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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What nation used tanks in WWI?
2. Tank production in 1943 was limited due to Hitler's order to produce more of vehicles of what type?
(a) Self-propelled artillery.
(b) Armored cars.
(c) Self-propelled guns.
(d) Mobile anti-air vehicles.
3. What command was Guderian given in the preparation for the invasion of Poland?
(a) Army Group V.
(b) The XIX Army Corps.
(c) The Combined Armored Corps.
(d) The SS "Viking" Panzer Division.
4. When did the "Breakthrough to the Channel" begin?
(a) January 2nd, 1940.
(b) December 28th, 1939.
(c) May 10th, 1940.
(d) August 9th, 1940.
5. The Sudetenland was located within what nation?
Short Answer Questions
1. During the fighting around Smolensk, Von Kluge threatened to court-martial Guderian and what other German leader?
2. When was Heinz Guderian born?
3. Why did Hitler feel it was reasonable to occupy the Sudetenland?
4. What was the first major action taken by Guderian against Brest-Litovosk?
5. What did General von Kleist order, causing Guderian to threaten to resign?
Short Essay Questions
1. In 1933, how did the various leaders of the German military feel about tanks?
2. Why was Guderian not satisfied after the armistice with France?
3. What factors made tank production and maintenance more difficult in 1942?
4. What happened to the rest of Czechoslovakia after Germany occupied the Sudetenland?
5. What argument did Guderian have with the German high command about how to prevent the Russians from forming a defensive line?
6. What did the Russian army do in Poland during Germany's invasion?
7. What did Guderian do while on inactive service?
8. What was the impact of the T34 tank on the German military?
9. How did Germany prepare to counter the T34 tank?
10. What was Guderian's military service before World War I?
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