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Plötzensee Prison: Quiz


Question 1: ________
Helmuth James Graf von MoltkeAdolf HitlerFreya von MoltkeGermany

Question 2: Plötzensee Prison (German: Strafgefängnis Plötzensee) was a Prussian institution built between 1869 and 1879 near the lake Plötzensee, but in the neighbouring borough of ________, on Hüttigpfad off Saatwinkler Damm.
Spandau (locality)BerlinCharlottenburgKöpenick

Question 3: After ________ and until 1987, Plötzensee Prison was used to house youthful offenders between the ages of 14 and 20.
Second Sino-Japanese WarWorld War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupations

Question 4: Otto and Elise Hampel, the inspiration for ________'s 1947 protest novel, Every Man Dies Alone
GermanyBerlinJoseph GoebbelsHans Fallada

Question 5: All that remains now is the execution shed, a small brick building with two rooms, where the victims were either hanged or ________.
CrucifixionCapital punishmentDecapitationTorture

Question 6: Before Hitler's time, during Imperial and Weimar Republic eras (________1932) there were just 36 executions carried out in Plötzensee, all for murder and all by the beheading with an axe.

Question 7: During ________'s time in power from 1933 to 1945, more than 2,500 people were executed at Plötzensee Prison.
Nazi PartyAdolf HitlerNazi GermanySchutzstaffel

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