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Question 1: ________
Resistance during World War IISoviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIParticipants in World War II

Question 2: On February 25, 1941, the Communist Party of the Netherlands called for a general strike, the February strike, in response to the first Nazi raid on ________'s Jewish population.

Question 3: ________ and her family are among those who successfully hid several Jews and resistance workers from the Nazis.
Casper ten BoomCorrie ten BoomThe HolocaustThe Hiding Place (biography)

Question 4: On May 10, 1940, German troops invaded the Netherlands without a ________.
Korean WarWorld War IILeague of NationsDeclaration of war

Question 5: Already on May 15, 1940, the day after the Dutch capitulation, the ________ (CPN) held a meeting in order to organize their underground existence and resistance against the German occupier.
Social Democratic LeaguePacifist Socialist PartySocial Democratic Workers' Party (Netherlands)Communist Party of the Netherlands

Question 6: A few months after the invasion, a number of Revolutionary Socialist Worker's Party (RSAP) members including ________ formed the Marx-Lenin-Luxemburg Front.
Henk SneevlietChiang Kai-shekSoviet UnionComintern

Question 7: In 1944 trains were diverted to Germany, known as "the great train robberies", and people were selected to stay in Germany as ________.
Penal labourSlaverySexual slaveryUnfree labour

Question 8: The German invasion therefore came as a great shock to the ________.
Dutch peopleFlemish peopleFrisiansNetherlands

Question 9: [1] During the ________, the Dutch were not invaded by Germany and anti-German sentiment was not as strong after that war as it was in other European countries.
World War IWestern Front (World War I)Caucasus CampaignArmenian Genocide

Question 10: ________, who had expected the occupation to be completed in two days, ordered Rotterdam to be annihilated, followed by every other Dutch city if the Dutch refused to surrender.
SchutzstaffelAdolf HitlerNazi GermanyNazi Party

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