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Question 1: ________ (established in 1940 by Beneš and recognised by the British and other United Nations governments)
Second Czechoslovak RepublicCzechoslovak Republic (1918–1938)Czechoslovak government-in-exileCzechoslovakia

Question 2: ________ (invaded 1 September 1939) After WWII, the Polish government-in-exile remained in exile as a result of the Soviet occupation.
GermanyHungaryGreecePoland

Question 3: ________ (invaded 28 October 1940)
PortugalGreeceGermanyPoland

Question 4: ________
FranceSaint HelenaMadagascarUnited Nations list of Non-Self-Governing Territories

Question 5: (See ________, Iceland during World War II, and History of Greenland during World War II)
Operation WeserübungNorwegian CampaignGerman battleship TirpitzBritish occupation of the Faroe Islands in World War II

Question 6: ________ (invaded 10 May 1940)
SpainBelgiumUnited KingdomDenmark

Question 7: ________
List of sovereign statesEncyclopedia of the Stateless NationsList of active autonomist and secessionist movementsLists of ethnic groups

Question 8: Estonian Government in Exile (1953–92), in Sweden after incorporation of ________ into the USSR; however had not received recognition by any state.
LithuaniaLatviaEstoniaGermany

Question 9: ________ (invaded 10 May 1940, see Dutch government in exile)
NetherlandsGermanyGreecePoland

Question 10: Notable examples of occupied countries which retained partial sovereignty through their overseas territories included ________ and Free France.
DenmarkSpainBelgiumUnited Kingdom







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