Trivia Game Giveaways
UPDATE: The contest has ended! Thanks for playing!
I’m participating in a trivia game giveaway for the amazing New York Times bestselling author Jennifer A. Nielsen! She’s a talented young adult and middle grade writer of many fascinating books, including The Traitor’s Game series.
My friend is running the trivia contest to reveal the cover of her upcoming World War II historical novel. The prize is THREE signed books from Jennifer A. Nielsen! Don’t miss this! Tell your friends!
BONUS GIVEAWAY: Everyone who signs up for my website AND leaves a comment will be entered in a drawing to win a paperback copy of my book, Acceleration! If you’ve already signed up, just leave a comment. Let’s do this!
Here’s my question: #1 What was the Maginot Line? (Bonus entry if you state why it failed.)
Here are the rules:
- There are fifteen trivia squares. Answer my question as a response to my blog post right here on my website. Everyone who comments with the correct answer receives an entry to the contest.
- Go to Jennifer’s blog and follow the links on each square to answer the other questions.
- The first correct answer will unlock that square of the cover.
- Even if the square is already unlocked, please visit the blog to get an entry point. The contest will remain open until the full cover is revealed. That means if you visit every blog before the cover is revealed, you can get up to fifteen entries.
- The contest officially starts at 10 am MST, April 26, 2020. Checkout Jennifer’s blog if you want to see the reveal piece by piece. Otherwise, I will post the full cover reveal when the contest is over.
Here’s the link to Jennifer’s website: https://jennielsen.com/blog
Good luck everyone!
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The Maginot Line was a line of fortifications built by France in an attempt to detour Germany from invading during WWII.
You got it, Charlotte!
It was a French like of defense the consisted of blockhouses, bunkers, and rail lines constructed in 1930, but the Germans were able to break through in 1940.
Correct, Ceara! Good luck!
Maginot line is somesort of a line fortification used to prevent the Germans from invading..
Line of fortifications to prevent the Germans invading France
A line of fortifications built on the Eastern French Border to stop the Germans from invading
It was a line of weapons’ and obstacles built by the French in WW2 to protect themselves. It failed because Germans it.
Good luck, Chloe!
Hello! It was a wall built by the French during WW2 to keep out Germany 🙂
Hi, Tiffany! You got it!
Wall to keep Germans out of France
I think the Maginot Line was a series of fortifications and weaponry that was intended to stop a German invasion of France, but the Germans invaded from a different point, so it was not in the correct place to be impactful.
That’s correct, Aaron! Good luck!
The Maginot line was a attempt for safety for the French people it failed when the germans came and knocked it down
The French line of defense along the country borders with Germany.
The Maginot Line was a line of fortifications, weapons, and obstacles that was built by France during WW2 in an attempt to deter German invasions.
You got it!
the Maginot line is a barrier of concrete buildings and fortifications built in France to defend it from Germany in ww2
That’s correct, Janessa!
The Maginot Line Was a line built by the French to hold of the Germans in the 1930s. It failed because the Germans simply invaded through Belgium instead.
Textbook answer! Good luck, Olivia!
The Maginot line was a line of fortifications, weapons and obstacles built by France. It failed because the Germans invaded through Belgium so it was innofective.
Correct! Good luck!
it was a defensive line built before World War two to protect the eastern border of France. It failed because it was easily outflanked by the Germans
Thanks for playing, Issabelle!
The Maginot Line was a defense system used by France during WW II. It was weapons and fortifications set to block German or to slow their invasions.
Good luck, Renee!
The Maginot Line was a concrete line of weapons,
fortifications and obstacles that the French built in order to deter the Germans from invading. The Germans invaded anyways through Belgium so it was not as effective as the French thought it would be.
The Maginot Line was a fortification system made by the French, and it was supposed to deter the German invasion. It seemed a good idea, but proved ineffective because the Germans just invaded through Belgium instead!
Maginot Line is a somesort line fortification used as to prevent Germans from invading..
the French defensive line during ww2. It failed because the german forces could invade French from Belgium
It was a line of fortifications- concrete barrier, weapons, etc., meant to keep Germany from invading France in WWII. It failed because Germany invaded through Belgium.
It was a French line of defense during WWII intended to prevent the Nazis from crossing into France. It failed when the Nazis outflanked it and went into France via Belgium.
The Maginot Line was a French line of defense constructed along the country’s border with Germany during the 1930s and named after Minister of War André Maginot. Although it prevented a direct attack, it was strategically ineffective, as the Germans invaded through Belgium, outflanking the Maginot Line.
It was a series of obstacles created by the French to impede the Germans from invading. It failed because Germany invaded through Belgium.
You got it, Abby!
The Maribor line was a line of concrete fortifications built in France in the 1930s to deter invasion. It failed because the Germans advanced through the Ardennes Forest, which was a weak point in the French defense.
Whoops, Maginot. Darn autocorrect.
No worries–auto correct gets me every time!
The Maginot Line was a line, built just before WWII by France, of obstacles and weapons intended to block the Germans from invading. It prevented direct attacks, but failed because the Germans invaded through Belgium instead.
The Maginot Line was a series of weaponry and fortifications built by the French to keep out the Germans. Unfortunately the Germans attacked La Ferte and were able to successfully breach some of the wall.
The Maginot line was a line of concrete fortifications.
It was line of French-built concrete fortifications, obstacles, and weapons installations in the 1930s to prevent German invasion.
the maginot line was a french line of defense that was built on the border with germany in the 1930s to prevent invasions from the east. It failed because the germans invaded through belgium
Concrete fortifications that incldued obstacles and weapons that were built by the French during WWII to help prevent Germany from invading.
#1: The Maginot Line was a vast fortification that spread along the French/German border. It failed because the Germans attacked France using blitzkrieg – a tactic that defeated the Line’s purpose.
A line of fortifications that France built in WWII to prevent Germany from invading.
The Maginot Line was a concrete fortifications built by France in the 1930s to deter the German’s from evading. It failed because the German’s outflanked them through Belgium instead.
The Maginot Line was the French line of defense that was built along the countries border with Germany in the 1930’s.
The Maginot Line was a fortified wall along the eastern border. It failed when the Germans broke through it easily
It was a fortification to prevent invasions from the East but the Germans invaded through Belgium
it was a french defense line to protect them from germans
The Maginot Line was constructed by the French army in attemp to prevent the German armys from invaiding France. It was constructed of fortresses mantained by groupus of French soldiers. it was made of concrete and had retractible artillary and was mostly underground. Contrary to the name, the Maginot Line was not a line. It held of the Germans for a while but was eventually defeated when the Germans invaided through Belgum and outflanked the Line.
Thanks for your response, Lydia, but the trivia contest progressed quickly and ended yesterday. Sorry!