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Italian battleship Littorio: Quiz

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Question 1: On 17 December, she took part in the ________.
Second Battle of SirteOperation VigorousBattle of CalabriaFirst Battle of Sirte

Question 2: She was named after the Lictor ("Littorio" in Italian), in ancient times the bearer of the Roman fasces, which was adopted as the symbol of Italian ________.
TotalitarianismItalian FascismFascismNazism

Question 3: Littorio was an Italian Vittorio Veneto class battleship that served in the ________ during World War II.
East African Campaign (World War II)Italy's Mare NostrumRegia MarinaTrento class cruiser

Question 4: The battleship was in Taranto harbour during the ________ on 11 November 1940, during which she received three torpedo hits, which caused relatively minor damage requiring five months repairs.
Battle of CalabriaBattle of the MediterraneanAttack on Mers-el-KébirBattle of Taranto

Question 5: She was assigned to the distant covering force for the convoy M42, which was bound for North Africa, carrying supplies for Rommel's ________.
Afrika KorpsWestern Desert Campaign21st Panzer Division (Germany)Hans von Luck

Question 6: Her keel was laid down in 1934 at the Ansaldo shipyards in ________; she was launched in 1937, and her construction was completed in 1940, after Italy entered in war against France and United Kingdom.
VeniceFlorenceRomeGenoa

Question 7: The convoy was transporting supplies to the island of ________.
CyprusUnited StatesMaltaPhilippines

Question 8: After the 8 September armistice, she was stationed in the Great Bitter Lake in ________ until the end of the war.
EgyptSyriaMoroccoCyprus

Question 9: On 22 March, she participated in the ________, as the flagship for an Italian force attempting to destroy a British convoy bound for Malta.
Battle of Cape MatapanFirst Battle of SirteOperation VigorousSecond Battle of Sirte







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