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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What enabled the the invasion fleet for North Africa pass through the Straights of Gibraltar?
(a) A nighttime passage.
(b) Continuous bombing of the German forces in the area.
(c) Misinformation that sent the Germans towards Dakar.
(d) The fake invasion at Brest.
2. When was the invasion fleet for JUBILEE ready?
(a) December 12, 1942.
(b) January 11, 1943.
(c) August 18, 1944.
(d) August 18, 1942.
3. What did Hitler use to make decisions?
(a) A conference of his four most trusted advisors.
(b) Tea Leaves.
(c) I Ching.
4. What plans were begun in August 1941?
(a) For the assassination of Heydirch.
(b) For the assassination of Von Braun.
(c) For the assassination of Roosevelt
(d) For the assassination of Hitler.
5. Who did CYNTHIA ask for help in obtaining the French naval ciphers?
(b) No one.
(d) De Gaulle.
6. What did Bohr begin to work on in the United States?
(a) The double helix.
(b) Nothing; the Americans did not trust him.
(c) The Manhattan Project.
(d) The hydrogen bomb.
7. Who was left in Sweden after Bohr flew to England?
(a) Von Braun.
(c) Bohr's wife and children.
(d) No one.
8. Who seemed to have the greatest chance of being first to develop the atomic bomb?
9. What ship was sunk in the area of Norway?
(a) The Prinz Eugen.
(b) The Prince of Wales.
(c) The Dorsetshire.
(d) The Hood.
10. How long did it take the Germans to make the Norsk Hydro plant operational again after it was destroyed?
(b) Three months.
(c) Two years.
(d) One year.
11. When did Hitler declare war on the United States?
(a) January 11, 1942.
(b) January 7, 1942.
(c) December 11, 1941.
(d) December 7, 1941.
12. What did Stevenson plant to imply a plot against President Vargas?
(a) Foreged letters and documents.
(b) A video.
(c) Several anonymous phone calls.
(d) A red herring.
13. What was assembled to give the impression of an invasion at Dieppe?
(a) A bevy of missles that were not actually armed.
(c) 250 ships and thousands of soldiers.
(d) Misleading intelligence broadcasted over a frequency that was known to be compromised.
14. Who worked at British Intelligence in a sensitive position?
(a) George Greenglass.
(c) Julius Rosenberg.
(d) Kim Philby.
15. Where was an assassination team waiting to kill Heydrich?
(a) In the assembly building.
(b) At the airport from which Heydrich was flying.
(c) In Heydrich's personal quarters.
(d) At a hair pin curve.
Short Answer Questions
1. With whom did Stevenson battle about U.S. companies and their foreign subsidiaries doing business with the Nazis?
2. Who continued his work in Copenhagen?
3. For what were the Russians pushing?
4. With whom did CYNTHIA form liaisons?
5. On account of what did J. Edgar Hoover blame Stevenson's request for information was not answered.
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