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Question 1: In the beginning of 1944 Sproģis reported to Moscow that only 1500 ________ were transferred to Latvia.
Soviet partisansBelarusian partisansResistance during World War IIEastern Front (World War II)

Question 2: Žanis Lipke risked his life to save more than 50 ________.
JewsJewish ethnic divisionsAntisemitismSephardi Jews

Question 3: Because of lack of local support to Soviet partisan units they were based in woods in ________ and Russia and only made raids into Latvia, afterwards retreating to their bases across the border.
BelarusSerbiaBosnia and HerzegovinaAzerbaijan

Question 4: The Latvian resistance movement was divided between the pro-independence units under the Latvian Central Council and the pro-Soviet units under the Central Staff of the Partisan Movement in ________.
ParisLondonMoscowRussia

Question 5: ________
Resistance in Lithuania during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIParticipants in World War II

Question 6: Civic circles in Latvia were dissatisfied with the German occupation regime and secretly plotted to reinstate ________.
John LockeDemocracyAuthoritarianismGottfried Leibniz

Question 7: Around 22,000 deserted both from the Red Army and German Army during 1943–45 in ________.
LatviaEstoniaLithuaniaPoland

Question 8: The periodical propagated the idea of renewing ________ in Latvia after the war.
AuthoritarianismDemocracyJohn LockeGottfried Leibniz

Question 9: ________
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIResistance during World War IIParticipants in World War IISoviet occupations

Question 10: From 1945 to 1956, around 100,000 were involved in the ________ resistance movement.
Forest BrothersEastern Front (World War II)EstoniaLithuanian partisans







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