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Serbian Campaign (World War I): Quiz


Question 1: This would allow the Germans to send military supplies and even troops to help the ________.
IstanbulOttoman EmpireTurkeyTurkish people

Question 2: With the Allied loss in the ________ and the Russian defeat at Gorlice, King Ferdinand signed a treaty with Germany and on September 23, 1915, began mobilizing for war.
Gallipoli CampaignSinai and Palestine CampaignMiddle Eastern theatre of World War IWorld War I

Question 3: When World War I ended, the Treaty of Neuilly gave Greece ________, and Serbia some minor territorial concessions from Bulgaria.
Western ThraceKomotiniAlexandroupoliMacedonia (Greece)

Question 4: Under pressure of its allies, Serbia conducted a limited offensive across the Sava river into the Austro-Hungarian ________ with its Serbian First Army.
SyrmiaBelgradeSremska MitrovicaVojvodina

Question 5: [2] According to the ________, in 1915 alone 150,000 people are estimated to have died during the worst typhus epidemics in world history.
The New York Times CompanyInternational Herald TribuneThe Boston GlobeThe New York Times

Question 6: [3] The number of civilian deaths is estimated by some sources at 650,000, primarily due to the typhus outbreak and ________, but also direct clashes with the occupiers.
Food securityFamineMalnutritionOverpopulation

Question 7: When Bulgaria began mobilizing, the French and British sent two divisions, but they arrived late in the Greek town of ________.
PatrasThessalonikiCorfu (city)Athens

Question 8: Both the Allies and the ________ tried to get Bulgaria to pick a side in the Great War.
Central PowersBalkans Campaign (World War I)Romania during World War ISerbian Campaign (World War I)

Question 9: The ________ had been decimated towards the end of the war, falling from about 420,000 [1] at its peak to about 100,000 at the moment of liberation.
Yugoslav People's ArmySerbian Land ForcesSerbian Air Force and Air DefenceBelgrade

Question 10: However, Russia was the more dangerous enemy, and furthermore, with the entry of Italy into the war on the Allied side, the Austro-Hungarians had their hands full (see the ________).
Central PowersWestern Front (World War I)Italian Campaign (World War I)Balkans Campaign (World War I)


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