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Kłomino: Quiz


Question 1: According to the Polish edition of ________, in 1939 some 60,000 military personnel resided in Westfalenhof’s barracks.
Foreign PolicyNewsweekSlate (magazine)Reader's Digest

Question 2: The village of Kłomino, located in northwestern Poland (________, near Szczecinek) is the only official ghost town in Poland.
Szczecin VoivodeshipŚwinoujścieKoszalinWest Pomeranian Voivodeship

Question 3: Westfalenhof was captured by the advancing ________ in January 1945, and after World War Two it remained in Soviet hands, as a military base.
RussiaRed ArmyEastern Front (World War II)Soviet Armed Forces

Question 4: The debris was sent to ________, to help rebuild the destroyed city.

Question 5: In the 1930s, the ________ planners built a large military base here, together with a training ground.
WehrmachtAdolf HitlerAlbert KesselringEastern Front (World War II)

Question 6: [5] The derelict village became one of hundreds of former military installations in countries of the former ________ — Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.
Eastern BlocIron CurtainJoseph StalinBerlin Wall

Question 7: [1] Originally known as Westfalenhof, it was a large garrison and training ground of the German ________.
WehrmachtEastern Front (World War II)Adolf HitlerAlbert Kesselring

Question 8: In June 1940, the camp was named Oflag II D Gross-Born, and soon afterwards, ________ officers were brought to it in such numbers that in early 1941 there were 3731 of them.
French ArmyFAMASMortier 120mm Rayé Tracté Modèle F1MILAN

Question 9: For around a year, the village was guarded by the ________, then it was transferred to the civilian authorities.
KTO RosomakPolish Land ForcesPolandPolish Armed Forces

Question 10: Kłomino, located in a sparsely populated and densely wooded area of former German province of ________, in the early 20th century was a little village known as Westfalenhof.
PomeraniaGreifswaldRecovered TerritoriesSzczecin


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