An American Hero: The True Story of Charles a. Lindbergh Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What did the media call the Lindberghs' estate in Hopewell?
(a) The Flyers' Rest.
(b) The Old Wings Home.
(c) The Eagle's Nest.
(d) The Estate.

2. What stance did Lindbergh take with his earlier support of the Nazis?
(a) He avoided all mention, but never supported them again.
(b) He attacked anyone who accused him of having made statements sympathetic of the Nazis.
(c) He never renounced his support.
(d) He apologized publicly on numerous occasions.

3. When was Lindbergh's autobiography published?
(a) 1953.
(b) 1959.
(c) 1961.
(d) 1956.

4. What was Lindbergh's estimation of Nazi Germany?
(a) A force for progress.
(b) A threat to civilization.
(c) An invincible military force.
(d) A necessary evil.

5. What were the Lindberghs criticized for, by making this trip?
(a) Racism.
(b) Treason.
(c) Socialism.
(d) Abandoning their son.

6. Where did the Lindberghs move to?
(a) France.
(b) England.
(c) Portugal.
(d) Russia.

7. How much did the Lindberghs give Graveyard John?
(a) $70,000.
(b) $5,000.
(c) $150,000.
(d) $100,000.

8. What was Lindbergh given by Goering?
(a) Money.
(b) An airplane.
(c) A medal.
(d) A commission.

9. What impression did Goering give Lindbergh of the Luftwaffe?
(a) He downplayed its power.
(b) He made it seem less advanced than it was.
(c) He overstated its strengths.
(d) He accentuated its technical accomplishments.

10. Who did Lindbergh and Schwarzkopf suspect of the kidnapping?
(a) Al Capone.
(b) Mickey Rosner.
(c) The media.
(d) John Condon.

11. Who was the controversy centered around?
(a) An air mail company's president.
(b) The President.
(c) The Postmaster General.
(d) Lindbergh.

12. What did Roosevelt offer Lindbergh?
(a) A cabinet post.
(b) An advisory position in the U.S. military.
(c) Imprisonment, if he kept speaking in favor of Nazi Germany.
(d) Unmolested exile from the U.S.

13. What did Lindbergh do to allow himself to speak openly about politics?
(a) Resign his post at Pan Am.
(b) Enter the military.
(c) Resign his military commission.
(d) Return his medal to Germany.

14. Who was Dr. Carrell?
(a) A politician.
(b) A heart surgeon.
(c) An aviation advocate.
(d) An private investigator.

15. How was Anne Morrow Lindbergh's "A Gift from the Sea" received?
(a) It was praised by the President.
(b) It received the Pulitzer Prize.
(c) It was a bestseller.
(d) It was not critically acclaimed.

Short Answer Questions

1. What did Lindbergh advocate in 1939?

2. What did Lindbergh do after World War II?

3. Why had Lindbergh flown to meet Morrow?

4. What did Lindbergh think was the best way to handle the investigation?

5. When was Lindbergh asked to visit Germany?

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