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Question 1: Captured partisans or civilians were often ________.
TortureHuman rightsSlaveryCapital punishment

Question 2: ________ and Reggio Emilia were liberated on April 24.
ParmaFidenzaSalsomaggiore TermeBardi, Italy

Question 3: This rebellion led to the establishment of a number of provisional partisan governments throughout the mountainous regions of northern Italy, of which Ossola was the most important and received recognition from ________ and from Allied consulates in Switzerland.

Question 4: Turin and ________ were liberated on April 25 when fascists retired.
RomeMilanItalyCorbetta, Italy

Question 5: Some of the most notorious events were the ________, the Marzabotto massacre, and the Sant'Anna di Stazzema massacre.
Herbert KapplerAlbert KesselringMassacre in RomeArdeatine massacre

Question 6: The movement was initially composed of independent troops, spontaneously formed by members of political parties previously outlawed by the Fascist regime, or by former officers of the disbanded Royal Army loyal to the ________.
CoronationMonarchyConstitutional monarchyCrown jewels

Question 7: ________ (7 Jul - 27 Aug)

Question 8: During the war, German and Italian Fascist soldiers committed a number of other ________ including:
Command responsibilityCrime against humanityWar crimeNuremberg Trials

Question 9: The Germans profited greatly from the weakness of the Fascist ________ in Northern Italy.
DictatorshipPuppet stateFascismMonarchy

Question 10: One was the Alpenvorland and it was to comprise the region of Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol and the ________.
Cortina d'AmpezzoFeltreProvince of BellunoVodo di Cadore

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