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Countries in World War II Quiz

Name the countries that had at least 10,000 military deaths during WWII.
Sovereign countries that existed as of September 1, 1939
Czechoslovakia and Austria don't count because they had already been taken over by Germany
Also India doesn't count because it was part of the British Empire. Philippines was part of the US, etc...
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Last updated: February 24, 2020
First submittedDecember 18, 2012
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Deaths
Country
11,400,000
Soviet Union
5,318,000
Germany
3,750,000
China
2,300,000
Japan
446,000
Yugoslavia
407,300
United States
383,700
United Kingdom
341,000
Italy
Deaths
Country
300,000
Romania
240,000
Poland
210,000
France
200,000
Hungary
95,000
Finland
42,000
Canada
39,700
Australia
35,100
Greece
Deaths
Country
34,000
Estonia
30,000
Latvia
25,000
Lithuania
18,500
Bulgaria
18,200
Netherlands
12,000
Belgium
11,900
South Africa
11,700
New Zealand
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Level ∞
Nov 17, 2016
I have majorly revamped this quiz. I increased the criteria from 1,000 to 10,000 which removed a lot of questionable cases such as Ireland, Spain, and Newfoundland. I also added the Baltic countries which were missing before, and removed Czechoslovakia which lost its sovereignty prior to the start of the war.
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Level 85
Nov 18, 2016
Completely understand the rationale, but was a little disappointed to see Newfoundland drop off the list, as this quiz was how I learned it used to be it's own state.
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Level 41
Apr 9, 2018
This is a quiz of countries, not countries and self-governing states.
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Level 18
Apr 17, 2018
Wasn't newfoundland an independent country before in 1939?
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Level 62
Mar 25, 2019
its :)
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Level 78
Dec 7, 2016
I was going to comment on this. I remember Czechoslovakia, Brazil, and Thailand all being on the quiz previously.
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Level 66
Dec 8, 2016
What about Slovakia?
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Level 46
Dec 9, 2016
Slovakia's independent role in WW2 could be questioned, as they were not recognized as a state by anyone besides the axis and were basically a German province with more autonomy.
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Level 40
May 7, 2017
CzechoSLOVAKIA
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Level 32
Jun 30, 2018
Slovakia were practically independent, it’s just a case of no recognition. Like Kosovo or North Korea. Addition of Slovakia, please.
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Level 50
Jul 20, 2018
What? I'm pretty sure North Korea is fully recognised and Kosovo is recognised by a majority of countries.
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Level 24
Sep 20, 2018
North Korea is not recognized by South Korea
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Level 62
Aug 3, 2017
Thanks QM!
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Level 37
Dec 15, 2017
You eliminated Czechoslovakia and Austria because they had already been taken over by Germany. Wasn't Poland also overrun?
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Level 79
Jan 9, 2019
So was France. So was the U.K. but they ran into the sea and didn't come back until D-Day at Normandy 4 years later with the Americans and Canadians.
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Level 50
Feb 16, 2019
You can't really say the UK was overrun.
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Level 51
Dec 31, 2019
It was before the war
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Level 24
Apr 9, 2018
Norway & Denmark are still missing
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Level 63
May 3, 2018
They didn't bother fighting.
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Level 51
May 20, 2018
Yeah, Norway had around 10.000 casualties
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Level 29
May 30, 2018
umm there are a lot of mistakes here like ,Denmark is not on here nither is norway, and you dont add Czechoslovakia or Austria but you add Australia and new Zealand?!?!?! so you might wanna fix some things up here....
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Level 50
Jul 20, 2018
That's because Denmark and Norway had less than 10,000 military casualties.
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Level 24
Oct 11, 2019
Austria was annexed by Germany before 1939 (Anschluss), Czechoslovakia was annexed prior to WW2, and both new Zealand and Australia had 10,000 plus casualties.
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Level 28
Mar 1, 2020
Lol Australia got the first major victory against Japan, Italy and Germany... not to mention they were one of the first to declare on Germany, as well as sending nearly a million men to fight the axis...
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Level 70
Apr 8, 2020
The Australian troops fought in North Africa, too. Look up the Rats of Tobruk.
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Level 66
Aug 18, 2018
Albania was annexed by Italy before September 1st 1939.
