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Question 1:
What was Hundred Days Offensive a part of?
the Western Front of the First World War
the Chinese Civil War
Mount Auburn Historic District
the First Indochina War

Question 2:
Where did Hundred Days Offensive take place?
Khe Sanh Combat Base, Quang Tri Province, Republic of Vietnam
South Ossetia, northeast Georgia
Armenia, Syria and Anatolia in Asia minor
Amiens, France to Mons, Belgium

Question 3:
Who was a commander in the Hundred Days Offensive?
Ferdinand de Marsin
Ferdinand Koenig
Ferdinand Foch
Ferdinand IV

Question 4:
Which of the following was a combatant in the Hundred Days Offensive?
United Kingdom
Portugal
* Francen* State of Vietnam nHmong mercenaries
Poland

Question 5: Foch now planned a great concentric attack on the German lines in France (the Grand Offensive), with the various axes of advance converging on Liege in ________.
DenmarkSpainUnited KingdomBelgium

Question 6:
How many casualties were there in the Hundred Days Offensive?
3 British killed
6 RIC dead, several British soldiers wounded
411,636 British Empire
50,000 British

Question 7: When Operation Marne-Rheims ended in July, the Allied supreme commander, the French Marshal ________, ordered a counter-offensive which became the Second Battle of the Marne.
ParisWorld War IJohn J. PershingFerdinand Foch

Question 8: The collapse in German morale led ________ to dub it "the Black Day of the German Army".
Erich LudendorffWilhelm II, German EmperorAdolf HitlerWorld War I

Question 9: Foch agreed on a proposal by Field Marshal Douglas Haig, the commander of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF), to strike on the Somme, east of ________ and southwest of the 1916 battlefield of the Battle of the Somme.
CorbieContyAbbevilleAmiens

Question 10: The British Army had also been reinforced by large numbers of troops returned from campaigns in Palestine and Italy, and large numbers of replacements previously held back in Britain by Prime Minister ________.
Bonar LawStanley BaldwinDavid Lloyd GeorgeWinston Churchill







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