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Germany Multiple Choice

Can you answer these multiple choice questions about Germany?
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First submittedFebruary 5, 2019
Last updatedApril 12, 2019
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1. Which of these auto companies is NOT based in Germany?
Jaguar is based in England
2. What is currywurst?
Curry stew
The German term for doner kebab
A potato pancake
Pork sausage with curry ketchup
3. In 1989, approximately what percentage of the population lived in East Germany?
4. Which city is considered the financial capital of Germany?
5. What is Carl Friedrich Gauss famous for?
6. What is Carl von Clausewitz famous for?
Military theory
7. Which of the following characters would you NOT see in German language writing?
ø is used in Danish and Norwegian
8. What is the Bundestag?
The parliament of Germany
A high speed railway network
Germany's top soccer league
9. What does the word "Zeitgeist" mean?
Pleasure in watching other people suffer
An autobiographical novel
Bless you!
Spirit of the times
10. Which of these cities was in East Germany?
11. What was the Hanseatic League?
A mercenary army
A group of scientists during the Enlightenment
An organization of trading cities along the North and Baltic Seas
A religious order
12. Which of these people has NOT served as chancellor of Germany?
Uwe Boll
Angela Merkel
Konrad Adenauer
Otto von Bismarck
Uwe Boll is famous for making terrible movies
13. Which of these country's flags looks most similar to Germany's?
South Africa
14. What is Neuschwanstein?
A dessert
A castle
A movie
A city
15. Which of the following was NOT invented or discovered in Germany?
Military tanks
Tape recorders
The first tank was built in England in 1915
level 72
Feb 5, 2019
I think Gassu's quiz deserves a star as well, especially as they wrote their quiz three days earlier than this one.
level ∞
Feb 5, 2019
In my defense, my quiz was completed a week ago or so, but I was waiting to release it. Also, once I released "France Multiple Choice", it was kind of obvious where I was going next. No offense to @Gassu69 of course, whose quiz is excellent. In any case, I don't get much out of running JetPunk, but I do get to enjoy the arbitrary exercise of power, WAHAHAHA.
level 69
Feb 5, 2019
Then I got my quiz finished before you! It's probably a bit too obscure anyway, but maybe worth a try?
level 81
Feb 5, 2019
Neuschwanstein, one of the most popular jigsaw motives ever.
level 76
Feb 5, 2019
x-rays are incapable of being invented.
level 60
Feb 7, 2019
Well x-rays are used to take x-rays (x-ray images). I'm sure the question meant the images.
level 71
Feb 8, 2019
Agree; I thought this was a trick question. It's like asking what country stars or love or hearing or electrons were invented. X-rays being discovered as opposed to invented kinda screws up the whole question; maybe use one of Gassu's instead??
level ∞
Apr 12, 2019
Okay, changed x-rays to tape recorder.
level 69
Feb 6, 2019
Hey Quizmaster, in Question 11, "Englightment" should be "Enlightenment". Really informative quiz though!
level ∞
Feb 6, 2019
level 55
Feb 9, 2019
Wow, only 20% of the population? The country performed remarkably well in international sporting events considering....
level 69
Feb 15, 2019
I wonder why.
level ∞
Apr 12, 2019
Here's a documentary that explores the differences in training techniques between the U.S. and the Eastern Bloc.
level 56
Apr 11, 2019
Maybe they brought a lot of athletes.
level 39
Apr 17, 2019
probably thanks to the communist doping
level 56
Apr 11, 2019
I can't believe I got 15/15! (I'm Malaysian, but have been learning German for a few years)
level 56
Apr 11, 2019
In the 11th question, you spelled 'Enlightenment' incorrectly.
level 56
Apr 11, 2019
I see in an above comment that you have already made a correction to that word, but although you made it closer to the correct spelling, there is still a redundant 'g'.
level 50
Apr 11, 2019
Yes, enlightenment
level 74
Apr 11, 2019
It's funny that you would use the Italian Isetta for a quiz about Germany... but everybody gets tired of VW Beetles after a while, I guess.
level 53
Apr 11, 2019
Uwe Boll is the correct answer... for now.
level 56
Apr 12, 2019
I did laugh at the idea of Uwe Boll being chancellor...
level 56
Apr 12, 2019
The Carl von Clausewitz answer is not accurate, the correct answer being "he's not famous". Maybe rephrase it as "known for"?
level 36
Apr 12, 2019
For the question on what letter is not used in German, I think you should change the Z with an X or something because two questions after is a question asking what Zeitgeist means.
level 27
Apr 12, 2019
I am slightly confused by #14. The correct answer is supposed to be "a castle", but isn't a castle (by definition) a fortified structure? Neuschwanstein is not, though it has elements that are supposed to look "castle-like".
level 41
Aug 29, 2019
This is getting a little bit lost in translation, I think. In German it is called "Schloss Neuschwanstein", which could be translated more accurately as "chateau" or "palace" but for the English translation they somehow decided to call it a castle... maybe because King Ludwig II had it designed like a typical medieval German fairytale castle.
level 30
Apr 14, 2019
- gets the 3 least guessed - ruled out the correct answer for most guessed