Ian and Callum's History Quizzes To Get Your Brain Cells Working - Part 3 - World War 2 in Europe
World War 2 in Europe Quiz
Hello there - the two cheeky chappies from the UK are here again with the third quiz in our series. This one is about World War 2 in Europe.
So we hope you get strapped in and have a go. The questions are all multiple choice and there are 10 of them.
We hope you enjoy interacting and learning with us.
Ian and Callum.
(alian346 and calpol25)
Here Are The Instructions :
1 - Get a pen or pencil and a piece of paper, if you're technologically challenged like me or open a document if you're not!
2 - Answer the questions below on your piece of paper or in your document. There is only ONE correct answer.
3 - Then check your answers at the bottom of the Hub.
4 - Answer the poll and tell us how many you really got right.
Please don't lie and cheat by going to the answers straight away or look them up on the net - have a go and if you dont know the answer, move on to the next question - or just GUESS!
Come on this is fun and we are sure you will all enjoy it.
Reinhard Heydrich, who was responsible for the Wansee Conference, was severely injured in 1942 in his open-topped Mercedes. He subsequently died. As a reprisal for this a village was raised to the ground and the inhabitants murdered. In which city was Heydrich killed and what is the name of the village which was obliterated?
A Prague and Oradour
B Vienna and Lidice
C Vienna and Oradour
D Prague and Lidice.
After the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union on 1941 the Einsatzgruppen followed on after the Wermacht and murdered countless civilians. Which of the following commanded one of these groups?
A Friedrich Paulus
B Erwin Rommel
C Arthur Nebe
D Heinrich Himmler.
In which year did the UK, France and Poland declare war on Nazi Germany?
When D-Day occurred in June 1944, what was the codename of one of the Normandy beaches the US troops landed on?
In which year did the Germans march into Austria and sign the Anschluss?
Which country was responsible for the capture of Berlin in April/May 1945?
A Soviet Union
The name Quisling has become synonymous with collaboration and betrayal. He was the puppet leader of which country?
Hitler ordered the execution of Operation Barbarossa against which country
B Soviet Union
The siege of Leningrad lasted for
A 1 year
B 900 days
C 500 days
D 6 months.
Who was the driving force of the assassination attempt on Hitler’s life at the Wolf’s Lair, East Prussia in July 1944?
A Claus von Stauffenberg
B Erwin Rommel
C Wilhelm Keitel
D Hermann Goering
Well done!! The end!!
You've reached the end of the quiz. Now all you have to do is mark it. But before you do go and have a relax and lie down in a darkened room as if you're anything like me (after having written this) you'll have a 'heid like mince' and be waiting for the men in white coats to come and take you away - haha!!
So here are the correct answers - BE HONEST, please.
How many did you get correct?
You have done so well to get this far - as a reward we will be sending you a cheque in Martian dollars within the next 50 years. While you wait for that to arrive why don't you have a go at our other history quizzes? Links are here: