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Molotov cocktail: Quiz


Question 1: In action the wick is lit and the bottle hurled at a target such as a ________ or fortification.
BicycleCycle rickshawVehicleHuman-powered transport

Question 2: Molotov cocktails were eventually mass-produced by the Alko corporation at its Rajamäki distillery, bundled with ________ to light them.

Question 3: In its simplest form, a Molotov cocktail is a ________ bottle containing petrol fuel usually with a source of ignition such as a burning cloth wick held in place by the bottle's stopper.
MACORGlassBorosilicate glassCranberry glass

Question 4: In the United States, Molotov cocktails are considered "destructive devices" under the ________ and regulated by the ATF.
Second Amendment to the United States ConstitutionFederal Assault Weapons BanNational Firearms ActFirearm Owners Protection Act

Question 5: During the ________, the Soviet air force made extensive use of incendiaries and cluster bombs against Finnish troops and fortifications.
Continuation WarWinter WarWorld War IIEastern Front (World War II)

Question 6: In ________, Molotov cocktails were used by rioting paramilitary groups against the police, and they are also used to attack houses to burn the house or to intimidate the occupants.
Irish peopleScotlandUnited KingdomNorthern Ireland

Question 7: They also saw use during the ________, a border conflict ostensibly between Mongolia and Manchukuo that saw heavy fighting between Japanese and Soviet forces.
Eastern Front (World War II)World War IISoviet invasion of Manchuria (1945)Battle of Khalkhin Gol

Question 8: The original design of the Molotov cocktail was a mixture of ________, tar and gasoline in a 750 ml bottle.
Alcoholic beverageEthanolFlumazenil1,4-Butanediol

Question 9: This Finnish use of the hand- or sling-thrown explosive against Soviet tanks was repeated in the subsequent ________ between the two countries.
Vyborg–Petrozavodsk OffensiveEastern Front (World War II)Continuation WarWinter War

Question 10: The name "Molotov cocktail" is derived from ________, a Russian communist who was the Foreign Minister and Secretary of War of the Soviet Union during World War II.
Joseph StalinBoris YeltsinVyacheslav MolotovAndrei Gromyko

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