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Level ∞
Feb 24, 2020
Albania has been removed thanks.
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Level 78
Mar 1, 2020
So this is why I had to get my points again.
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Level 21
Nov 19, 2018
Where are Denmark and Norway?
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Level 50
Feb 16, 2019
They are in Northern Europe, part of a region called Scandinavia.
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Level 28
Jan 27, 2019
You missed norway, denmark, siam (Thailand) Brazil Mexico and more...
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Level 62
Feb 18, 2019
'Name the countries that had at least 10,000 military deaths during WWII'
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Level 66
Mar 7, 2020
I think there should be a comprehensive reading test that people should ace, before they are allowed to post comments ;) 90% of the complaints can be answered/countered by simply rereading the title/description back to them.

Like a really really easy test, but with a lot of exceptions. (like "The name of this website" or "which animal meows" and in the description: you should leave out all t's in the answers.)

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Level 66
Mar 7, 2020
Some more rules to spice it up:
answers should be spelled backwards
plurals become singular and vice versa
if an answer contains 2 words only give the 2nd one (so new york becomes york)
If the answer to a question is a country, give its capital 

That could be so much fun :D I could go on dreaming up more, but I ll leave it at this :)
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Level 30
Jul 23, 2019
Latvia and Lithuania were part of the soviet union
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Level ∞
Feb 24, 2020
Not at the start of the war they weren't.
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Level 32
Apr 9, 2020
@Sifhraven, YOUR WISH HAS BEEN GRANTED!!!
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Level 71
Nov 17, 2016
Crap, totally overlooked the Baltic countries, I thought they were probably part of the USSR at that point.
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Level 66
Nov 17, 2016
Yep, Me too... You're not alone my friend..
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Level 73
Nov 18, 2016
and me :(
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Level 81
Nov 18, 2016
Ditto, those were all I missed.
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Level 68
Nov 27, 2016
Yeah, and me. Got everything bar those three.
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Level 48
Aug 27, 2018
same
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Level 63
Nov 18, 2016
They were independent prior to 1940.
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Level 55
Dec 7, 2016
But by the time Hitler invaded the Baltic states they long longer were.
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Level 54
Nov 23, 2016
me too!
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Level 65
Nov 26, 2016
I would have missed those three if I didn't have an discussion about it with my girlfriend three hours ago. What a lucky coincidence that helped me get 25/25.
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Level 68
Nov 27, 2016
QM, it looks like a lot of people are missing the three Baltic states because they assume they were part of the USSR, is it possible to include something in the intro that hints at the fact that the USSR hadn't reached its full size by Sept '39, without making it too obvious who the countries in question are? Just a thought, as a lot of people seem to be tripping up in the same way.
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Level 46
Dec 7, 2016
Same here
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Level 29
Nov 28, 2016
Those countries gained sovereignty on November 11, 1918, at 11:00 am. This was when the treaty of Versailles that ended WWI was signed, partly breaking up the USSR and giving countries like Poland, Finland, and Lithuania independence. What I didn't realize was that Finland had that many military deaths and that Albania wasn't part of Yugoslavia. The more you know....
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Level 53
Dec 2, 2016
Look up for the Winter War, it was one major point of the WWII, although the West cares little about the Eastern Front...
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Level 59
Dec 7, 2016
Tell that date to anyone from the countries involved (including me) and you'll get some funny looks.
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Level 59
Dec 7, 2016
The Winter War is an awkward one because the Finns ended up fighting against the Soviet Union, which was fine in 1940 when the Soviets weren't part of the Allies and not so ok when they did it again in 1941-44 alongside Germany and Operation Barbarossa. The reasons why were perfectly understandable - Finland only gained independence from Russia in 1918, and the Soviets considered them to be like Ukraine, Poland and various other parts of the historic Russian territory. It doesn't really fit into the Western narrative about WWII though, so it gets quietly ignored.
