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The word swastika comes from the Sanskrit svastika meaning
a) to be good b) to be weak c) to be strong d) to be evil
The swastika can be dated back as far as
a) World War II b) 300 years ago c) 1000 BCE d) Middle Ages
Swastikas have been utilized in many countries\' cultures including
a) America and Mexico b) None of the above c) Phillipines and Japan d) China, England, Germany, Greece, and India
The swastika originally stood for
a) power, prestige, and war b) ancient symbols c) health and wealth d) life, sun, power, strength, and good luck
Adolf Hitler desired for the Nazi\'s symbol to
a) represent power and beauty b) represent their struggle and be an effective form of media c) represent the uprising in their country d) represent the only perfect society
The swastika because the official emblem on the Nazi Party in
a) August 1920 b) May 1940 c) May 1920 d) August 1940
The swastika was used by the
a) American 45th Division b) All of the above c) Finnish Air Force d) Hindus and Buddhists
Because of the Nazis\' flag, the swastika became a strong symbol for
a) peace, love, and war b) love and acceptance c) hate, antisemitism, and death d) violence and strength
Unfortunately, the Nazi symbol was so effective that most people only recognize it as a
a) negative symbol b) positive symbol c) Both A and B d) None of the above
The Germans chose the swastika in order to represent their
a) strength b) youthful culture c) wealth d) Germanic and Aryan history
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