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War Heroes

written by: DieZel
 
Do you remember those who died fighting for freedom? Most of them were ordinary people, like you and I. Remember their deeds of valor, without the boredom of the classroom.

Question 1:


How many Medal of Honor citations have been issued during the Vietnam War?
120
245
153
345

Question 2:


One of the world's greatest generals. By the age of 30 he ruled almost half of the world. This great leader died at the peak of his campaign at the age of 33. His was taught by Aristotle.
Alexander The Great
Augustus
Darius
Julius Caesar

Question 3:


This Carthaginian general marched from Spain to Rome across the Alps. 14,000 of his 40,000 troops died because of the harsh climate. Later, he won the Battle of Cannae.
Lesius Quietus
Gaius Marius
Augustus
Hannibal

Question 4:


His saying, "Veni Vidi Vici" (I came I saw I conquered) is known all over the world. His war feats clothed him with glory giving him political power.
Darius
Marcus Antonius
Augustus
Julius Caesar

Question 5:


This American general led the invasion of Normandy. He was also an American president from 1953 to 1961.
Dwight Eisenhower
MacArthur
William H. Simpson
George S. Patton

Question 6:


He was one of the best military officers of Russia during the World War II and involved in the taking of Berlin.
Georgi Zhukov
Alexander Samsonov
Nicholas Nikolaevich
Lavr Kornilov

Question 7:


This emperor of France was defeated in the battle at Waterloo on June 18, 1815. He was a short and highly intelligent military officer.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 8:


The siege of Leningrad lasted just 1 month.
True
False

Question 9:


This German general, led the campaign in Northern Africa during World War II. Although he was defeated, he is still remembered for his military strategies. He was known as "Desert Fox".  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 10:


Along with the French general, this British general also led the campaign in Northern Africa during the World War II. He was accused of not fighting bravely enough, after his lack of success in Operation Lightfoot.
John White
Dwight Eisenhower
Georg Stumme
Bernard Montgomery

 


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