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Question 1:
How many casualties were there in the First Battle of Ypres?
50,000 wounded
at least 1,567 dead, 2,300 injured, and around 50,000 homeless
50,000-70,000 dead
French Army: 50,000-85,000 killed, wounded and missing

Question 2:
Which of the following was a combatant in the First Battle of Ypres?
British Empire:
, British East India Company
*, British India
British Empire

Question 3:
What was First Battle of Ypres a part of?
the Western Front of World War II
the Race to the Sea on the Western Front
1. Unterseebootsflottille, Front Boat
North Sea Operations, First World War

Question 4:
Who was a commander in the First Battle of Ypres?
Rupprecht, Crown Prince of Bavaria
Prince Rupert of the Rhine,
Crown Prince Jean Baptiste Bernadotte
Leopold of Bavaria

Question 5: This was the last major German option, after their defeats at the ________ and First Battle of the Marne.
Great RetreatFirst Battle of the AisneBattle of St. Quentin (1914)Western Front (World War I)

Question 6:
Where did First Battle of Ypres take place?

Question 7: The British foresaw their effort much the same as in the ________; maintaining dominance of the seas, and financial support, whilst providing a small highly trained army to supplement the French.
First French EmpireGrande ArméeNapoleonic WarsNapoleon I

Question 8: The Ypres campaign became the culmination point of the ________.
Western Front (World War I)Spring OffensiveHundred Days OffensiveRace to the Sea

Question 9: The town of ________ was rapidly demolished by artillery and air attack.

Question 10: Owing to German failures in logistics, and the difficulty of command and control at that time, the French were able to pull their forces out of the potential trap, and redeploy them in time to defeat the Germans at the ________.
Battle of the SommeBattle of the FrontiersWestern Front (World War I)First Battle of the Marne

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