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Question 1: Pullman Company troop sleeper #8483 stands idle at ________ on April 22, 1946.
BostonPhoenix, ArizonaColorado Springs, ColoradoDenver

Question 2: The cars also came outfitted with two enclosed toilets and a ________ cooler.
AzerbaijanMoroccoDrinking waterWater purification

Question 3: Today, preserved troop sleepers can be seen in several ________ across the United States.
Freilassing Locomotive WorldAugsburg Railway ParkList of railway museumsUlm Railway Society

Question 4: As there were not enough cars and coaches available to meet the massive need for troop transit created by ________, in late 1943 the U.S.
Soviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 5: Office of Defense Transportation contracted with the ________ to build 2,400 troop sleepers, and with American Car and Foundry (ACF) to build 440 troop kitchen cars.
AmtrakPullman CompanyAtchison, Topeka and Santa Fe RailwayGeorge Pullman

Question 6: Maritime Commission but bearing ATSF markings, were fitted with conventional knuckle couplers at each end of the ________ and pressed into service to handle the additional passenger loads.
Rail transportPassenger car (rail)TrainTrain station

Question 7: Between December, 1941 and June, 1945 ________ carried almost 44 million armed services personnel.
List of common carrier freight railroads in the United StatesBessemer and Lake Erie RailroadNew York, Susquehanna and Western RailwayIndiana and Ohio Railway







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