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Effects of World War II: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: At the height of the Axis advance in 1941, the ________ got within 20 kilometers (12.5 mi) of Moscow.
Eastern Front (World War II)Adolf HitlerWehrmachtAlbert Kesselring

Question 2: The Baltic states were occupied and annexed early in the war in agreement with the Nazis via the ________, then re-conquered in 1944.
Molotov–Ribbentrop PactEastern BlocJoseph StalinWinter War

Question 3: The partitioning of Europe and Germany and ________ persisted until the crumbling of the Eastern Bloc in 1989/1990.
TallinnBerlinLondonStockholm

Question 4: Advanced aircraft and guided missiles (developed late in the war) made the ________, once the queen of the world's oceans, and fixed fortifications such as coastal artillery obsolete.
DreadnoughtPre-dreadnought battleshipBattleshipIronclad warship

Question 5: The main beneficiary of these revisions was the Soviet Union, which expanded its borders at the expense of Germany, Finland, Poland, ________, Romania and Japan.
Czech RepublicCzechoslovak Socialist RepublicCzechoslovakiaCzechoslovak Republic (1918–1938)

Question 6: Because of the immense loss of life and the destruction of land and industrial capacity, the USSR was at an economic and (because of the American use of ________ on Japan) strategic disadvantage relative to the United States.
Nuclear arms raceNuclear weapons testingNuclear proliferationNuclear weapon

Question 7: At the end of the war, millions of refugees were homeless, the European economy had collapsed, and most of the European industrial ________ was destroyed
Civil engineeringInfrastructureCanalRoad

Question 8: After the war, many high-ranking Germans were hung for war crimes, as well as the mass murder of the Jews in the Holocaust committed mainly on the area of ________, in the Nuremberg trials.
Hans FrankGeneral GovernmentGeneralplan OstReichskommissariat Ukraine

Question 9: Therefore the Germans controlled all of Soviet territory west of Leningrad, Moscow, and Stalingrad, from the ________ to the Caucasus.
Black SeaBaltic SeaArctic OceanNorth Sea

Question 10: In addition, many organizations have roots in the Second World War; for example, the United Nations, the World Bank, the World Trade Organisation, and the ________.
Basel Committee on Banking SupervisionWorld Bank GroupInternational Monetary FundBretton Woods system
















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