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6. At its height how many tonnes of supplies were being sent in to West Berlin?
- 170,000 tonnes a month
- 160,000 tonnes a month
- 180,000 tonnes a month
- 12 tonnes a month
7. Khrushchev was unhappy with the more liberal approach in Hungary - how many troops did he send into Hungary?
8. The western sectors of Germany (Trizonia) upset Stalin in 1948. What did they do that upset him?
- Formed NATO.
- Create the atomic bomb.
- Set up an assembly to create a German constitution.
- Sent a secret telegram.
9. In September West Germany became a separate country - also known as what?
- FDR (Federal Republic of Germany)
- FRG (Ferderal Republic of Germany)
- FRW (Federal Republic of the West)
10. How many people were killed and how many escaped?
- 300,000 killed, 300,000 fled.
- 20,000 killed, 200,000 fled.
- 100,000 killed, 100,000 fled.
- 200,000 killed, 20,000 fled.
11. When did both countries have hydrogen bombs?
12. His oppressive regime imprisoned how many people?
- At least 7
13. What was his nickname?
- The dictator
- The bald green grocer
- The bald butcher
- The salami slicer
14. In 1955 the USSR responded - with what?
- The Berlin blockade.
- The Warsaw Pact.
- The atomic bomb.
15. Who was Hungary's dictator from 1949-56?
16. Who was the next (more liberal) leader of Hungary?
17. The arms race was a key feature of the Cold War. When did the USSR develop its own atomic bomb?
- 3000 and late
18. Who became the next Hungarian leader?
19. In October East Germany became known as what?
- GDR (German Democratic Republic)
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- DRG (Democratic Republic of Germany)
- RDG (Republic Democrats of Germany)
20. The western sectors of Germany (Trizonia) upset Stalin in 1948. What did they do that upset him?
- Gave 170,000 tonnes of supplies to West Berlin a month.
- Introduced a new currency.
- Created the Warsaw Pact.
- Sneezed in his fruit salad.