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Blitzkrieg Across Europe

What do you know about Blitzkrieg Across Europe?  Try this US World War II History Made Easy Quiz.  "Check Your Answers" at the end of the page.

1) How many days did it take for the German Luftwaffe (air force) to destroy the Polish air force?Alan's Dad (WW2 Vet) - History Made Easy powered by ABE.

  1. 3 days

  2. 3 weeks

  3. 3 months

2) On September 3, 1939, Britain declared war on German.  German submarine torpedoed and san a passenger liner Athenia.  The attack killed 112 people. 
How many American were killed in the attack?

  1. 18

  2. 28

  3. 38

3) The British made their first attack on Germany. 
What was the attack?

  1. 13 tons of leaflets dropped

  2. Commando attack on German territory

  3. British battleships shelling the German navy

4) On September 19, 1939, Soviets attacked eastern Poland. 
When did Poland surrender?

  1. September 18, 1939

  2. September 27, 1939

  3. September 30, 1939

5) On November 8, 1939, Hitler went to Munich to celebrate the sixteenth anniversary of he Beer Hall Putsch.
What happened at the party?

  1. An assassination attempt on Hitler

  2. A British air attack

  3. A French commando raid in Munich

6) Romania provided Germany with essential natural resources. 
What was the most important natural resource from Romania?

  1. Oil

  2. Coal

  3. Iron ore

7) Sweden had an agreement with Germany to provide them with high-grade iron ore and ball bearings.  When did the U.S. and Britain arrange a trade agreement to curtail German exports?

  1. 1940

  2. 1943

  3. 1945

8) On November 30, 1939, what country did the Soviets invade?

  1. Sweden

  2. Finland

  3. Denmark

9) On March 15, 1940, the Finnish Parliament accepted Soviet peace terms.  The Soviets lost 200,000 soldiers. 
How many did the Finns lose?

  1. 25,000 soldiers

  2. 250,000 soldiers

  3. 500,000 soldiers

10) In April 1940, Stalin ordered 5,000 Polish officers taken into the Katyn forest.  The murdered soldiers were buried in mass graves. 
When were documents released that showed that the Soviet secret police carried out the Katyn Massacre?

  1. 1943

  2. 1963

  3. 1989


Blitzkrieg Across Europe (Answers)

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