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Question 1: When the United States closed its Naval and Air Force bases in the ________ after the expiration of their leases in the early 1990s, many of the forces stationed there were relocated to Guam.
Papua New GuineaPhilippinesMaltaEast Timor

Question 2: "Cosmopolitan" Guam poses particular challenges for Chamorros struggling to preserve their culture and identity in the face of ________.
Indigenous peoplesAcculturationColonial mentalityWesternisation

Question 3: Possessing a good harbor, the island serves as a United States naval station, the naval commandant acting also as ________.
GovernorCanadaGovernor-GeneralAustralia

Question 4: In the meantime, Guam's local government had formed several political status commissions to address possible options for ________.
Self-determinationRussiaDecolonizationSpain

Question 5: military facilities, including negotiations to transfer 8,000 U.S. Marines from ________, also indicate renewed interest in Guam by the U.S.
Ryukyu IslandsJapanOkinawa PrefectureYamanashi Prefecture

Question 6: Kennedy in 1963 allowed for the development of a ________ industry.
Travel and Tourism Competitiveness ReportTourismWorld Tourism rankingsHotel

Question 7: Since then, Guam served as a way station for American ships traveling to and from the ________.
East TimorPhilippinesUnited StatesPapua New Guinea

Question 8: Guam's U.S. military installations remain among the most strategically vital in the ________.
Atlantic OceanIndian OceanPacific OceanArctic Ocean

Question 9: During ________, Guam was invaded by the Japanese armed forces shortly after December 8, 1941.
Second Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISoviet occupations

Question 10: The Galleon Era ended in 1815 following the ________.
Decena trĂ¡gicaMexican RevolutionMexicoVenustiano Carranza







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