WW1 quiz (very accurate!)

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  • 1
    What caused WW1?
    I don't know
    The Triple Alliance
    The assassination of Hitler
    Bombing of Italy
    The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife
  • 2
    Who declared war on who?
    Germany, Japan
    Italy, Germany
    USA, Austria-Hungary
    Austria-Hungary, Serbia
    France, Germany
  • 3
    What can WW1 be traced back to?
    Second Boer war
    Seven Years war
    Nothing
    Franco-Prussian war
    War of 1812
  • 4
    Why did Britain declare war on Germany?
    Because Italy was allied with Serbia and Britain was allied with Italy
    Because Britain wanted revenge for Germany
    Because Germany was allied with Austria-Hungary
    Because Germany invaded Britain
    Because it wanted to keep Belgium neutral
  • 5
    In what year did the stalemate start?
    1914
    1916
    1915
    1918
    1917
  • 6
    Who did Joffre command?
    The English
    The Germans
    The French
    The Italians
    The Russians
  • 7
    What was the plans of the Schlieffen Plan?
    To attack Russia then France
    To invade Britain
    To attack France then Russia
    To bomb enemy trenches before attacking
    What is the Schlieffen Plan/I don't know
  • 8
    What caused USA to declare war on Germany?
    Bombing of Pearl Harbor
    I don't know
    German invasion of Eastern USA
    USA was allied with Germany
    The Zimmermann telegram and unrestricted submarine warfare
  • 9
    How was Fritz Haber important to Germany for WW1?
    Nothing. He was just the son of Herr Haber
    He invented gas for Germany to unleash at its enemies
    He was the nephew of Queen Elizabeth
    He invented gas masks for Germany
    He was just an ordinary civilian
  • 10
    What happened in 1917?
    The French invaded Germany
    Germans make Paris fall
    Brusilov launches major (and successful) offensive
    No more stalemate on the Western Front
    USA, the great Western Ally, enters the war while the Eastern Ally (Russia) gets out of the war. Stalemate continues on the Western Front
  • 11
    When did WW1 start?
    August 2,1914
    July 28, 1914
    I don't know
    August 4,1914
    November 11, 1918
  • 12
    What was the biggest sea battle of WW1?
    Battle of Finland
    Battle of Sweden
    Battle of Britain
    Battle of Jutland
    Battle of Norway
  • 13
    About how many Germans did York kill?
    30
    20
    15
    10
    25
  • 14
    Where did the first offensive of the Ludendorff's offensives take place?
    What's an offensive?
    In Mesopotamia
    On the Somme
    In Finland
    In Paris
  • 15
    The Brusilov offensive of 1916 was:
    Very successful because it nearly knocked Austria-Hungary out of the war, although it cost a million Russian lives
    It went ok with 25 miles of territorial gain
    What Brusilov offensive?
    Very successful, it knocked Austria-Hungary and Germany out of the war
    Unsuccessful, it cost 20,000 German lives and 1,500,000 Russian lives
  • 16
    Who was the commander of the British?
    Joffre
    French
    Pershing
    Petain
    Haig
  • 17
    When was the "Black Day" of the German Army?
    August 6, 1918
    September 2, 1918
    January 1, 1915
    August 8, 1918
    There was none. Germany won the war.
  • 18
    When did unrestricted submarine warfare start?
    April 1916
    March 1917
    February 1917
    January 1914
    April 1917
  • 19
    Of the Central Powers, which country was the last to surrender to the Allies?
    Mexico
    Germany
    Turkey
    Austria-Hungary
    Bulgaria
  • 20
    When was the Armistice signed?
    Nov 11, 1918 11 o'clock sharp
    November 10, 1918 11 o'clock sharp
    There was no Armistice
    May 5, 1918 17:00 o'clock sharp
    Sept 2, 1945