the debated nature of the concept Central Europeans generally agree on which peoples are to be excluded from this club: for example Serbs, ________, Romanians and Russians.
BulgariansBulgarian Orthodox ChurchBulgarian literatureFirst Bulgarian Empire

Question 8: [22] ________ and Poland, small and medium-size states today, were empires during their early histories.

Question 9: [53] This area mostly corresponds to the borders of the former ________.
Austria–HungaryHoly Roman EmpireOttoman EmpireGerman Empire

Question 10: Before WWI, it embraced mainly German states (Germany, ________), non-German territories being an area of intended German penetration and domination - German leadership position was to be the natural result of economic dominance.
HungaryCzech RepublicPolandAustria


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