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Question 1: The Soviet government structure tended to exaggerate the power of Soviet weapons to the leadership and ________.
Joseph StalinJohn F. KennedyBoris YeltsinNikita Khrushchev

Question 2: Scientists in the ________, then an ally of the United States, were aware of the possibility of nuclear weapons and had been doing some work in that direction[2].
East GermanyRussiaSoviet UnionJoseph Stalin

Question 3: The weapon (called "Joe One" by the West) was more or less a copy of the weapon which the United States had dropped on Japan ("________").
Trinity (nuclear test)Little BoyFat ManManhattan Project

Question 4: During the war Soviet efforts had been limited by a lack of uranium, but new supplies in ________ were taken and provided a steady supply while the Soviets developed a domestic source.
Central EuropeEastern EuropeBalkansWestern Europe

Question 5: In 1998 India, under ________ government, test detonated 5 more nuclear weapons.
Manmohan SinghAtal Bihari VajpayeeBharatiya Janata PartyBharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha

Question 6: Both nations quickly began work on hydrogen bombs and the ________ detonated the first such device on November 1, 1952.
United StatesAlaskaCanadaPhilippines

Question 7: In the USA, the plutonium production facility at Hanford, Washington and the ________ fabrication facility at Rocky Flats, Colorado are among the most polluted sites.
Nuclear weapon designBerylliumPit (nuclear weapon)W80 (nuclear warhead)

Question 8: According to The Nuclear Threat Initiative, based on ________'s information, Israel had approximately 200 nuclear explosive devices by 1980 and a Jericho missile delivery system .
Mordechai VanunuJerusalemNuclear weapons and IsraelMossad

Question 9: The first nuclear weapon was created by the American Manhattan Project during the Second World War and was developed for use against the ________[1].
Italian Social RepublicAxis powersIon AntonescuNazi Germany

Question 10: The most important development in terms of delivery in the 1950s was the introduction of ________.
Intercontinental ballistic missileAir-to-air missileBallistic missileAnti-ballistic missile







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