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Treaty of Lausanne: Quiz

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Question 1: [2] The Convention on the Turkish Straits lasted only thirteen years and was replaced with the ________ in 1936.
GreeceRussiaMontreux Convention Regarding the Regime of the Turkish StraitsTurkey

Question 2: ________ (descendants of the Ottoman dynasty) slowly acquired citizenship - the last one was in 1974.
Chronology of the Turkish War of IndependenceMalta exilesGreco-Turkish War (1919–1922)150 personae non gratae of Turkey

Question 3:
Treaty of Lausanne, International Olympic Committee and Lausanne are all:
Lausanne Mustafa Kemal Atat%C3%BCrk Treaties concluded in 1923 Treaties of the Kingdom of Greece

Question 4:
Treaty of Lausanne, Treaty of Svres and Eleftherios Venizelos are all:
World War I treaties Turkish War of Independence Eleftherios Venizelos Forced migration

Question 5: The fate of the province of Mosul was left to be determined through the ________.
United Nations Trusteeship CouncilParis Peace Conference, 1919League of NationsUnited Nations Day

Question 6: [2] Turkey also renounced its privileges in ________ which were defined by Article 10 of the Treaty of Ouchy in 1912 (per Article 22 of the Treaty of Lausanne in 1923).
LibyaEgyptMoroccoAlgeria

Question 7: The treaty also led to the international recognition of the sovereignty of the new Republic of Turkey as the successor state of the defunct ________.
Byzantine EmpireTurkish peopleIstanbulOttoman Empire

Question 8:
Treaty of Lausanne, Turkish War of Independence and Population exchange between Greece and Turkey are all:
Lausanne Eleftherios Venizelos Turkish War of Independence 1923 in Turkey

Question 9: Lord Curzon, the British Foreign Secretary of that time, was the chief negotiator for the Allies, while ________ negotiated on behalf of Greece.
Stephanos SkouloudisIoannis MetaxasEleftherios VenizelosKonstantinos Karamanlis

Question 10: [1] The treaty was the consequence of the Turkish War of Independence between the ________ and the Ankara-based Grand National Assembly of Turkey (Turkish national movement) led by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.
European theatre of World War IWorld War I casualtiesTreaty of VersaillesAllies of World War I







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