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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did people question after Lindbergh's 1941 speech in Des Moines?
(a) His patriotism.
(b) His accuracy.
(c) His honesty.
(d) His sanity.
2. Where did Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh depart for, soon after the birth of their second son?
(b) South America.
3. What was Lindbergh's estimation of Germany's air strength?
(a) He identified its strategic limitations.
(b) He identified weaknesses in their air force.
(c) He thought them invincible.
(d) He described it as weak.
4. What was Lindbergh's stance on Roosevelt's action?
(a) He sought to evade it by exploiting a loophole.
(b) He sought to annul it in court.
(c) He criticized it in a public telegram.
(d) He supported it in public letters.
5. What did Lindbergh do after World War II?
(a) Work in Germany.
(b) Rebuilt European industries.
(c) Consult for airline companies.
(d) Travel extensively.
6. When was Lindbergh's autobiography published?
7. What did Lindbergh do to allow himself to speak openly about politics?
(a) Resign his military commission.
(b) Return his medal to Germany.
(c) Enter the military.
(d) Resign his post at Pan Am.
8. What effort did Lindbergh contribute to the war effort?
(a) He was a consultant to Henry Ford's factories.
(b) He was a spokesman for the government.
(c) He advocated engagement and containment.
(d) He raised money for the U.S. war bonds.
9. What was Schwarzkopf's background?
10. What did Lindbergh embark on in late summer 1927?
(a) A new aviation company.
(b) A trip to South America.
(c) A trip to China.
(d) A tour to promote aviation.
11. How old was Morrow's daughter when Lindbergh met her?
12. What did Lindbergh think was the best way to handle the investigation?
13. What was Lindbergh working to complete in July 1927?
(a) Plans for a trip to China.
(b) Proposals for new prizes for long distance flights.
(c) Repairs to The Spirit of St. Louis.
(d) An account of his trip.
14. How did Violet Sharpe avoid interrogation?
(a) She went insane.
(b) She killed herself.
(c) She pled the fifth.
(d) She fled the country.
15. What cause did Lindbergh take up later in life?
(a) Nuclear power.
(c) Airline regulation.
(d) Military development.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Denenberg characterize Hauptmann's defense?
2. What prize did Lindbergh's autobiography win?
3. What was Lindbergh's advice to England and America?
4. When was the Lindberghs' son kidnapped?
5. Who did the Lindberghs visit in 1937 and 1938?
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