Siege of Sevastopol (1941–1942): Quiz

Question 1: The 11th Army, under von Manstein, was tasked with invading the ________ to secure the right flank of Army Group South during its advance into the Soviet Union.
South OssetiaNakhchivanCrimeaGagauzia

Question 2: Sevastopol was renamed as "Theodorichhafen" (according to ________, King of Ostrogoths) after fell of the city.
AlboinOdoacerTheodoric the GreatCharlemagne

Question 3: "________" (heavy Gustav) was installed at the former Tatar Khan's palace in Bakhchisaray and required several thousand personnel.
7.5 cm Pak 97/3815 cm Kanone 39Schwerer Gustav42 cm Gamma Mörser

Question 4: The defence of Sevastopol was provided mainly by the ________ and the Separate Coastal Army under Petrov (which had been shipped in from Odessa).
Black Sea FleetCrimeaBaltic FleetRussian Navy

Question 5: On 2 June the main barrage began, and all of the resources of the ________ Luftflotte 4, commanded by Wolfram von Richthofen, descended on their targets, continuing for five days before the main attack began.
Romanian Air ForceRoyal Air ForceHellenic Air ForceLuftwaffe

Question 6: On 26 December 1941 the Soviets landed on ________, and on 30 December executed another landing near Theodosia/Feodosiya, landing a total of 41,930 troops of the Soviet 44th and 51st Armies.

Question 7: The late date meant that inclement winter weather hindered the ________'s operations, and the Soviets used this to reinforce the enclave.
Royal Air ForceLuftwaffeHellenic Air ForceRomanian Air Force

Question 8: German 30th Corps - commanded by General der Infanterie ________
Hans-Jürgen von ArnimGeorg-Hans ReinhardtHans von SalmuthErich Hoepner

Question 9: The six remaining German divisions were now attacking eight rifle and four cavalry divisions, many of whom had been shipped in from ________ (occupied by Romanians) around the 16 October 1941.
OdessaOdessa OblastUkraineKiev

Question 10: The low numbers of defenders were further reduced by ________, who insisted upon a Soviet attack from the isthmus.
Winston ChurchillJoseph StalinHarry S. TrumanBoris Yeltsin

Source: The Full Wiki (–1942))