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Military history of Puerto Rico: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: As citizens of the United States, Puerto Ricans have participated in every major United States military engagement from ________.
Caucasus CampaignArmenian GenocideWestern Front (World War I)World War I

Question 2: During ________, over 53,000 Puerto Ricans served within the U.S.
Soviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War II

Question 3: Armed only with spears and ________, under the command of Captain Antonio de los Reyes Correa, 30 militia members defended the city from the British, who were armed with muskets and swords.
MacheteKnifeScalpelTumi

Question 4: The Fijo served in the defense of Puerto Rico and other Spanish overseas possessions, performing in battles in Santo Domingo, other islands in the Caribbean, and South America, most notably in ________.
CubaArgentinaEcuadorVenezuela

Question 5: The United States declared ________ in Puerto Rico and sent the Puerto Rico National Guard to attack Jayuya.
Martial lawPakistanRahimuddin KhanIsrael

Question 6: They fought alongside General Bernardo de Gálvez during the ________ in the battles of Baton Rouge, Mobile, Pensacola and St. Louis.
United StatesSaratoga campaignAmerican Revolutionary WarNew York and New Jersey campaign

Question 7: Llopis, who was born in San Juan, was named Chief of Staff of the Spanish Army of Africa, after his victories in the Rif War, took the Balearic Islands and by order of Franco, suppressed the rebellion of ________.
AsturiasCantabriaOviedoBoal

Question 8: Canales led the group into the town square where the illegal light blue version of the ________ was raised.
Puerto RicoFlags of the U.S. statesFlags of North AmericaFlags of Puerto Rico

Question 9: ________
Puerto Ricans in World War II65th Infantry Regiment (United States)Puerto Ricans in the Vietnam WarPuerto Ricans Missing in Action in the Vietnam War

Question 10: The ________ of 1962 was the most important direct confrontation.
Cuban ProjectFidel CastroCuban Missile CrisisJohn F. Kennedy
















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