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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the motto for Dung's opportune moment of a campaign on the assault of Saigon in April, 1974?
(a) "Marvelous Speed, Boldness, Surprise, and Certain Victory."
(b) "Fighting and Talking."
(c) "Public Enthusiasm and Western Humiliation At All Costs."
(d) "Human Liberation for the People."
2. Where did the Northern escape routes directly lead to?
(a) Cambodia's Pre Veng Province.
(d) The Ho Chi Minh Trail.
3. What statement did Henry Kissinger make in a 1968 "Foreign Affairs" article?
(a) "Guerrillas win if they don't lose."
(b) "Winning is only half the battle."
(c) "Even though we run like hell, we'll still win."
(d) "A standard army wins if it does not lose."
4. How did Tran Back Dang get himself in trouble with the COSVN in Chapter 19?
(a) He allowed his regional loyalties to interfere with his Party duties.
(b) He made a speech vilifying the Party.
(c) He lightly said the workers' movement was worse than bad.
(d) He was taking matters into his own hands too much.
5. What was the prime enemy of the guerrillas considered to be in the jungle?
(a) The Saigon troops.
(c) The Americans.
6. What directives emerged from a COSVN/PRG meeting held in Chapter 22?
(a) All previous Saigon regime leaders must be executed.
(b) Everyone from the old regime must undergo a rigorous curriculum.
(c) A new flag must be created.
(d) A new political song must be written.
7. Where did the NLF establish a new headquarters after America's Cambodian attack?
(a) Komchai Meas.
8. What was the reason behind the National Council of National Reconciliation and Concord as described in Article 9 of the Paris Accords?
(a) To isolate Thieu.
(b) To have Thieu retreat from dismantling his government.
(c) To resolve Vietnam's domestic problems through political means.
(d) To engage Vietnam's military operatives.
9. Who was the American Ambassador trying to arrange the appearance of a real election in Saigon in Chapter 17?
(a) Richard Nixon.
(b) George McGovern.
(c) Henry Kissinger.
(d) Ellsworth Bunker.
10. Upon Tang's visit to Moscow from Algiers, what did his anticipated "vacation" turn out to be?
(a) An observation of Russian life.
(b) A whirlwind vistit to Soviet tourist attractions.
(c) A meeting every day with Soviet leaders.
(d) A period of rest and recuperation.
11. What effect did America's invasion into Cambodia have on the NLF?
(a) Acute physical and emotional hardship.
(b) It had no effect.
(c) A renewed spirit to fight the enemy.
(d) They gained the support of Cambodians.
12. What was the most popular weaponry used in the Front?
(a) M-16 rifles.
(b) Grenades and mines.
(c) Chinese AK-47 rifles.
13. 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.
14. What set the PRG leaders apart from the rest of the organization?
(a) Their access to information.
(b) The absence of fear.
(c) The extra pairs of pajamas they received.
(d) Their extra food rations.
15. Why did Tang and his wife move back to Saigon in Chapter 24?
(a) The revoluionaries were in the city.
(b) They were bored in the country.
(c) To plan an escape.
(d) They missed their family.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why were both Nixon and Kissinger unable to formulate policies that would frustrate the strategies of the North?
2. Who does Tang marry in the summer of 1976?
3. Why did Tang accept an appointment as director of the National Rubber Industry in Chapter 24?
4. Where were Tang's brothers, Quynh and Bich, sent on June 16, 1975?
5. What did Tang and the nationalists feel the Paris agreement would give them an opportunity to do as described in Chapter 18?
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