Ending the War Quiz

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- from the team at Valour Canada
1) By the time the summer of 1918 arrived, the Canadian Corps was an extremely formidable fighting force because:
2) Factors in 1918 that influenced the end of the war included all of the following EXCEPT:
3) During their time away from the front during the last few months of 1917 and the first half of 1918, most Canadian soldiers engaged in all of the following EXCEPT:
4) The first battle of Canada’s Final 100 days was at __________ . The battle seen as the riskiest and most difficult by many of Currie’s superiors was the Battle of ____________ .
5) With regard to the Battle of Amiens, these two things stand out (CHOOSE TWO):
6) The last Canadian to die in the Great War, ____________ , died in Mons, Belgium, just before 11 AM on Nov. 11, 1918.
7) It is estimated that the Great War took between ______ million soldier lives, while the Spanish Flu claimed at least ____ million from the worldwide population.
8) The Armistice was signed in _________ and the Treaty of Versailles was signed in __________ .
9) Many would argue that the Treaty of _______, a sub-treaty of Versailles that divided up the Ottoman Empire and the Middle East, created some of the conditions that facilitate current ongoing ethnic conflict.


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