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History of the Jews in the Netherlands: Quiz

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Question 1: In ________, the Jewish population of Amsterdam was 6,200, with Ashkenazim and Sephardim in almost equal numbers.
January 1170019181616

Question 2: Anne Frank's father, ________, survived the war.
Margot FrankEdith Frank-HolländerPeople associated with Anne FrankOtto Frank

Question 3: In ________, while The Netherlands was under Napoleonic rule, all Dutch residents (including Jews) were obliged to register surnames with the civic authorities, a practice which among Jews had previously been followed only by Sephardim.
January 1181318121811

Question 4: In 1349 the Duke of Guelders was authorized by the ________ of the Holy Roman Empire of Germany to receive Jews in his duchy.
Charles V, Holy Roman EmperorSigismund, Holy Roman EmperorCharles IV, Holy Roman EmperorLouis IV, Holy Roman Emperor

Question 5: The latter is ________ of the Interprovinciaal Opperrabbinaat (the Dutch Rabbinical Organisation) and vice-president of Cheider.
SerbiaUnited StatesChief RabbiCyprus

Question 6: Most Jews became socialists during the early 20th century and were fully integrated into the socialist ________ before the Holocaust.
South Africa under apartheidSeparatismPillarisationNetherlands

Question 7: In 1477, by the marriage of ________ to the Archduke Maximilian, son of Emperor Frederick III, the Netherlands were united to Austria and its possessions passed to the crown of Spain.
Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia of SpainMary of BurgundyCharles the BoldPhilip the Good

Question 8: Anne Frank's mother, Edith Frank-Holländer, died in ________.
Action T4Treblinka extermination campAuschwitz concentration campOperation Reinhard

Question 9: In 1593 these Marranos arrived in Amsterdam after having been refused admission to Middelburg and ________.
HaarlemAlkmaarNorth HollandHaarlemmermeer

Question 10: Some 7,000 to 8,000 survived by fleeing to countries like ________, the United Kingdom and Switzerland, or by being married to non-Jews (which saved them from deportation and possible death).
SpainLuxembourgDenmarkPortugal







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