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Question 1: ________ until 1967 when Constantine II was deposed by the military government.
PortugalGermanyPolandGreece

Question 2: It differs from ________ in that an absolute monarch serves as the sole source of political power in the state and is not legally bound by any constitution.
RepublicConstitutional monarchyAbsolute monarchyDemocracy

Question 3: However, this model of constitutional monarchy was discredited and abolished following Germany's defeat in the ________.
Western Front (World War I)Armenian GenocideWorld War ICaucasus Campaign

Question 4: ________, several times during the 19th century.
United KingdomFranceCanadaItaly

Question 5: ________ until June 2, 1946, when a referendum proclaimed the end of the Kingdom and the begin of the Republic.
ItalyFranceSicilyRome

Question 6: General ________ is considered the first monarch proclaiming himself as embodiment of the nation, rather than as a divinely-appointed ruler; this interpretation of monarchy is basic to continental constitutional monarchies.
Napoleon IFirst French EmpireFrench DirectoryNapoleonic Wars

Question 7: Prior to the Iranian Revolution in 1979, ________ was a constitutional monarchy under Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, which had been originally established during the Persian Constitutional Revolution in 1906.
AzerbaijanIran–Iraq WarIranIraq

Question 8: The current King (King ________) is the longest reigning current monarch in the world and in all of Thailand's history.
Bhumibol AdulyadejAnanda MahidolPrajadhipokChakri Dynasty

Question 9: The German Empire from 1871 to 1918, (as well as earlier confederations, and the monarchies it consisted of) was also a constitutional monarchy—see ________.
North German ConfederationSaxe-AltenburgConstitution of the German EmpireKingdom of Prussia

Question 10: Nisbet, trans.) ________, 1991.
Oxford University PressEnglandAuthorized King James VersionCambridge University Press







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