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Serbia in World Wars

What do you know about the history of Serbia in World War I and World War II?
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1. Which country declared war on Serbia in 1914?
Italy
Austro-Hungary
Germany
Turkey
2. Who led the politics of Serbia in the World War I?
Dragiša Cvetković
Nikola Pašić
Svetozar Marković
Vladimir Maček
3. The waters around which island are referred to as the Blue Sea Tomb after a poem written by Milutin Bojić after World War I?
Vido
Kefalonia
Paxos
Corfu
4. Where is Zejtinlik, where about 7,500 Serbian soldiers from the World War I are buried?
Greece
Bulgaria
Albania
Hungary
5. In what year was Gavrilo Princip executed?
1920
1918
1933
1914
6. Who led the Serbian army in the Battle of Cer which marked the first Allied victory in the World War I?
Janko Vukotić
Radomir Putnik
Stepa Stepanović
Draža Mihailović
7. After the retreat through Albania in 1915, where was the part of the Serbian army transported by the French navy?
Bizerte
Carthage
Algiers
Tripoli
8. What was the name of the duke who led the Serbian army in the Battle of Kolubara?
Radomir Putnik
Živojin Mišić
Petar Bojović
Stepa Stepanović
9. Who fought in the Battle of Mojkovac in 1916?
Montenegro and Bulgaria
Montenegro and Austro-Hungary
Serbia and Austro-Hungary
Serbia and Germany
10. In which battle Serbia won its first victory in the World War I?
Battle of Kajmakčalan
Battle of Mojkovac
Battle of Cer
Battle of Kolubara
11. After the defense of Belgrade, where did the Serbian army end up after the withdrawal in the World War I?
Montenegro
Albania
Thessaloniki
Corfu
12. In what year was Serbia liberated in the World War I?
1918
1916
1919
1917
13. In which battle General Janko Vukotić commanded the army?
Battle of Cer
Battle of Mojkovac
Battle of Thessaloniki
Battle of Kolubara
14. When did Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy establish Independent State of Croatia (NDH) in parts of occupied Yugoslavia?
During the World War I
During the World War II
After the World War II
Between WWI and WWII
15. Which Serbian king was killed in Marseilles in 1933?
Milan Karađorđević
Aleksandar Karađorđević
Petar I Karađorđević
Petar II Karađorđević
16. What nationality was Vlado Chernozemski, the assassin of the Serbian king?
Russian
Croatian
Bulgarian
Hungarian
17. In what year was Belgrade liberated in the World War II?
1940
1944
1943
1945
18. Which city was the center of the first free territory in Yugoslavia in the World War II?
Drvar
Kumrovec
Užice
Jajce
19. What was the largest concentration camp in the Independent State of Croatia (NDH) during World War II?
Đakovo
Sisak
Tenja
Jasenovac
20. Who was the last King of Yugoslavia, reigning from 1934 to 1945?
Aleksandar Obrenović
Milan Obrenović
Aleksandar Karađorđević
Petar II Karađorđević
21. Where was the first AVNOJ session held in 1942?
Drvar
Bihać
Jajce
Kardeljevo
22. Which city was the site of the second AVNOJ session when Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was founded on November 29, 1943?
Belgrade
Titograd
Bihać
Jajce
23. What was written on the coat of arms of the SFR Yugoslavia?
29. XI 1945.
29. XI 1943.
29. XI 1918.
29. XI 1941.
24. Which island was used as a political prison when Croatia was part of Yugoslavia from 1949 and 1989?
Rab
Brijuni
Goli Otok
Silba
2 Comments
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Level 16
Mar 4, 2022
What the hell why Vlado Chernozemski is a Bulgarian? Jet Punk immediately changed this Vlado Chernozemski is a Macedonian
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Level 53
Mar 4, 2022
Vlado Chernozemski (Bulgarian: Владо Черноземски; born Velichko Dimitrov Kerin, Bulgarian: Величко Димитров Керин; 19 October 1897 – 9 October 1934), was a Bulgarian revolutionary. Also known as "Vlado the Chauffeur", Chernozemski is considered a hero in Bulgaria today, and in his time, in Croat dissident circles and in the Macedonian Bulgarian diaspora. His contribution to the idea of Independent Macedonia has also won him a similar status in some Macedonian circles today, but the official historiography in North Macedonia still regards him a controversial Bulgarian.