Boy in Estonia led neo-Nazis tied to bomb plots

Q: A 13-year-old boy in Estonia calling himself “commander” was an online leader of an international neo-Nazi group linked to plots to attack a Las Vegas synagogue and detonate a car bomb at the CNN news network. Where is of Estonia?

Circle the area on this map

Q: Before security officials intervened in January, the boy was a key figure in a group called the “Feuerkrieg Division.” In online chats, he claimed to be a founder of the group and had said he lived on one of Estonia’s islands in what neighboring sea?

A. Amundsen

B. Baltic

C. Celebes

D. Davis

Q: In World War II, Nazi troops killed about a thousand Estonian Jews who had not managed to flee the country before Germany invaded. Troops from what nation later pushed the Germans out of Estonia?

A. Britain

B. Soviet Union

C. United States

D. All of the above

Q: Estonia first became an independent nation at the end of World War I in 1918 after centuries of rule by . . .

A. Germans

B. Russians

C. Swedes

D. All of the above

Q: About 1.1 million people speak, Estonian, a Uralic language most closely related to . . . .

A. Finnish

B. Latvian

C. Russian

D. Swedish

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