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Question 1: [3][11] Meanwhile the ________ redoubled its efforts to ferret out ZOW members, succeeding in killing many of them.
Heinrich HimmlerGestapoAdolf HitlerNazi Germany

Question 2: [3] In April 1947, he began collecting evidence on Soviet atrocities and on the prosecution of Poles (mostly members of the Home Army and the 2nd Polish Corps) and their executions or imprisonment in Soviet ________.
Katyn massacreGulagJoseph StalinMolotov–Ribbentrop Pact

Question 3: [3] By 1940, TAP had approximately 8,000 men (more than half of them armed), some 20 ________ and several anti-tank rifles.
M2 Browning machine gunFirearmMachine gunAssault rifle

Question 4: [3] Assigned to ________ regimen, in 1926, ensign, or the second lieutenant of the reserves; while in the reserves, he would subsequently actively support local paramilitary training activities.

Question 5: [3] He also studied at the ________ in Wilno, and rebuilt his family estate, ruined during the war.
Vilnius UniversityUniversity College DublinTallinn UniversityVilnius

Question 6: [3] When his sector of the front was overrun by the ________, his unit for a time conducted partisan warfare behind enemy lines.
Russian Social Democratic Labour PartyVladimir LeninBolshevikMenshevik

Question 7: Pilecki subsequently joined the regular ________ and took part in the Polish-Soviet War of 1919–1920, serving under Major Jerzy Dąbrowski.
Polish Land ForcesPolandKTO RosomakPolish Armed Forces

Question 8: On July 9, 1945, Pilecki was liberated from the POW camp, and soon afterwards he joined the ________, which was stationed in Italy, where he wrote a monograph on Auschwitz.
15th Poznań Uhlans RegimentAnders ArmyII Corps (Poland)Polish contribution to World War II

Question 9: After the Polish-Soviet War ended in 1921 with the ________, Pilecki passed his high-school graduation exams (matura) in Wilno, and passed the exams for an NCO position in the Polish Army.
Territorial changes of PolandSuwałki AgreementPolish CorridorPeace of Riga

Question 10: [3] In the ________, he worked on his family's farm in the village of Sukurcze, and was known as a social work activist and an amateur painter.
Early Middle AgesHigh Middle AgesInterwar periodPolish–Lithuanian Commonwealth

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