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Question 1: Consequently Urquhart ordered the 4m antennae to be used, which were useless due to physics of ________.
Ultra high frequencyRadio propagationMicrowaveHigh frequency

Question 2:
What was Operation Market Garden a part of?
the American Revolutionary War
US Pacific Fleet
the Allied advance from Paris to the Rhine
the Wars of Scottish Independence

Question 3: Lieutenant-General ________ claimed he needed this delay to sort out the confusion among his troops that had resulted from the battle in Nijmegen.
British ArmyWorld War IIOperation Market GardenBrian Horrocks

Question 4:
How many casualties were there in the Operation Market Garden?
15,130u201317,200 casualties
none
8 wounded
20 000 - 70 000

Question 5:
Which of the following was a combatant in the Operation Market Garden?
Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic
Pro-Bolshevik Ossetian rebels
Poland
French Union

Question 6: [13] The massive port of Antwerp was captured by Montgomery's troops on September 4,[14] but the ________ estuary leading to it was still under German control.
Antwerp (province)ScheldtDijleLille

Question 7:
Who was a commander in the Operation Market Garden?
Sir Henry Havelocku2020
LtGen Harry M. Wyatt III
Frederick Browning
Kirill Moskalenko

Question 8: [20] Advancing divisions US 12th Army Group left all their heavy artillery and half their medium artillery west of the ________, freeing their trucks to move supplies for other units.
NormandySeineFranceParis

Question 9: Several SS units, including an NCO training battalion and a panzergrenadier reserve battalion, were being prepared to enter combat and Luftwaffe and ________ personnel were being grouped into Fliegerhorst and Schiffstammabteilung formations.
KriegsmarineGerman Type VII submarineScharnhorst class battleshipKarl Dönitz

Question 10: [39] After Normandy the airborne forces had been withdrawn to reform in England, becoming the ________ of two British and three U.S.
Operation VarsityOperation Market Garden17th Airborne Division (United States)First Allied Airborne Army
















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