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Middle Eastern theatre of World War I: Quiz


Question 1: The Ottoman Empire was engaged in the Turco-Italian War and ________, which forced more restructuring of the army, only a few years before the First World War.
First Balkan WarRusso-Turkish War (1877–1878)Balkan WarsItalo-Turkish War

Question 2: The disastrous conflicts of ________ began.
Battle of SarikamishCaucasus CampaignBattle of BakuMiddle Eastern theatre of World War I

Question 3: The occupation had two stages: the de facto stage from November 13 1918 to March 20 1920, and the de jure stage from de facto to the days following the ________.
Treaty of LausannePartitioning of the Ottoman EmpireTreaty of Neuilly-sur-SeineTreaty of Sèvres

Question 4: The decision was reached after the ________, as the Central Powers were running short of men on the Eastern Front.
Brusilov OffensiveKerensky OffensiveEastern Front (World War I)Great Retreat (Russian)

Question 5: WIA:763,753[3]
POW (combined):145,104[3]
Canada and Iraq War resistersConscientious objectorUnited States armed forcesDesertion

Question 6: Late in 1917, Allenby's Egyptian Expeditionary Force smashed the Ottoman defenses and captured ________, and then captured Jerusalem just before Christmas.
NablusGazaPalestinian peopleBethlehem

Question 7: Foreign Minister ________ needed to provide troops for French commitment made in Sykes-Picot Agreement, which was still secret.
Aristide BriandGaston DoumergueRaymond PoincaréRené Viviani

Question 8: [7] Ottoman War Minister ________ claimed that if Russians could be beaten in the key cities of Persia, it could open the way to Azerbaijan, to Central Asia and to India.
Caucasus CampaignWorld War Iİsmail EnverArmenian Genocide

Question 9: The campaign represented something of a coming of age for Australia and New Zealand who celebrate 25 April as ________.
Papua New GuineaCanberraAnzac DayJapan

Question 10: There were also many irregular tribesmen the direction of the Emir Feisal and British advisers, of whom ________ is the best known.
JordanPalestineArab RevoltT. E. Lawrence


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