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Did the Germans ever capture Moscow?
How did Hitler die?
Hanged after the trials of Nuremberg
Which of these countries did NOT fight in WWII?
What was the name of the American effort to build an atomic bomb?
The Philadelphia Project
About 70 million people died as a result of WWII. What percent of these people were from the United States?
The Soviet Union, Germany, China, and Poland lost the most people
What was the role of Joseph Goebbels in the Nazi government?
Minister of War Production
What was the code name of the German invasion of the Soviet Union?
What machine did the Germans use to (unsuccessfully) encrypt their messages?
What city's fall to the Japanese in 1942 caused 80,000 British and allied troops to be taken prisoner?
It was the largest surrender of British troops in history
What country signed a non-aggression pact with Germany in August, 1939?
The Soviet Union invaded Poland a couple weeks after Germany did
Prior to the Nazi takeover, the German government was known as the Weimar Republic. Who or what is Weimar?
An adjective meaning "peaceful"
How many aircraft carriers did the Japanese destroy during their attack on Pearl Harbor?
There were no American aircraft carriers in Pearl Harbor during the attack
Who was the commander of Germany's Afrika Korps?
Which of the following is NOT a Winston Churchill speech?
I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat
This was their finest hour
We have nothing to fear but fear itself
We shall fight on the beaches
"We have nothing to fear but fear itself" was Frankin D. Roosevelt during the Great Depression
When Japan surrendered in 1945, which of these cities were still under its control?
Too bad he wasn't a coward, world probably would have been better if he had been.
I'd remove the (unsuccessfully) remark
"Dammit, it encrypted back to itself again!"
Also be defintion no one knows how Hitler died (No I dont think he ever left the bunker), suicide is the obvious derivation, although this is a nitpick.
we have a lot of historylets here it seems.
You can also visit Goethe's house, which is now a museum.