Europe: Quiz


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Question 1: After the staggering ________ in 1943, the German offensive in the Soviet Union turned into a continual fallback.
Operation BarbarossaEastern Front (World War II)Battle of StalingradCase Blue

Question 2: [47] In Europe itself, the Church organised the ________ against heretics.
CrusadesInquisitionReconquistaSpanish Inquisition

Question 3: There were numerous invasions and migrations amongst the Ostrogoths, Visigoths, Goths, Vandals, Huns, Franks, ________, Saxons, Slavs, Avars, Bulgars and, later still, the Vikings and Magyars.
Anglo-SaxonsAnglesGermanic peoplesSuebi

Question 4:
^ d: Guernsey, the Isle of Man and Jersey are ________ of the United Kingdom.
EnglandScotlandCrown DependenciesBritish overseas territories

Question 5: In addition, polar bears may be found on ________, a Norwegian archipelago far north of Scandinavia.
Bear Island (Norway)EdgeøyaSvalbardBarents Island

Question 6: 4 Name disputed by Greece; see ________.
CyprusAzerbaijanMacedonia naming disputeSerbia

Question 7: Other religions including Judaism and ________ are minority religions.
AyyavazhiIndian religionsBuddhismHinduism

Question 8: Europe, in particular ________, is the birthplace of Western culture.
Roman GreeceAncient GreeceAlexander the GreatClassical antiquity

Question 9: The boundary continues to the Caspian Sea, the crest of the Caucasus Mountains or, alternatively, the Kura River in the Caucasus, and on to the Black Sea; the Bosporus, the Sea of Marmara, the Dardanelles, and the ________ conclude the Asian boundary.
Samos IslandAegean SeaAegean civilizationsGreece

Question 10: [25] Neanderthal man (named for the Neander Valley in ________) first migrated to Europe 150,000 years ago and disappeared from the fossil record about 30,000 years ago.

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