65,000 evacuated in Germany to dispose of WWII bomb

Q: About 65,000 people including hospital patients were evacuated over the weekend in Frankfurt, Germany, to allow experts to dispose of a huge unexploded bomb left over from Word War II. Where is Germany?

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Q: The 1.4 ton British bomb was found on a building site last week. Britain declared war on Germany in 1939 after German troops invaded what nation on their eastern border?

A. Denmark

B. France

C. Poland

D. Switzerland

Q: More than 2.7 million tons of bombs were dropped on Germany during World War II, and an average about 2,000 tons of unexploded ordnance is still found every year. One of the worse sites for old bombs is near the German capital of . . .

A. Berlin

B. Bonn

C. Bremen

D. Brussels

Q: The Frankfurt bomb was located near Germany’s central bank, the Bundesbank, where $70 billion in gold reserves are stored. Germany’s economy is . . .

A. Fifth largest in world

B. Largest in Europe

C. Third biggest exporter

D. All of the above

Q: In both World War I and World War II, the United States sided with Britain against Germany. What is the largest ancestry group in the United States?

A. African

B. English

C. German

D. Irish

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