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Question 1: The Ukrainian Soviet government was nearly powerless in the face of the centralized monolith Communist Party apparatus based in ________.
MoscowParisLondonRussia

Question 2: In the new state, Ukrainians initially enjoyed a titular nation position during the nativization and ________ periods.
Ukrainian People's RepublicUkraineOrange RevolutionUkrainization

Question 3: During the First World War, Ukraine was in the front lines of the main combatants, the Entente-allied Russian Empire and Romania, and the Central Powers of the German Empire and ________.
Mongol EmpireOttoman EmpireHoly Roman EmpireAustria–Hungary

Question 4: The war is portrayed in ________'s novel The White Guard.
RussiaRussiansMikhail BulgakovJoseph Stalin

Question 5: Despite the harassment from Makhno, the Hetmanate enjoyed relative peace until November 1918 when the ________ were defeated on the Western Front, and part of the agreement from entente was a complete withdrawal from Ukraine.
Balkans Campaign (World War I)World War ISerbian Campaign (World War I)Central Powers

Question 6: A month later, the Ukrainian People's Republic was declared in ________ as an autonomous entity with close ties to the Russian Provisional Government, and governed by a socialist-dominated Tsentralna Rada ("Central Council").
KievMoscowRigaMinsk

Question 7: Also involved were foreign interventionists, in particular ________ and Romania.
United KingdomCanadaFranceItaly

Question 8: The Ukranians proclaimed a Western Ukrainian People's Republic, which wished to reunite with Ukraine proper, while the Poles gave their allegiance to the newly formed ________.
Józef PiłsudskiPolandSecond Polish RepublicWładysław Sikorski

Question 9: Again facing imminent defeat, the UNR turned to its former adversary, ________ and in April 1920, Symon Petliura signed the Warsaw pact to fight the Bolsheviks.
PolandGermanyHungaryGreece

Question 10: During the 1930s, a massive famine, ________, struck the republic claiming several millions of lives.
DekulakizationJoseph StalinHolodomorEastern Bloc







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