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Question 1: Crown Prince Constantine was sent to represent Greece to a royal feast in ________, and in 1911 Bulgarian students were invited to Athens.

Question 2: On the other hand, Constantine favored the ________ and wanted Greece to remain neutral.
Central PowersWorld War IBalkans Campaign (World War I)Serbian Campaign (World War I)

Question 3: On 18 September 1912, Greece along with her Balkan allies declared war on Turkey, thus joining the ________.
First Balkan WarEleftherios VenizelosBalkan WarsBalkan League

Question 4: [47] Between 1911 and 1912 a number of laws aiming to initiate ________ in Greece were promulgated.
Employment contractLabour lawEight-hour dayWorking time

Question 5: Following the Allied victory, Venizelos secured new territorial gains, especially in ________, coming close to realize the Megali Idea.
AnatoliaTurkeyIstanbulTurkish people

Question 6: In 1915, Winston Churchill (then First Lord of the Admiralty) suggested to Greece to take action in ________ on behalf of the allies.
EuropeGallipoli CampaignTurkeyDardanelles

Question 7: During the ________ invasion of the Peloponnesus in 1770, a member of the Cravvatas family, Venizelos Cravvatas, the youngest of several brothers, managed to escape to Crete where he established himself.
Albanian languageCham AlbaniansAlbanian diasporaAlbanians

Question 8: Venizelos intervened and insisted that ________, as a major city and strategic port in the surrounding area, should be taken at all costs and thus a turn to the east was necessary.
PatrasAthensCorfu (city)Thessaloniki

Question 9: [118] The German ________ Hermann Müller described the Greek-Turkish rapprochement as the "greatest achievement seen in Europe since the end of the Great War".
First MinisterPresidentPremierChancellor

Question 10: During these absences from power, he translated ________ into modern Greek, although the translation and incomplete commentary were only published in 1940, after his death.


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