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Incendiary device: Quiz


Question 1: [citation needed] The ________ began the campaign of incendiary bombings with the bombing of London in 1940–41, and reprisal was exacted by the Allies in the strategic bombing campaign.
Nazi GermanyNazismAxis powersAdolf Hitler

Question 2: During the Vietnam War, the ________ developed the CBU-55, a cluster bomb incendiary fueled by propane, a weapon that was used only once in warfare.
United States armed forcesUnited States ArmyUnited States Army AfricaUnited States Marine Corps

Question 3: It takes very high temperatures to ignite, but when alight, it can burn through solid ________.
SteelIronStainless steelCarbon steel

Question 4: Modern incendiary bombs usually contain thermite, made from ________ and ferric oxide.

Question 5: The United States has confirmed the use of Mark 77s in ________.
Vietnam WarUnited States Marine CorpsCentral Intelligence AgencyIraq War

Question 6: Incendiary bombs, also known as firebombs, were used as an effective bombing weapon in ________ [1].
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarWorld War IISoviet occupations

Question 7: Incendiary weapons, Incendiary devices or incendiary bombs are ________ designed to start fires or destroy sensitive equipment using materials such as napalm, thermite, chlorine trifluoride, or white phosphorus.
Nuclear technologyAmmunitionCeramic engineeringBomb

Question 8: [2] Napalm proper is no longer used by the ________, although the kerosene-fueled Mark 77 MOD 5 Firebomb is currently in use.
CanadaUnited StatesPhilippinesAlaska

Question 9: The large bomb casing was filled with small sticks of incendiaries (________), and designed to open at altitude, scattering the bomblets in order to cover a wide area.
Bosnia and HerzegovinaInternational Red Cross and Red Crescent MovementCluster bombLand mine

Question 10: Incendiary devices have been used since the beginning of gunpowder warfare in the ________.
Late Middle AgesMiddle AgesHigh Middle AgesEarly Middle Ages


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