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Military of Estonia: Quiz


Question 1: The military resistance was ended with ________ and the Signal Battalion surrendered and was disarmed.
ArbitrationMediationNegotiationConflict resolution

Question 2: [13] Only the Estonian Independent Signal Battalion stationed in ________ at Raua Street continued to resist.

Question 3: In January 1919, the Estonian armed forces launched a counteroffensive, the May Offensive, under ________ Johan Laidoner.
Commander-in-chiefFranceGermanyNicolas Sarkozy

Question 4: The Õhuvägi has been rebuilding the destroyed military infrastructure left behind by the ________.
Russian Air ForceRed ArmyMoscowRussian Ground Forces

Question 5: The Estonian ________ is a defence force consisting of an Maavägi (Army), Merevägi (Navy), Õhuvägi (Air Force) and a paramilitary organization Kaitseliit (Defence League).
WarMilitary historyMilitaryMilitary science

Question 6: The ________ is among the countries with which Estonia has very close cooperation in the defence and security fields.
CanadaUnited StatesAlaskaPhilippines

Question 7: [5][6] The Estonian government was forced to give their assent to an agreement which allowed the ________ to establish military bases and station 25,000 troops on Estonian soil for "mutual defence".
Joseph StalinSoviet UnionEast GermanyRussia

Question 8: The Defence Forces are stationed within four defence districts with headquarters in ________, Tapa, Luunja, Pärnu.

Question 9: The Estonian military employs ________ (NATO interoperable) weapons and equipment acquired from Finland, Sweden, Germany, Denmark, Great Britain, the United States and Israel.
M16 rifleBrusselsAmmunitionSTANAG

Question 10: On 2 February 1920, the Peace Treaty of Tartu was signed by the ________ and Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic.


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