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History of Pomerania (1806–1933): Quiz


Question 1: Women, minors and ________ partially replaced the drafted men.
ExileSlaveryHuman rightsPrisoner of war

Question 2: Most of the German-Prussian province of West Prussia fell to Poland as the so-called ________, and constituted the Pomeranian Voivodeship (województwo pomorskie) with the capital at Toruń (Thorn).
Recovered TerritoriesNeumarkPolish CorridorKashubians

Question 3: With the economic ________, unemployment rates reached 12% in 1933, compared to an overall 19% in the empire.
Keynesian economicsRecessionInflationBusiness cycle

Question 4: The ________ (Gdansk) area became the city state Free City of Danzig.

Question 5: In May 15, 1919, street fights and plunder occurred following ________ assemblies in Stettin.
CommunismSocialismCommunist stateMarxism

Question 6: Napoleonic occupation also thwarted ________'s plans to construct a fortified port city on Rügen, Gustavia.
Charles XIII of SwedenGustav IV Adolf of SwedenCharles XIV John of SwedenGustav III of Sweden

Question 7: ________ resulted in work force shortage affecting all non-war-related industry, construction, and agriculture.

Question 8: Farther Pomeranian farmers had sold their products primarily to the eastern provinces, that were now part of the ________.
Władysław SikorskiPolandSecond Polish RepublicJózef Piłsudski

Question 9: The book Orphans of Versailles [2] states, that as result of disloyalty of German citizens, who openly expressed their joy at Polish defeats in ________, ...
November UprisingKiev Offensive (1920)Bar ConfederationPolish–Soviet War

Question 10: The Free City of Danzig included the major city of ________ (Gdańsk) as well as Zoppot (Sopot), Tiegenhof (Nowy Dwór Gdański), Neuteich (Nowy Staw) and some 252 villages and 63 hamlets.


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