World War II questions This is a list of recently added questions about World War II. Play World War II quiz and see all the questions. Who was the last president of the Third Reich?Karl Dönitz was the last president of the Third Reich and Commander-in-Chief of the German Navy. He authorized Alfred Jodl to sign the act of unconditional surrender that ended World War II in Europe.Created by: lubiesezamkiNazi riddles »hard 56% Adolf HitlerAdolf Hitler647Karl DönitzKarl Dönitz2058Alfred JodlAlfred Jodl426Joseph GoebbelsJoseph Goebbels518 Which of the following was NOT a military commander of the Afrika Korps during World War II?Karl Dönitz was a German officer in the Navy (1943-1945) , and then the last supreme commander of the Wehrmacht ( after the dissolution of the Afrika Korps ) . The other three Germans were the commanders of the Afrika Korps in the following years Erwin Rommel - 1941 to 1943 (with a break during illness ) , Ludwig Crüwell - 1942 (replacing the sick Rommel ), Hans Cramer - 1943 (the last commander of the Afrika Korps )Created by: LouieKateleaders riddles »average 61% Erwin RommelErwin Rommel490Ludwig CrüwellLudwig Crüwell989Karl DönitzKarl Dönitz3748Hans CramerHans Cramer913 Which was the largest armored battle in the II World War?Battle of Kursk. From July 5, 1943 until August 23 , the Germans conducted their last great attempt to regain the initiative on the Eastern Front. The fight has significantly weakened both sides of the conflict, however the result was decisive and strategic victory of the Soviet Union. The Battle of Kursk is considered the largest armored battle in the world history.Created by: Marcin Starzonektanks riddles »easy 70% Battle of StalingradBattle of Stalingrad1104Battle of ardennesBattle of ardennes357Battle of KurskBattle of Kursk4199Battle of BerlinBattle of Berlin314 Who was the commander of the Afrika Korps?Erwin Rommel, known as the Desert Fox, was the youngest german field marshal during II world war.Created by: drolfiodhistory riddles »easy 78% Erwin RommelErwin Rommel6125Hermann GöeringHermann Göering716Josef GoebelsJosef Goebels530Friedrich PaulusFriedrich Paulus392 Which German language dialect did Adolf Hitler speak?Bavarian. Hitler was born in Austria. But when he was three, his family moved to Passau, Germany. There he acquired the distinctive lower Bavarian dialect, rather than Austrian German, which marked his speech throughout his life. When Hitler was five, his family relocated back to Austria.Created by: globalquiz.orgNazis riddles »hard 46% AustrianAustrian4795BavarianBavarian5405SwabianSwabian921North Low SaxonNorth Low Saxon412 Which army used anti-tank dogs during the WW2?Soviets. Anti-tank dogs were taught to carry explosives to tanks. The original idea was for a dog to release the bomb and return to the operator, but it was unsuccessful and replaced by an impact detonation procedure. The U.S. military trained anti-tank dogs in 1943 for use against fortifications, but never deployed them.Created by: globalquiz.orgwars riddles »average 61% GermansGermans4509SovietsSoviets11916JapaneseJapanese1776AmericansAmericans1097 Which army used diesel engines in their tanks during the WW2?Soviets. Most of the nations at the time used lighter and more efficient petrol engines, often coming from the aviation industry. Soviets however decided to mass-produce diesel engines. There were several reasons: diesel fuel was less flammable and therefore safer, Soviet Union had the huge aluminium forge capacity, and they didn't have large diesel-consuming fleet.Created by: Kate Pierrickweapons riddles »very hard 36% GermansGermans3697BritishBritish1017AmericansAmericans1261SovietsSoviets3421 Which country continued production of Messerschmitt Bf 109G after the end of World War II?Czechoslovakia. Avia S-99 and Avia S-199 were constructed with parts and plans left over from Luftwaffe aircraft production that had taken place under the country's German occupation during the war. Avia S-199 was the first fighter plane of Israeli Air Force, used during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War - where it met Spitfires on the Egyptian side.Created by: globalquiz.orgplanes riddles »hard 59% Soviet UnionSoviet Union1878CzechoslovakiaCzechoslovakia8765GermanyGermany3792PolandPoland349 During World War II, the Norwegian resistance launched a series of sabotage actions against Hydroelectric plant in Vemor, Norway. Why?To disrupt German nuclear project. In 1934, at Vemork, Norsk Hydro built the first commercial plant capable of producing heavy water as a byproduct of fertilizer production. In 1943, a team of British-trained Norwegian commandos succeeded in destroying the production facility with a second attempt, Operation Gunnerside. Operation Gunnerside was later evaluated as the most successful act of sabotage in all of World War II.Created by: Riho IshiiNorway riddles »hard 54% to distrupt work of German airfieldsto distrupt work of German airfields1164to disrupt work of oilfieldsto disrupt work of oilfields1198to disrupt work of U-boat basesto disrupt work of U-boat bases2346to disrupt German nuclear projectto disrupt German nuclear project5569 There is something wrong here. The German soldier holds a non-German gun. Where were such guns made?In the Soviet Union. The PPSh-41, nicknamed Pe-Pe-Sha is the Soviet submachine gun which 'won the World War II'. It was greatly inspired on the Suomi KP/-31 used with great effectiveness by Finnish army in the Winter War against Soviet Union. The PPSh-41 was brought to mass use by Soviets during the battle of Stalingrad, where entire units armed with submachine guns outgunned their German counterparts in short range urban combat .Created by: globalquiz.orgguns riddles »easy 77% in the Soviet Unionin the Soviet Union9150in the United Statesin the United States1212in Francein France701in the United Kingdomin the United Kingdom807 Play World War II quiz and see all the questions.