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Passport system in the Soviet Union: Quiz


Question 1: Urban population had to obtain ID cards at the local ________ departments, rural residents were serviced by volost ispolkoms (executive governmental offices).
Cyprus PoliceRomanian PoliceMilitsiyaSovereign Base Areas Police

Question 2: Abroad passports were handled by the ________ of the corresponding Soviet republic.
MontenegroAzerbaijanCyprusForeign minister

Question 3: In ________, similar cases have so far failed, and the system remains in place, although largely reduced.
Russian cultureRussiaMoscowUnited States

Question 4: The passports recorded the following information: surname, first name and ________, date and place of birth, nationality,[1] family status, propiska, and record of military service.
Romanian languageGrammatical genderPatronymicFamily name

Question 5: 2 Name disputed by Greece; see ________.
CyprusSerbiaAzerbaijanMacedonia naming dispute

Question 6: In the late ________ citizens of age sixteen or older had to have an internal passport.
East GermanyJoseph StalinSoviet UnionRussia

Question 7: Officially, propiska was introduced for statistical reasons: since in the ________ of the Soviet Union the distribution of goods and services was centralized, the overall distribution of population was to be monitored.
SocialismSocialist economicsLibertarian socialismPlanned economy

Question 8: Internal passports were used in the ________ for identification of persons for various purposes.
Joseph StalinSoviet UnionEast GermanyRussia

Question 9: Rural residents could not leave their place of residence for more than thirty days, and even for this leave a permit from a ________ was required.
SelsovietAdygeaBelgorod OblastBuryatia

Question 10: In ________, these laws were abolished by its Constitutional Court in 2001 on the grounds of unconstitutionality.


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