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Question 1: It obviously refers to the method to produce salt by heating salty ________.

Question 2: But with the help of reorganizations of salt production and trade and a growing ________ trade, there was an astonishingly fast recovery.
Chilean wineNew Zealand wineChardonnayWine

Question 3: The town was occupied by ________ troops on April 17, 1945 without serious resistance; though several buildings were destroyed or damaged, the historical old town suffered comparatively little.
United States armed forcesUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States Army AfricaUnited States Army

Question 4: The town joined the ________ very early.
Counter-ReformationEast–West SchismCrusadesProtestant Reformation

Question 5: The conflict was finally settled in 1280 by King Rudolph I of Habsburg; this allowed the undisturbed development into an Free Imperial City (Reichsstadt) of the ________.
FranciaHoly Roman EmpireByzantine EmpireGerman Empire

Question 6: This took place in 1802 — Hall lost its territory and its political independence and became a Oberamtsstadt (seat of an Oberamt, comparable to a ________).
CountyCityProvinceIndependent city

Question 7: The city administration was an early mover in the migration from Microsoft Windows to ________/Linux and open source software in the early years of the 21st century.

Question 8: Schwäbisch Hall (or Hall for short) is a town in the German state of Baden-Württemberg; it is the capital of the ________ of Schwäbisch Hall.
Independent cityProvinceMunicipalityDistrict

Question 9: During the Third Reich a ________ air base was built at Hessental.
Romanian Air ForceRoyal Air ForceHellenic Air ForceLuftwaffe

Question 10: The ________ brought the history of Hall as a Free Imperial City to an end.
Napoleonic WarsFirst French EmpireNapoleon IGrande Armée


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