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Question 1: ________ - camp for Allied officers, located on Baltic coast
SzczecinStralsundGreifswaldStargard Szczeciński

Question 2: ________
Fort BlissFort Lee (Virginia)Fort KnoxList of POW camps in the United States

Question 3: Čelebići prison camp - Konjic, ________
Federation of Bosnia and HerzegovinaBrčko DistrictDubica, Bosnia and HerzegovinaRepublika Srpska

Question 4: Rock Island Prison - Rock Island, Illinois - a government owned island in the ________ [8]
Mississippi RiverIowaMinnesotaLouisiana

Question 5: The United States has refused to grant prisoner-of-war status to many prisoners captured during its 2001 invasion of Afghanistan and ________.
Post-invasion Iraq, 2003–present2003 invasion of IraqIraqi insurgencyRefugees of Iraq

Question 6: ________ and German occupied countries (Stalags), also see [12]
List of prisoner-of-war camps in GermanyStalag VIII-BStalag VII-AStalag Luft III

Question 7: The earliest known purposely built prisoner-of-war camp was established at Norman Cross, England in 1797 to house the increasing number of prisoners from the ________ and the Napoleonic Wars.
French Revolutionary ArmyGreat French WarFrench Revolutionary WarsFirst Coalition

Question 8: One of Congress' members offered his land outside of ________.
Charlottesville, VirginiaNorfolk, VirginiaRichmond, VirginiaAlexandria, Virginia

Question 9: Following General John Burgoyne's defeat at the ________ in 1777, several thousand British and German (Hessian and Brunswick) troops were marched to Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Battles of SaratogaSaratoga campaignSiege of Fort Ticonderoga (1777)New York and New Jersey campaign

Question 10: Since the barracks were barely sufficient in construction, the officers were ________ to live as far away as Richmond and Staunton.
ParoleDouble jeopardyPardonCapital punishment

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