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Snits, Tiffs and Other Squabbles
"Wars don't always last for many years. This is a historical account of ten of the shortest wars since 1800."
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Which forty-two day long confrontation between Argentina and the United Kingdom took place in 1982?
South Georgia War
The year was 1920 and the fighting lasted for short thirty-seven days. Which two countries were involved in the dispute over Vilnius?
Austria and Germany
Canada and the United States of America
France and Great Britain
Poland and Lithuania
In 1913, which of these countries was NOT involved in the Second Balkan War?
In 1897 the Ottoman Empire fought a thirty day tiff against Greece. What has this war been named?
The Cretan War
Battle of Heraklion
In 1979 China and Vietnam had a twenty-seven day squabble known as the Sino-Vietnamese War. Who was the victor?
Neither side claimed victory
Both sides claimed victory
The bickering over the border resulted in a fight between the Democratic Republic of Georgia and the Democratic Republic of Armenia in 1918. Who brokered a ceasefire which was signed by both sides?
Which two Kingdoms fought a fourteen day snit in 1885?
Serbia and Canada
Turkey and Australia
Egypt and Poland
Serbia and Bulgaria
In the wake of which war did Bangladesh become an independent state?
India Liberation War
Bangladesh Freedom Battle
The War of Guesses
The Six Day War took place in 1967 following threats by Israel against Syria. Which country did NOT join forces with Syria?
Zanzibar was victorious in the Anglo-Zanzibar War of 1896.
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