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Question 1: He went in ________, for the second time, but for the first time as a president, to reinforce the Franco-Russian Alliance, after Sarajevo, in July 1914.
RussiaMoscowRussian cultureUnited States

Question 2: ________ - Minister of Hygiene, Welfare Work, and Social Security Provisions
Paul StraussJesse Jackson2008 Democratic National ConventionMichael D. Brown (Washington D.C. politician)

Question 3: Along with other followers of "Opportunist" Léon Gambetta, Poincaré founded the ________ (ARD) in 1902, which became the most important center-right party under the Third Republic.
Léon BlumRadical Party (France)Democratic Republican AlliancePierre Waldeck-Rousseau

Question 4: ________ - Minister of Public Instruction, Fine Arts, and Technical Education
Edmond de GoncourtColetteFrench literatureJean Cocteau

Question 5: Educated at the ________, Raymond was called to the Paris bar, and was for some time law editor of the Voltaire.
University of ParisUniversity of HeidelbergMedieval universityUniversity of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne

Question 6: He became increasingly sidelined after the accession to power of ________ as Prime Minister in 1917.
Aristide BriandJules Armand DufaureGeorges ClemenceauFrançois Guizot

Question 7: ________ - Minister of Foreign Affairs
Raymond PoincaréRené VivianiGaston DoumergueAristide Briand

Question 8: This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
Public domainCopyright infringementCopyrightIntellectual property

Question 9: ________ urged Poincaré to invoke his powers as laid down in the Constitution and take over the negotiations of the treaty due to worries that Clemenceau was not achieving France's aims.
World War IParisJohn J. PershingFerdinand Foch

Question 10: As early as in 1915, Raymond Poincaré introduced a controversial denaturalization law which was applied to naturalized ________ with "enemy origins" who had continued to maintain their original nationality.
French nationality lawIrish nationality lawItalian nationality lawGerman nationality law

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