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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Thieu force university and high school students to do in 1970?
(a) Take jobs within the military.
(b) Refuse visits with family and friends.
(c) Attend military and training exercises.
(d) Stay in school at all costs.
2. On the day of celebration at Independence Palace Square to celebrate the Vietnamese victory at last, which military units were the last to appear in the parade?
(a) The Vietcong units.
(b) The Soviet Army.
(c) The North Vietnamese Army.
(d) The Democratic Republic of North Vietnam.
3. What was the most popular weaponry used in the Front?
(a) Chinese AK-47 rifles.
(c) M-16 rifles.
(d) Grenades and mines.
4. Why were the dates of June 6th through 8th chosen to organize the congress for the Provisional Revolutionary Government?
(a) To commemmorate the founding of the NLF.
(b) The dates are anniversaries of grandparents' deaths.
(c) To upstage a Nixon-Thieu meeting being held on Midway Island.
(d) To honor Ho Chi Minh's birthday.
5. What did the term "neutralize" mean within the context of the Phoenix Program?
(a) To save at all costs.
(b) To let sleep.
(c) To kill.
(d) To leave alone.
6. What was Sihanouk's title in Cambodia in early 1970?
7. What was the NLF's response to Nixon's "Vietnamization"?
(a) Step up the use of arms.
(b) Set up a formal NLF governmental structure in Saigon.
(c) Retreat and lay low for a number of years.
(d) Move the entire NLF organization to Hanoi.
8. Who was responsible for Tang's daughter, Loan, being able to do to college in America?
(a) President Tho.
(b) Ho Chi Minh.
(c) President Thieu's wife.
(d) His brother, Quynh.
9. What did Tang's host want most to know from Tang during his visit to Budapest ?
(a) Why the Party was allying itself with the Soviets.
(b) Whether he was happy to be gone from Russia.
(c) Vietnam's position on the Sino-Soviet dispute.
(d) How much support Hungary could give the PRG.
10. What was Tang's last official function in Algeria?
(a) Having tea with Madame Binh.
(b) Congratulating the Khmer representative on the victory in Phnom Penh.
(c) Going to the funeral of Queen Kosamak.
(d) Celebrating a victory with Prince Sihanouk.
11. As long as American strength supported the Saigon government, how did the NLF feel about the idea of total victory?
(a) A soon-to-be-accomplished goal.
(c) Wistful and vague.
(d) Determined to win.
12. What effect did America's invasion into Cambodia have on the NLF?
(a) Acute physical and emotional hardship.
(b) A renewed spirit to fight the enemy.
(c) They gained the support of Cambodians.
(d) It had no effect.
13. What directives emerged from a COSVN/PRG meeting held in Chapter 22?
(a) Everyone from the old regime must undergo a rigorous curriculum.
(b) A new flag must be created.
(c) A new political song must be written.
(d) All previous Saigon regime leaders must be executed.
14. What set the PRG leaders apart from the rest of the organization?
(a) The absence of fear.
(b) The extra pairs of pajamas they received.
(c) Their access to information.
(d) Their extra food rations.
15. What did Tang consider to be the "fourth front" for the NLF's cause?
(a) Public opinion in the United States.
(b) Thieu's government.
(c) The Paris peace talks.
(d) The drug wars in Cambodia.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the vice president of the Chinese State Council do concerning the PRG in order to express their feelings about Hanoi's ongoing affiliation with the Soviets?
2. What were all of the attendants aware of at the PRG meeting in January of 1972?
3. What nearly derailed Tang and dozens of others with him of leaving the country by boat?
4. The taking of Saigon by Northern forces hinged upon the fall of which centrally located city?
5. When Tang revisited Hanoi in 1974, what did he note about the Ho Chi Minh Trail?
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