1) What were concept litigations? a) Normal litigations held in the era. b) People were charged with false crimes and they had to approve them. c) Imaginary litigations, so people could think before accusing someone. d) It was a popular game played by children in the era. e) Litigations between two neighbouring towns. f) A litigation without a judge. 2) What was the collective guilt? a) People felt guilty due to the decisions made by Rákosi. b) People were punished who didn't feel guilty because of their sins. c) Soldiers were punished after the war because they didn't win. d) The losers of WW2 were condemned because of it. e) It was a fine people had to pay. f) People were sent to western countries because of it. 3) What were intern camps? a) War strategies were worked out here. b) Camps created to poor families to help them surviving. c) People were brainwashed here to agree with communism. d) Children were taken here to learn how to be good soldiers and housewifes e) People who were considered the enemies of the state were sent here. f) Minority groups went here for help with everyday matters. 4) Which is ÁVH? a) Államvédelmi Határozat b) Állatvédelmi Hivatal c) Állásvédő Helytartóság d) Államvédő Határozat e) Állami Vallatási Hatóság f) Államvédelmi Hatóság 5) Who was the leader of the Hungarian Workers Party? a) Nagy Ferenc b) Rákosi Mátyás c) Tildy Zoltán d) Károlyi Mihály e) Nagy Imre f) Kéthly Anna 6) What was illegal during the era? a) Killling their own household animals without giving some of it to the state. b) Wearing clothing similar to Rákosi. c) Saying the name of Rákosi. d) For women the reading of books or newspapers. e) Mixed marriages between Jews and Catholics. f) For people to leave their houses after 8 pm. 7) Who were taken by the ÁVH? a) People living under the poverty line. b) Jewish people. c) People suffering from mental illnesses. d) Who were marked as enemy of the system. e) People who were in danger and wanted armed supervision. f) Foreign people who came to the country illegally. 8) What is "csengőfrász"? a) It was the signal of a communist meeting in town. b) It was the symbol of Stalin's death for 10 years. c) It's the fear of bells which appeared in the era. d) Bells became highly popular in the era and people were freaking out if it was out of stock. e) When someone rang the bell at an early hour people feared that the ÁVH came for them. f) A bell indicated the curfew at 8 pm and people were freaking out because they wouldn't be home by then. 9) What is collectivisation? a) An old term used when someone is collecting many different things at the same time. b) When the government gathers the best supplies and equipments to be able to lend it to people in need. c) The organization of all of a country's production and industry so that it is owned and managed by the government. d) The gathering of supplies and giving it to other Communist countries who needed it more. e) It is a term for the collecting of expensive products to sell them for higher prices later. f) It is the collection of Nazi books and relics. 10) Who were the kulaks? a) People who dup up huge amount of dirt to regulate the flow of rivers. b) They were workers who migrated. c) People from the poorer layers of society who couldn't afford to have their own lands. d) They were Russians who came to Hungary to have better living conditions. e) People living in western countries. f) Wealthy peasants who had their own lands.
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