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Question 1: Altogether, 1,670,000 civilians (18 percent of the population) were killed during the three years of German occupation,[196] including 245,000 Jews killed by the ________.
Karl Eberhard SchöngarthSchutzstaffelReinhard HeydrichEinsatzgruppen

Question 2: German physicians carried out such experiments at ________, Dachau, Buchenwald, Ravensbrück, Sachsenhausen and Natzweiler concentration camps.
Auschwitz concentration campTreblinka extermination campOperation ReinhardAction T4

Question 3: The most notorious massacre of Jews in the Soviet Union was at a ravine called ________ outside Kiev, where 33,771 Jews were killed in a single operation on September 29–30, 1941.
Babi YarFelix LandauOtto OhlendorfFriedrich Jeckeln

Question 4: Shimon Samuels, director for International Liaison of the ________, describes the acrimonious debate that exists between "specifists" and "universalists".
Holocaust denialSimon Wiesenthal CenterNeo-NazismAnti-Defamation League

Question 5: Jewish lawyers were disbarred, and in ________, Jewish lawyers and judges were dragged out of their offices and courtrooms, and beaten.
LeipzigChemnitzDresdenBerlin

Question 6: The Yad Vashem Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority in ________, writes that there is no precise figure for the number of Jews killed.
BeirutIsraelJerusalemDamascus

Question 7: [48] By January 30, 1940, historians estimate a total of 78,000 Jews had been deported to Lublin from Germany, ________ and Czechoslovakia.
HungaryPolandCzech RepublicAustria

Question 8: Bauer writes that "most [Roma] could not relate their stories involving these ________; as a result, most kept silent and thus increased the effects of the massive trauma they had undergone."[201]
Capital punishmentSlaveryHuman rightsTorture

Question 9: He was ________ at Landsberg Prison on June 2, 1948.
Capital punishmentHangingCapital punishment in the United KingdomCapital punishment in the United States

Question 10: In the ________, up to 581,000 Yugoslavs were killed by the Nazis and their Ustaše fascist allies in Yugoslavia.
BalkansEastern EuropeWestern EuropeEurope
















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