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Reutlingen: Quiz


Question 1: It lies in the Southwest corner of Germany, right next to the ________, therefore it is often called The gate to the Swabian Jura (German: Das Tor zur Schwäbischen Alb).
Swabian AlbHarzOdenwaldBlack Forest

Question 2: ________ is a university of applied sciences, focusing on hands-on learning, which is apparent in their mandatory internship for all business majors.
Baden-WürttembergESB ReutlingenReutlingen UniversityGermany

Question 3: In 1803, in the wake of the ________, Reutlingen lost its independence in the German Mediatisation, being restored to Württemberg.
French Revolutionary ArmyFrench Revolutionary WarsGreat French WarFirst Coalition

Question 4: In 1377 Reutlingen was the scene of a victory by the Swabian League, formed on the previous year by 14 Swabian cities, led by ________, over the Count of Württemberg.

Question 5: So was Friedrich Schlotterbeck, socialist and author, and leader of a local group in the ________
Adolf HitlerGerman resistance20 July plotNazi Germany

Question 6: During ________, parts of the "V1 Vergeltungswaffe" or "Vengeance Weapon" (the wings) were manufactured in Reutlingen and the city became the target of several allied bombing raids.
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese WarWorld War II

Question 7: As a result of such struggles, Reutlingen became an Imperial City of the ________, free from allegiance to the Duke of Württemberg.
German EmpireByzantine EmpireHoly Roman EmpireFrancia

Question 8: Reutlingen is a city in southern Baden-Württemberg, ________.

Question 9: General Ferdinand Heim, later to be noted as the "Scapegoat of ________" was born in Reutlingen

Question 10: Along with the old ________ of Tübingen (about 15 km (9 miles) to the west), Reutlingen is the centre of the Neckar-Alb region.
Davidson CollegeDuke UniversityVassar CollegeCollege town


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