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Sudetenland: Quiz


Question 1: In the years of Great Depression the mostly mountainous regions populated by the German minority, together with other peripheral regions in ________, were hurt by economic depression more than the inland.
CzechoslovakiaCzechoslovak Socialist RepublicCzechoslovak Republic (1918–1938)Czech Republic

Question 2: Despite this, on 4 December 1938 there were elections in Reichsgau Sudetenland, in which 97.32% of the adult population voted for ________.
Adolf HitlerNazi PartyNazismSchutzstaffel

Question 3: President Woodrow Wilson sent ambassador Archibald Coolidge into the newly created state ________.
Czechoslovak Republic (1918–1938)Czechoslovak Socialist RepublicCzech RepublicCzechoslovakia

Question 4: In these years, the parties of German nationalists and later the Sudetendeutsche Party (SdP) with its radical demands gained immense popularity among ________.
Danube SwabiansVolksdeutscheGermans in Czechoslovakia (1918–1938)Ethnic Germans

Question 5: After World War I, ________ broke apart.
Ottoman EmpireGerman EmpireHoly Roman EmpireAustria–Hungary

Question 6: Only a few weeks afterwards, "________" occurred.
KristallnachtWorld War IIAxis powersThe Holocaust

Question 7: The Czech part of Czechoslovakia was subsequently invaded by Germany in March 1939, with a portion being annexed and the remainder turned into the ________.
Protectorate of Bohemia and MoraviaCzechoslovak Republic (1918–1938)Czechoslovak government-in-exileSecond Czechoslovak Republic

Question 8: The Sudetenland was initially put under military administration, with General ________ as Military governor.
Hermann GöringWerner von BlombergWilhelm KeitelAdolf Hitler

Question 9: Konrad Henlein (now openly a ________ member) administered the district first as Reichskommissar (until 1 May 1939) and then as Reichsstatthalter (1 May 1939–4 May 1945).
SchutzstaffelNazi PartyNazismAdolf Hitler

Question 10: The high unemployment made people more open to populist and extremist movements (________, Fascism and German irredentism).
CommunismSocialismMarxismCommunist state

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