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Level 59
Dec 7, 2016
Also you're very confused about dates. The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk was signed March 3rd, 1918, between the German Empire and the Russian SFSR. The Russians ceded the Baltic states, Finland, Belarus and Ukraine. Some were made independent, some became part of the German Empire, and some weren't mentioned by name (Poland) but their territory was transferred. The Armistice was signed on Nov 11th 1918, which brought an end to the fighting on the Western Front. Versailles was signed the following year, 1919, and made de jure the independence of Poland (which had risen up against the Germans after Brest-Litvosk) and Czechoslovakia. East Prussia continued to exist in parts of what is now Poland and Lithuania until after WWII. This video explains things quite well: http://www.the-map-as-history.com/demos/tome03/Map-of-Europe-after-WW1-and-the-Versailles-Treaty.php
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Level 50
Dec 7, 2016
Albania isn't even a slavic country, why would they be in Yugoslavia?
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Level 48
Dec 19, 2016
It's right next to Yugoslavia? (Macedonia, Kosovo and Montenegro.)
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Level 22
Oct 18, 2017
in 1917* not 1918 Corrode
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Level 63
May 3, 2018
Finland was never part of the Soviet Union, it gained independence in 1917 and has never been a part of 'historic Russian territory' either. It was a part of Swedish Kingdom for hundreds and hundreds of years and was invaded by Russia just a while before it gained independence, in 1917 that is.
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Level 16
Sep 21, 2018
yes albania was its own sovereign nation and still was after the formationof yugoslavia it became a puppet of italy in the late 30's right before the war
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Level 70
Apr 8, 2020
@skukka: From 1809-1917 Finland was the Grand Duchy of Finland, an autonomous part of the Russian Empire. You are right that it was never part of the Soviet Union but I would say that 112 years of being part of the Russian Empire qualifies it as part of 'historic Russian territory.' You are correct in that prior to 1809, it was part of Sweden for hundreds of years.
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Level 59
Dec 7, 2016
The Baltic states were independent up to 1940, but they never declared war on either side in WWII. In 1940, the USSR annexed the Baltic states and a year later, Germany invaded the Soviet Union. After that, it was not rare to find Estonians, Latvians and Lithuanians fighting their brethren on the other side of the same battle.
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Level 63
Dec 7, 2016
Plus a lot of Western countries considered them occupied by the USSR.
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Level 25
Apr 18, 2017
Same
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Level 31
Aug 31, 2017
same
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Level 49
Feb 23, 2018
the baltic countries became a part of USSR after it took them over, some were invaded by Germany some weren't.
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Level 30
Jul 23, 2019
I agree
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Level 48
Jul 24, 2019
Me too!!!
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Level 59
Nov 18, 2016
I totally forgot some eastern European countries!!
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Level 72
Dec 7, 2016
no Slovakia??? seriously? was a sovereign country
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Level 59
Dec 7, 2016
The First Slovak Republic wasn't recognised by any of the Allies who considered it (rightly) to be a German puppet state, and the legitimate government to be the Czechoslovak government in place before the German invasion. Which was a bit rich since it was British and French treachery which destabilised Czechoslovakia in the first place, but there you go.
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Level 78
Dec 7, 2016
According to Wikipedia, it was recognized by the Soviet Union. Weren't they considered one of "the Allies"?
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Level 59
Dec 8, 2016
The Soviets weren't part of the Allies when they recognised it, and they derecognised it when Slovakia took part in Operation Barbarossa: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slovak_Republic_(1939%E2%80%931945) If you're being literal, the Slovak Republic did exist for a few years during the period, but the idea that it was an independent sovereign nation is pretty strange. It was a German puppet which only a handful of countries recognised, and which only existed in any sense for the duration of the war.
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Level 78
Feb 25, 2020
Google: "Great Britain asked for a new exequatur for its consul Peter Pares and the UK therefore de facto recognised Slovakia on the 4th May 1939. De facto recognition by France followed on the 14th July 1939."
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Level 62
Dec 7, 2016
But, but Norway and Denmark:(
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Level 41
Jul 30, 2017
@NorwegianFarmer It's the old don't fight so all of our men don't die motive!
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Level 21
Dec 7, 2016
if uk and usa work, nz should too
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Level 78
Dec 8, 2016
Disagree that NZ is analogous to USA and UK; but I would like to see ROK, DPRK, and KSA universally accepted. Though none of those countries are on this quiz.
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Level 48
May 21, 2017
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
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Level 35
Aug 21, 2017
and RSA for South Africa.
