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Sakhalin: Quiz

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Question 1:
Where does Sakhalin come from?
Russia
Soviet Union, Russia
Poland, Lithuania, Belarus, Russia
, Soviet Russia, Commune of the Working People of Estonia

Question 2:
Sakhalin, Diomede Islands and Franz Josef Land are all:
Sakhalin Physiographic provinces Sea of Japan Islands of Russia

Question 3: [3] Sakhalin was claimed by both Russia and ________ in the course of the 19th and 20th centuries, which led to bitter disputes between the two countries over the control of the island.
CanadaJapanUnited KingdomCambodia

Question 4:

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  De Vries (1643) maps Sakhalin's eastern promontories, but is not aware that he is visiting an island (map from 1682).
  De Vries (1643) maps Sakhalin's eastern promontories, but is not aware that he is visiting an island (map from 1682).
  

Question 6: [10] While the predominant majority of Sakhalin Japanese were eventually evacuated to Japan in 1946–1950, tens of thousands of ________ (and a number of their Japanese spouses) remained in the Soviet Union.
Korean diasporaSakhalin KoreansKoreans in JapanKoryo-saram

Question 7:
Which of the following is an officially recognised ethnic group in Sakhalin?
0.5% Russian,
Visayan
5% Amerindian)
Russians, Koreans, Nivkhs, Oroks, Evenks and Yakuts.

Question 8:
Sakhalin, Sakhalin Husky and Nivkhs are all:
Sea of Okhotsk Sakhalin Oblast Sakhalin Physiographic provinces

Question 9: The rivers swarm with fish, especially species of ________ (Oncorhynchus).
SalmonWild fisheriesCrab fisheriesChinook salmon

Question 10: The Pliocene deposits contain a mollusc fauna more Arctic than that which exists at the present time, indicating probably that the connection between the Pacific and ________ was broader than it is now.
Indian OceanPacific OceanAtlantic OceanArctic Ocean







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