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Question 1: ________ (1583–1634)
Holy Roman EmpireThirty Years' WarFrederick V, Elector PalatineAlbrecht von Wallenstein

Question 2: ________ (1866–1925)
Chiang Kai-shekLi ZongrenKuomintangSun Yat-sen

Question 3: From 1834 to 1910, the Kings of Portugal were considered "Generalissimo", in their constitutional role of Supreme Commanders of the ________.
Portuguese Colonial WarLisbonPortuguese ArmyPortuguese Armed Forces

Question 4: Charles X Gustav (1622-1660, for the forces in ________)
NetherlandsGreeceGermanyPoland

Question 5: ________ (1912-94)
Joseph StalinKim Il-sungCold WarMao Zedong

Question 6: ________ (1887–1975)
Joseph StalinGeorge MarshallChiang Ching-kuoChiang Kai-shek

Question 7: The word "generalissimo" is an Italian term, from generale, plus the suffix -issimo, itself from ________ -issimus[1], meaning "utmost, to the highest grade".
Old LatinRoman EmpireVulgar LatinLatin

Question 8: ________ (1696–1750)
Augustus II the StrongMaurice de SaxePragueBrussels

Question 9: Ferdinand Foch (1851–1929), Supreme Commander of the ________
European theatre of World War IAllies of World War IWorld War I casualtiesTreaty of Versailles

Question 10: Historically this rank was given to a military officer leading an entire army or the entire armed forces of a nation, usually only subordinate to the ________.
DemocracyLawRepublicSovereignty
















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