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Level 78
Oct 18, 2017
Also ROC and PRC..
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Level 79
Aug 23, 2018
N.Z. is a thousand fold more recognizable than K.S.A. I thought you meant the Klan States of America.
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Level 78
Oct 20, 2018
No it's not.
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Level 19
Dec 30, 2016
What was used for the calculation for "Deaths" number? Most accepted statistics put Soviet casualties at over 20 million (if you include military and civilian).
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Level 63
Jan 12, 2017
It's specified that this quiz asks for military deats only.
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Level 64
Jan 12, 2017
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II_casualties
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Level 24
Jan 14, 2017
missed poland im gonna kill myself
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Level 72
Jan 18, 2017
Don't do it! You have so much to live for!
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Level 68
Feb 16, 2017
Well a few more quizzes anyway!
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Level 48
Apr 3, 2017
I thought the Canada only gained independence from the UK until afterwards. Although, Canada did have many freedoms compared to India, it was still a part of Britain. Please Correct Me if I'm wrong.
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Level 70
Apr 20, 2017
The Statute of Westminster in 1931 effectively granted independence to Canada (and Australia, NZ, S Africa and Newfoundland).
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Level 48
May 21, 2017
They just became Dominions of the UK not full blown countries.
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Level 48
May 21, 2017
On the Wikipedia page it even says Canada didn't became fully independent until 1982.
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Level 70
Aug 3, 2019
hence the word 'effectively'
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Level 44
Nov 18, 2017
No, we were our own country with very strong ties to Britain which wouldn't be fully severed until 1980-something
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Level 79
Aug 23, 2018
Wouldn't be severed until....leave the date blank like a gravestone of someone who's still living. Who's on your money and referred to everywhere? The queen of England. Who must approve or disapprove of all legislation? The queen of England's representative. Go to court? "Her majesty, blah blah blah Queen of England requests your presence".
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Level 50
Feb 16, 2019
Except that in that capacity she is the Queen of Canada. Canada is very much an independent country.
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Level 66
Apr 20, 2017
Let's be pedantic and add Danzig to the list! Danzig was a semi-souvereign state at September 1, 1939. Unfortunately, I have not found a source on the causalities of Danzig (as those are usually counted as German causalities) but one can be sure that there were more than 10'000.
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Level 56
Apr 24, 2017
Denmark, Norway, Austria. None of them made it?
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Level 66
May 4, 2017
Austria does not count (see header), Denmark has never fought it was just "peacefully" occupied, and Norway's regular fight was short and costed thus only about 2000 military causalities.
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Level 8
Mar 15, 2018
The death toll might still be less than 10,000, but Norwegians were in the Battle of Britain fighting as R.A.F. pilots.
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Level 44
May 10, 2018
denmark was not peacefully invaded. they just fell in 4 hours.
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Level 66
Feb 25, 2020
Pardon, I did not intend to renew the German propaganda that Denmark did not opposed the invasion. Though in fact the Danish were "smart" enough not to oppose "to the last man standing". Therefore basically no causalities.
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Level 40
May 7, 2017
Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia were part of USSR at that time weren't they?
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Level 61
May 19, 2017
No. They were annexed in 1940 once the war had already started. After that they did de facto cease to exist until 1991.
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Level 45
Aug 15, 2017
I was so caught up in the more obscure ones I missed the most obvious one; Germany
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Level 39
Aug 18, 2017
Somehow managed to skim over Japan and the US
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Level 53
Oct 18, 2017
I'm pretty sure that Portugal, Norway and Denmark participated
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Level 37
Feb 10, 2018
Norway and Denmark yes, but Portugal no. I think your talking about WWI. Apparently Denmark was annexed “peacefully”, and Norway apparently had too few casualties to be on the list.
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Level 44
May 10, 2018
denmark was wiped out in 4 hours...no it wasnt peaceful
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Level 63
Nov 1, 2017
Funniest quiz I have done................I forgot one....................could not think of it.....................USA!!!..............because I assumed I had already included it :-)
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Level 37
Dec 28, 2017
happens to me every day
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Level 66
Mar 7, 2020
yes, extremely funny subject... (you didnt even call it fun, but funny..)
