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Collective punishment: Quiz


Question 1: In the French village of ________ 642 of its inhabitants — men, women, and children — were slaughtered by the German Waffen-SS in 1944.

Question 2: ________ may be considered examples of unofficial collective punishment which resemble rioting.

Question 3: [8] The British used collective punishment as an official policy to suppress the ________ uprising in Kenya in 1952.
Dedan KimathiUnited KingdomMau Mau UprisingNairobi

Question 4: On 20 May 2008, the Pakistan Army conducted collective punishment against a village called Spinkai, located in the frontier province of ________.

Question 5: After the Soviet invasion of Poland following the corresponding German invasion that marked the start of World War II in 1939, the Soviet Union annexed eastern parts (so-called "________") of the Second Polish Republic.
Belarusian partisansCurzon LineKresyPolish areas annexed by Nazi Germany

Question 6: [13] The same followed in the ________ of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.
SwedenRussiaBaltic statesFinland

Question 7: The Chinese government has been accused of using collective punishment in its actions against the peoples of ________.
TibetHong KongArunachal PradeshTaiwan

Question 8: In times of war and armed conflict, collective punishment has resulted in atrocities, and is a violation of the laws of war and the ________.
Human rightsUniversal jurisdictionGeneva ConventionsInternational humanitarian law

Question 9: The British in the Boer Wars and the Germans in the ________ and World War I justified such actions as being in accord with the laws of war then in force.
Otto von BismarckFranco-Prussian WarGerman EmpireAlsace-Lorraine

Question 10: Article 33 of the ________ specifically forbids collective punishment.
First Geneva ConventionGeneva ConventionsFourth Geneva ConventionTorture

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