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The Cold War In Europe

written by: marcing
 
For over 50 years Europe was divided into West and East, separated by an Iron Curtain. Learn the history seen from behind the Curtain.

Question 1:


Which Central European country fought alongside the Allies on all European and African fronts during WW II and was left on the eastern side of the "curtain" at the Yalta Conference?
Poland
Hungary
Greece
Romania

Question 2:


Which country was divided into East and West during the Cold War?
Austria
Czechoslovakia
Germany
Poland

Question 3:


Which nation revolted against Soviet-imposed policies in 1956?
Hungary
Czechoslovakia
Ukraine
Poland

Question 4:


Which country was invaded by the Soviet Army in 1968?
Poland
Afghanistan
Czechoslovakia
Hungary

Question 5:


Which nation's catholic bishops issued the famous letter to their German counterparts, in which they "forgave and asked for forgiveness"?
Romania
Hungary
Czechoslovakia
Poland

Question 6:


What was the name of the organization of Central and Eastern European communist states, established as a counterweight against NATO?
Council of Mutual Economic Assistance
Paris Treaties
National People's Army
Warsaw Pact

Question 7:


In which country did the Solidarność ("Solidarity") movement start?
Hungary
Czechoslovakia
Poland
East Germany

Question 8:


Which freedom movement leader was also a writer and dramatist?
Vaclav Havel
Lech Wałęsa
Mikhail Gorbatchev
Erich Honnecker

Question 9:


Which Pope was credited with igniting the freedom movement in Poland and eventually in the whole Eastern European region?
John Paul II
John XXIII
Benedict XVI
John Paul I

Question 10:


When did the Berlin Wall fall, ending symbolically the Cold War?
1991
1989
1992
1990

 


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