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Level 43
Nov 15, 2017
I forgot Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, as I knew they were part of the USSR at some point...
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Level 56
Nov 29, 2017
If we re including the Baltic states and Albania, then I think Slovakia should be in here, and maybe Croatia too.
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Level 37
Feb 10, 2018
Slovakia and Croatia were no more recognized than puppets.
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Level 49
Nov 29, 2017
This quiz would be great if it had an empty map
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Level 42
Nov 29, 2017
What about Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania? They are all part of the Soviet Union.
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Level 4
Mar 21, 2018
What do you mean? All those countries are now independent. The Soviet Union recognized the independence of these countries in 1991. Estonia adopted the declaration of independence 20.8.1991 and Latvia the following day. Lithuania had issued a proclamation in the early spring of 1990. Lithuania and Russia, led by Yeltsin recognized each other in July 1991. Estonia and Latvia, the Russian Federation recognized the independence after the conservative coup attempt 24.8.1991.
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Level 44
May 10, 2018
they were separate states at the start of the war
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Level 44
May 10, 2018
i think
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Level 54
Nov 29, 2017
What did New Zealand do in WWII because I did not know they were in it?
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Level 8
Mar 15, 2018
New Zealand was in it from Day 1. In December 1939, A British cruiser crewed by New Zealanders H.M.S. Achilles participated in the Battle of the River Plate. In 1940 New Zealand pilots fought in the Battle of Britain. In 1941 New Zealanders fought against the German invasion of Crete. Following that they were evacuated to Africa to join other New Zealanders fighting in the British 8th Army against Rommel. The Italians laid a minefield into which another New Zealand cruiser H.M.N.Z.S. Neptune sailed and sunk. In 1942 New Zealanders fought in the 1st Battle of El Alamein, bringing Rommel's advance to a stop, and then the 2nd Battle of El Alamein where he was forced to retreat. In 1943 New Zealand patrol boat H.M.N.Z.S. Moa was sunk by the Japanese in the Solomons. In 1944 New Zealand participated in the Battle of Cassino in Italy with heavy losses. My Grandmother's brother died a few months later in a botched river crossing near Ravenna. 11,000+ military deaths is accurate.
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Level 70
Sep 24, 2018
The New Zealanders had a very good reputation as soldiers in WW2, especially in N Africa.
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Level 70
Feb 24, 2020
Actually NZ - and prob. Australia and Canada - were not technically sovereign states then as they had not ratified the Statute of Westminster. That happened for NZ in 1949. Possibly the same for South Africa.
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Level 59
May 3, 2018
Missed France...How can somebody miss France?
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Level 44
May 10, 2018
what about norway and denmark???
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Level 3
May 14, 2018
India had upwards of 80,000 deaths and is not included in the list. Nor is it a part of the British total death count. Yet, there's Latvia...
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Level ∞
May 14, 2018
"Sovereign countries that existed as of September 1, 1939"
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Level 17
Jul 2, 2018
Yes, but then you have to include the 87,000 Indian military deaths in the UK death toll (383,700 includes all colonies EXCEPT India). You have to either include India as a separate answer or include the Indian death toll in the UK total. Wildly inconsistent to exclude both.
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Level 52
May 29, 2018
missed the UK. HOW??
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Level 49
May 30, 2018
I guessed all (reasonable) Asian, European, North and South American countries. Not only that but I guessed all North African countries just to be disappointed in myself again. South. Africa....
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Level 23
May 30, 2018
Stupid me typed "Russia", then decided it wasn't in there
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Level 52
Jun 11, 2018
Where is Denmark and Norway, they were both invaded and occupied in world war 2.
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Level 22
Jun 13, 2018
estonia and Lithuania and Latvia all didnt even have independence from ussr yet so how are they considered countries?
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Level 50
Jun 21, 2018
They were invaded by the USSR in 1940 (during world war II) and remained a part of it until 1991.
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Level 21
Jul 24, 2018
Forgot Germany... I feel dumb
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Level 22
Aug 3, 2018
Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia were all part of the USSR during WWII. If you are going to have us put those countries then you need to split up Yugoslavia into Bosnia, Macedonia and Serbia.
