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Lower Dnieper Offensive: Quiz


Question 1: Subsequently, ________ was liberated in a separate offensive.

Question 2: The Battle of the Dnieper is listed among the ________.
List of battles by casualtiesWorld War IIInvasion of PolandWarsaw Uprising

Question 3: On 24 September, another bridgehead was created near Dneprodzerzhinsk, another on 25 September near ________ and yet another one on 28 September near Kremenchug.
UkraineDnipropetrovskDnipropetrovsk OblastKiev

Question 4: Some sources give very low figures (200,000 to 300,000 total casualties) which is much lower than the ________ for instance.
Battle of StalingradEastern Front (World War II)Battle of KurskBattle of Prokhorovka

Question 5: During the long retreat after Kursk, the Wehrmacht Heer and supporting ________ forces had managed to cross the Dnieper river to the West and reestablished defence along the Wotan fortified line.
Romanian Air ForceHellenic Air ForceRoyal Air ForceLuftwaffe

Question 6: The main axis of the offensive was in a southeasterly direction; the northern flank being largely stabilised, and the southern flank resting on the ________.
Sea of AzovBlack SeaBaltic SeaBarents Sea

Question 7: On the Soviet side, ________ was determined to pursue the recovery of the occupied territories, started at the beginning of the year.
Harry S. TrumanWinston ChurchillBoris YeltsinJoseph Stalin

Question 8: The operation begun on 24 August 1943 with divisions starting to move on a 1400-kilometer front stretching between Smolensk and the ________.
Baltic SeaSea of AzovBarents SeaBlack Sea

Question 9: The Lower Dnieper Offensive (also known as the "Battle of the Lower Dnieper") of took place in 1943 during the ________.
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese WarWorld War II

Question 10: The Ukrainian industrial region was the first priority, since it was a densely populated area, and its ________ mines and other ores would provide precious resources for the Soviet state.
Grid energy storageHydroelectricityCoalWind power


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