World War I: Quiz


Question 1: entered the war, as Fortescue immediately re-enlisted, sustaining wounds at Montfaucon d'Argonne in the ________, September 1918.
Meuse-Argonne OffensiveSpring OffensiveWestern Front (World War I)Hundred Days Offensive

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  The Entente in Macedonia. From left to right: soldiers from Indochina, France, Senegal, Great Britain, Russia, Italy, Serbia, Greece, and India.
  Ethno-linguistic map of Austria–Hungary, 1910
  This photograph shows an emaciated Indian Army soldier who survived the Siege of Kut.
  1917 – Execution at Verdun at the time of the mutinies.

Question 3:
How many casualties were there in the World War I?
700 military dead,
125+ military and civilian killed
Military dead:
u22484,440,000+ military casualties

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  Vladimir Illyich Lenin
  American soldiers on the Piave front hurling a shower of hand grenades into the Austrian trenches
  Allied, central, and neutral powers
  Lettow surrendering his forces to the British at Abercorn

Question 5: [6] The plan called for the right flank of the German advance to converge on Paris and initially, the Germans were very successful, particularly in the ________ (14–24 August).
Battle of the FrontiersBattle of the SommeWestern Front (World War I)First Battle of the Marne

Question 6:
Which of the following was a combatant in the World War I?
|border Bulgaria
Principality of Bulgaria
Government of Bulgaria

Question 7: Wilson was under pressure from former president ________, who denounced German acts as "piracy".
Frank KnoxTheodore RooseveltCharles Evans HughesWilliam Howard Taft

Question 8:
Where did World War I take place?
Violence extended to England, the Republic of Ireland, and mainland Europe.
East Central Spain
Europe, Africa and the Middle East
Europe: Northern Italy

Question 9: In January, 1918, Russia, allied to Romania, had to withdraw its troops from the Romanian front and Romanian forces established control over ________.

Question 10: [156] Some 11,800 British Empire soldiers; most of them Indians, became prisoners after the Siege of Kut, in ________, in April 1916; 4,250 died in captivity.
BabyloniaMesopotamiaAkkadian EmpireSumer

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