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Level 68
Oct 3, 2018
they were independent as of 1st September 1939. The USSR took them over as part of the Nazi-Soviet pact when Germany invaded Poland
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Level 72
Apr 8, 2020
*takes notes for next April Fool's quiz
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Level 60
Sep 10, 2018
Baltic countries were not already part of the USSR?
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Level 78
Oct 20, 2018
They were annexed by the Soviet Union on August, 1940.
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Level 68
Oct 3, 2018
Wasn't Albania already taken over by Italy by September '39?
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Level 48
Nov 22, 2018
Can Jugoslavia be a type-in for Yugoslavia?
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Level 66
Jan 13, 2019
Learned something. That the baltic states were independent before at one point. I alkways thought they were part of the the soviet and only gained independence recently. It is not often you learn something new that is not a minor detail. (Cant remember the last time, must ve been atleast 10 years ago, that I went like, ow ?! That is news to me!)
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Level 51
Feb 2, 2019
I understand why not to include Austria, but I don't agree with excluding Czechoslovakia. Even though it was taken by Germany before the war, it had its exile government in London and its soldiers were dying in Soviet and Allies armies fighting Axis for freedom of their country. Also, with your logic, Albania should be excluded. It was taken by Italy in April 1939.
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Level 36
Feb 18, 2019
oh i thought that soviet union would be separate countries. Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are separate and they were part of USSR for a lot of 20th century so i kinda assumed they would be in 1914-1918. grr
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Level 16
Feb 22, 2019
1939 to 1945
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Level 32
Mar 21, 2019
17/25, could have done better.
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Level 26
Apr 11, 2019
How did I miss Germany and Italy?!?
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Level 24
May 18, 2019
Where's Norway?
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Level 50
May 26, 2019
West and North of Sweden.
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Level 66
Mar 7, 2020
In several comments above this one, all complaining it should be on the list, or explaining why it isnt.
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Level 29
Jul 18, 2019
I looked at the numbers after and it made me feel so sad.
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Level 48
Jul 24, 2019
I can't believe Norway and Denmark didn't make the list, also, wtf is South Africa doing here? Wasn't that part of the British Empire?
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Level 66
Mar 7, 2020
Not after 1931, it became fully sovereign from the UK
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Level 36
Dec 8, 2019
23/25. got all the little baltic and balkan countries but missed italy and canada?? i literally went to juno beach last year too, feel like a right idiot
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Level 54
Feb 14, 2020
Bru I missed France!!!
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Level 22
Mar 2, 2020
What about Norway and Denmark... they got invaded by Nazi Germany
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Level 56
Mar 8, 2020
So I missed Germany. Seriously I am so stupid. I'm the reason it's not 100%.
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Level 69
Mar 15, 2020
It's a salutary lesson to me how much we owe to the Soviet Union. However much we may hate it (and, in 2020, Mr Putin) in the West, they virtually won the war for us and it cost them almost as many lives as the rest of the World put together.
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Level 28
Mar 21, 2020
Didn't realize Estonia/Latvia/Lithuania weren't part of the USSR then.
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Level 62
Apr 8, 2020
Regarding the caveat, Philippines was never a part of the United States.
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Level 44
Apr 8, 2020
The Position of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are perfect, in North East and in same order as they are on Map. Such a Coincidence
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Level 50
Apr 8, 2020
The Westminster Statute of 1931, which practically granted independence was adopted by each of the dominions at different dates. While Canada adopted the statute before 1939 (in 1931) (and South Africa adopted separate laws in 1934), Australia and New Zealand adopted the act at a much later date after 1939 (1942 for Australia, 1947 for New Zealand) due to anti-independence sentiment. Therefore, Australia and New Zealand really shouldn't be there because they weren't independent then (like how we've excluded India and Philippines)
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Level 47
Apr 8, 2020
It's the worst when one you miss is one you thought you already put in (Hungary)
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Level 57
Apr 8, 2020
I missed Germany. Giant facepalm.
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Level 26
Apr 8, 2020
So sad, image how advanced would the humanity be without wars and all the people work together
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Level 2
Apr 8, 2020
240k in Poland only? are you sure????
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Level 32
Apr 9, 2020
that moment when you realize you forgot your home country, the usa. 😑