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Italian Campaign (World War I): Quiz


Question 1: The Italian campaign refers to a series of battles fought between the armies of ________ and Italy, along with their allies, in northern Italy between 1915 and 1918.
Ottoman EmpireHoly Roman EmpireAustria–HungaryGerman Empire

Question 2: As with most contemporary militaries, the Italian army primarily used horses for transport, and these failed to move supplies fast enough in the tough terrain of the ________.
HimalayasAlpsJura MountainsGeography

Question 3: The Sixth Battle of the Isonzo, launched by the Italians in August, resulted in a success greater than the previous attacks largely because the Austrians had depleted their lines for the ________.
Eastern Front (World War I)Great Retreat (Russian)Kerensky OffensiveBrusilov Offensive

Question 4: However, the ________ was poorly equipped in artillery, vehicles, and ammunition.
Italian ArmyRoyal Italian Army (1940–1946)AlpiniItaly

Question 5: In the spring of 1918, Germany pulled out its troops for use in its upcoming ________.
Spring OffensiveOperation MichaelHundred Days OffensiveWestern Front (World War I)

Question 6: The attack targeted ________, across the Piave.
TrevisoCrocetta del MontelloSuseganaVittorio Veneto

Question 7: The terms were arranged by telegraph with the Allied Authorities in ________, communicated to the Austrian Commander, and were accepted.
ParisMarseilleVersaillesÉvry, Essonne

Question 8: ________ decided for a two-pronged offensive, where it would prove impossible for the two forces to communicate in the mountains.
Archduke Eugen of AustriaArchduke Friedrich, Duke of TeschenFranz Joseph I of AustriaArchduke Joseph August of Austria

Question 9: The Battle of Vittorio Veneto heralded the dissolution of the ________ as an effective fighting force, and also triggered the disintegration of Austria-Hungary.
Austria–HungaryAustro-Hungarian NavyCount Franz Conrad von HötzendorfAustro–Hungarian Army

Question 10: The ________ began with a diversionary attack near the Tonale Pass named Lawine, which the Italians easily repulsed after two days of fight[7].
Battle of the Piave RiverBattle of Vittorio VenetoBattle of CaporettoItalian Campaign (World War I)


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