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History of Veterans Day
"To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country's service and with gratitude for the victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the opportunity it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in the councils of the nations..."

-- Woodrow Wilson
1. What happened on November 11, 1918?
   Veterans Day
   End of World War I
   End of World War II
   Russian Revolution
   Victory Europe Day
2. Who was assassinated leading to the start of World War I?
   Archduke Ferdinand
   Kaiser Wilhelm
   Lord Mountbatten
   George Clemenceau
   Queen Victoria
3. World War I started with an assassination, but what event led to the start of World War II?
   Invasion of Poland
   Assassination of Churchill
   Bombing of London
   Invasion of France
   Maginot Line
4. World War I was known as what?
   The war to end all conflict
   The war of the world
   The war to end all wars
   The war of Central Europe
   The world of war
5. What was the name of the treaty that ended World War I?
   Treaty of Paris
   Treat of Ghent
   Yalta Conference
   Tehran Conference
   Treaty of Versailles
6. Veterans Day was known as what prior to 1954?
   Armistice Day
   World War I Veterans Day
   Day of Peace
   Day of Olive Branches
   Allied Powers Day
7. National Veterans Day ceremonies are held where?
   Washington Memorial
   Lincoln Memorial
   Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
   Reflecting Pool
   White House
8. Arlington National Cemetery was established after which war?
   Revolutionary War
   World War I
   Vietnam War
   Civil War
   War of 1812
9. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial was designed by which American architect?
   Maya Lin
   Frank Gehry
   Frank Lloyd Wright
   Louis Khan
   Jean Nouvel
10. The Korean War Veterans Memorial is known for what feature?
   Tallest monument in the Capital
   Biggest monument in the Capital
   Stainless steel sculptures of servicemen
   Eternal flame
   Underground memorial area

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