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Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia: Quiz


Question 1: The vast majority of Romani in the Czech Republic today are actually descended from migrants from Slovakia who moved there during the post-war years in ________.
Czech and Slovak Federal RepublicCzechoslovak Socialist RepublicCzechoslovakiaCzechoslovak Republic (1918–1938)

Question 2: This came to an end with the surrender of Germany to the ________ in 1945.
Allies of World War IITimeline of World War II (1941)Second Sino-Japanese WarTimeline of World War II (1939)

Question 3: Romani internees were sent to the Lety and Hodonín concentration camps before being transferred to ________ for gassing.
Treblinka extermination campOperation ReinhardAction T4Auschwitz concentration camp

Question 4: Most of the Czech population obeyed quiescently up until the final months preceding the end of the war, while thousands were involved in the ________.
Resistance during World War IIAxis powersResistance movementWorld War II

Question 5: Gestapo activities were directed mainly against Czech politicians and the ________.
Central EuropeSoviet UnionRussiaIntelligentsia

Question 6: Heydrich's successor, Colonel General Kurt Daluege, ordered mass arrests and executions and the destruction of the villages of ________ and Ležáky.
Lány (Kladno District)Pavlov (Kladno District)LidiceSlaný

Question 7: SS-hardliner ________ was appointed Deputy Reichsprotektor of Bohemia and Moravia.
SchutzstaffelReinhard HeydrichEinsatzgruppenGeneralplan Ost

Question 8: During ________, on September 27, 1941, the Reich adopted a more radical policy in the protectorate.
World War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 9: On June 4, 1942, Heydrich died after being wounded by an assassin in ________.
Operation AnthropoidAdolf OpálkaOut DistancePrague uprising

Question 10: Political parties were banned, and many Communist Party leaders fled to the ________.
Soviet UnionEast GermanyJoseph StalinRussia

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