Final Test - Easy
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This quiz consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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.
2. What did Article 9 of the Paris Accords call for the creation of?
(a) A humanitarian ideal of a Socialist nature.
(b) A greater role of the Saigon government in negotiations.
(c) A National Council of Reconciliation.
(d) A Korean-style equilibrium vision.
3. What did Hai Thuan, a Southern cadre of the Vietminh in its war against the French, do in Chapter 22?
(a) He refuses to petition the politburo about his son.
(b) He is the minister of justice.
(c) He leaves his wife and children to go to France.
(d) He commits suicide.
4. What did Tang do for his brother, Bich, in Chapter 22?
(a) He tried to get him released from detention but failed.
(b) He wrote letters to him, giving him advice.
(c) He had him released from detention.
(d) He got him a position in the politburo.
5. Why did Tang undertake a long trip to Dresden, East Germany in Chapter 20?
(a) To have a long-awaiting vacation.
(b) To gather with the Communist Party leaders for a meeting.
(c) To recuperate from illnesses.
(d) To be trained in new techniques of warfare.
6. What happened when the city of Hue was taken by the NLF and Northern troops in January, 1968?
(a) The city was taken peacefully.
(b) Citizens ran away and the city was nearly empty.
(c) The NLF gave the directive to carry out massacres there.
(d) Many people were murdered due to inadequate discipline.
7. What did Tang consider to be the "fourth front" for the NLF's cause?
(a) Thieu's government.
(b) The drug wars in Cambodia.
(c) The Paris peace talks.
(d) Public opinion in the United States.
8. Why did Tang and his wife move back to Saigon in Chapter 24?
(a) To plan an escape.
(b) The revoluionaries were in the city.
(c) They missed their family.
(d) They were bored in the country.
9. What did the term "neutralize" mean within the context of the Phoenix Program?
(a) To kill.
(b) To save at all costs.
(c) To let sleep.
(d) To leave alone.
10. When Tang revisited Hanoi in 1974, what did he note about the Ho Chi Minh Trail?
(a) The route had become a system of two-lane roads.
(b) The original paths had grown dense with jungle foilage.
(c) The dirt paths were unchanged from years past.
(d) Transportation was non-existant.
11. What American events attracted the attention of the nationalists in 1973?
(a) Anti-Vietnam war demonstrations.
(b) The Watergate scandal.
(c) A book written by Henry Kissinger.
(d) The re-election of Nixon.
12. What were "elephant's intestines?"
(a) Poisonous snakes.
(b) The belts on the guerrillas' pajamas.
(c) Long tubes of rolled cotton.
(d) Moneys cooked in a pot.
13. Where were Tang's brothers, Quynh and Bich, sent on June 16, 1975?
(a) To Saigon General Hospital.
(b) To a Soviet camp.
(c) To their own reeducation points.
(d) To Hanoi.
14. Who does Tang marry in the summer of 1976?
(a) His ex-wife.
(b) A Communist Party bureaucrat.
(c) A close family friend of Trinh Dinh Thao.
(d) A relative of Madame Thieu's.
15. Upon Tang's return to Hanoi in Chapter 20, what does he encounter in the city he has not visited for thirty years?
(a) Ceaseless turmoil.
(b) A place of dignity.
(c) A modern and beautified city.
(d) Dreariness and poverty.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Thieu force university and high school students to do in 1970?
2. What was Ba Cap's personality like?
3. What directives emerged from a COSVN/PRG meeting held in Chapter 22?
4. Upon Tang's visit to Moscow from Algiers, what did his anticipated "vacation" turn out to be?
5. What effect did America's invasion into Cambodia have on the NLF?
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