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Halland: Quiz

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Question 1: The 20th century has seen the province becoming one of the fastest growing in Sweden, as it has doubled its population since ________.
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarWorld War IISoviet occupations

Question 2: This might have been a result of a high demand charcoal in smelting gold or ________ among the local elites.
SilverBronzeBrassCopper

Question 3: Halland was the scene of considerable military action from the 13th century and on as Sweden, ________ and to some degree Norway fought for supremacy in Scandinavia.
LuxembourgDenmarkLithuaniaSpain

Question 4: As the ________ was formed, Halland came for a brief period of time to have a rather central position.
Union between Sweden and NorwayKalmar UnionDenmarkDenmark–Norway

Question 5: The early Iron Age social structures seems to have been relatively egalitarian, but from around 200 AD there is a trend where ________ form larger communities and small kingdoms.
CityMunicipalityVillageTown

Question 6: The ________ serve no administrative function.
Lapland (Sweden)JämtlandProvinces of SwedenHalland

Question 7: info) is one of the traditional provinces of Sweden (landskap in Swedish), on the western coast of ________.
SwedenDenmarkFinlandEstonia

Question 8: This is likely to have been a distant influence from the growing ________.
Byzantine EmpireRoman RepublicRoman EmpireWestern Roman Empire

Question 9: The last battle in Halland took place in Fyllebro on 17 August 1676, during the ________.
Great Northern WarScanian WarSecond Northern WarSwedish Empire

Question 10: The conquest was later made permanent by ceding of the province in the ________ in 1658.
Treaty of LabiauTreaty of Copenhagen (1660)Second Northern WarTreaty of Roskilde







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