Fascism in Europe: Quiz

Question 1: Like Hitler, Mussolini publicly declared his support of a eugenics policy to improve the status of Italians in 1926 to the people of ________:
ScandianoNovellaraRubieraReggio Emilia

Question 2: Mussolini supported the annexation of the Sudetenland during the ________ talks later the same year.
Munich AgreementPolish areas annexed by Nazi GermanyNazi GermanyWorld War II

Question 3: Italian irredentist claims sought the return of these lands to Italian rule (________).
Italian peopleItalian TunisiansCorfiot ItaliansItalian irredentism

Question 4: ________ was born in Italy and subsequently, across Europe several movements which took influence from it emerged.
Italian FascismNazismTotalitarianismFascism

Question 5: Hitler reluctantly began the ________ with the invasion of Yugoslavia.
Balkans CampaignDodecanese CampaignWorld War IIAxis powers

Question 6: As relations were initially poor, things grew worse after the assassination of Austria's fascist chancellor ________ by Austrian Nazis in 1934.
Ignaz SeipelEngelbert DollfussWolfgang SchüsselKarl Renner

Question 7: Yet, fascism also heavily based itself on ________, which was supposed to supersede class conflicts.
NazismCorporatismFascism and ideologyBenito Mussolini

Question 8: When Hitler and Mussolini first met, Mussolini referred to Hitler as "a silly little ________" before the Western Allies forced Mussolini into an agreement with Hitler.
PrimateOld World monkeyHominidaeMonkey

Question 9: Purists assert that the term "Fascism" should only be used in relation to the National Fascist Party under ________ in Italy.
Adolf HitlerAxis powersBenito MussoliniItalian Fascism

Question 10: Mussolini favored using the extremist Croatian nationalist Ustaše as a useful tool to tear down Yugoslavia, led by the ________ and with a Serbian dynasty, the House of Karađorđević.
White SerbiaBelgradeSerbian diasporaSerbs

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