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History of Poland (1939–1945): Quiz


Question 1: [40][41][44][45] The estimate is based primarily on the number of death sentences for treason by the Special Courts of the ________.
Witold PileckiArmia KrajowaPolish Underground StateOperation Tempest

Question 2: The Home Army (in Polish Armia Krajowa or AK), loyal to the ________ in London and a military arm of the Polish Secret State, was formed from a number of smaller groups in 1942.
Polish culture during World War IITadeusz Bór-KomorowskiPolish contribution to World War IIPolish government-in-exile

Question 3: The Prime Minister of the Polish government in exile, Stanisław Mikołajczyk, resigned his post and, with several other Polish exile leaders, went to ________ in eastern Poland, where the Communist-controlled provisional government had been established.

Question 4: The first victims of the new order were approximately 250,000 Polish prisoners of war captured by the USSR during and after the ________.
History of Poland (1939–1945)Invasion of PolandWarsaw UprisingEastern Front (World War II)

Question 5: [76] ________ and Winston Churchill were aware of the predominance of Soviet controlled parties and decided on a policy of strong resistance to Stalin.
Harry S. TrumanJimmy CarterJohn F. KennedyLyndon B. Johnson

Question 6: Because of these sorts of actions, Polish citizens have the highest amount of ________ awards at the Yad Vashem Museum.
NetherlandsThe HolocaustRighteous among the NationsGermany

Question 7: Polish resistance to the German occupation began almost at once, although there is little terrain in Poland suitable for ________ operations.
Guerrilla warfareSiegeAncient warfareMilitary history

Question 8: (For more detail on the territorial division of this area see ________.)
Generalplan OstHans FrankGeneral GovernmentReichskommissariat Ukraine

Question 9: The plan was code-named ________ and began in late 1943.
Lwów UprisingOperation TempestZamość UprisingWarsaw Uprising

Question 10: [54] Such arrangements were purely tactical and did not evidence the type of ideological collaboration as shown by Vichy regime in France or ________ in Norway.
Administrative Council (Norway)Quisling regimeNygaardsvold's CabinetGerhardsen's First Cabinet


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