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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Grand Strategy.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was England's primary strength throughout the First World War?
(a) Its airforce.
(b) Its army.
(c) Its tanks.
(d) Its navy.
2. When moving to engage the superior Scottish forces, what was the nature of Cromwell's overall strategic maneuver?
(a) An indirect sweeping movement made while gathering supplies.
(b) A slow inexorable creep that avoided major confrontations.
(c) Cromwell did not use a strategic maneuver.
(d) A lightning offensive that relied on seizing the enemy's supplies.
3. William of Normandy was joined by an allied King from what nation?
(c) The Netherlands.
4. What characteristic of the English occupation of France during the Hundred Year's war argues for the results being indecisive?
(a) The continuity of French government and rule.
(b) The brief nature of the "conquered condition."
(c) The failure of other states to recognize England's claims.
(d) Religious strife.
5. Fabius was famous for what tactic?
(a) Forestalling engagements until the proper time.
(b) Employing highly mobile light forces.
(c) Forcing the enemy to attack.
(d) Guerilla warfare.
Short Answer Questions
1. Constable du Guesclin's style was most influenced by which previous general?
2. "Limited aim" wars are most often employed by what types of military forces?
3. About how many men was Belisarius given with which to conquer the Vandals?
4. What was Germany's problem in Russia with regards to grand strategy?
5. How are the beneficial gains from warfare maintained?
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