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Vinnytsia: Quiz


Question 1: ________ sited his easternmost headquarters FHQ Wehrwolf near the town and spent a number of weeks there in 1942 and early 1943.
SchutzstaffelNazi PartyNazi GermanyAdolf Hitler

Question 2: Oleh Ostapenko (b.1977) – football goalkeeper in ________
FC Vorskla PoltavaFC Metalist KharkivFC Shakhtar DonetskFC Dynamo Kyiv

Question 3: Vinnytsia (Ukrainian: Вінниця, pronounced [ˈwinnɪtsʲa]) (also known by other names) is a city located on the banks of the Southern Buh River, in central ________.

Question 4: More specifically, the city played a significant role during the ________ wars as well as during World War II.
Zaporozhian CossacksBohdan KhmelnytskyCossacksKuban Cossacks

Question 5: Vinnytsia is located about 260 km (160 mi) from the Ukrainian capital, ________, 429 km (267 mi) from the port city Odessa, and 369 km (229 mi) from Lviv.

Question 6: It is the administrative center of the ________ (province), as well as the administrative center of the surrounding Vinnytskyi Raion (district) within the oblast.
Kirovohrad OblastOdessa OblastVinnytsia OblastRivne Oblast

Question 7: The city itself is also designated as its own separate raion within the oblast, and rests in the historic region of ________.
PodoliaBessarabiaUkrainian People's RepublicBukovina

Question 8: ________ victims' graves were exhumed by the Germans in 1943.
Mass killings under Communist regimesGreat PurgeJoseph StalinMoscow Trials

Question 9: The ________ Command has been based in Vinnytsia since 1992.
Ukrainian Naval AviationUkrainian Ground ForcesRussian Air ForceUkrainian Air Force

Question 10: Since the end of World War II, Vinnytsia has been the home for a major ________ base, including an airfield, a hospital, arsenals, and other military installations.
LuftwaffeRoyal Air ForceTurkish Air ForceAir force

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