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

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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Denenberg say Roosevelt thought about Lindbergh?
(a) He thought he was a spy.
(b) He thought he was smart, and probably right.
(c) He thought he was a Nazi.
(d) He thought he was a traitor.

2. What was Lindbergh's estimation of Hitler?
(a) He was critical of him.
(b) He was wary of him.
(c) He was impressed by him.
(d) He was afraid of him.

3. What was the title of Lindbergh's autobiography?
(a) 'The Spirit of St. Louis'.
(b) 'Misunderstood'.
(c) 'My Time in Hiding'.
(d) 'Mistakes I've Made'.

4. How did Lindbergh shock people in 1941?
(a) By embracing Hitler.
(b) By blaming the Jews for dragging America into the war.
(c) By attacking the President for his isolationism.
(d) By advocating further appeasement.

5. Who did the Lindberghs visit in 1937 and 1938?
(a) German refugees.
(b) High-ranking Nazis.
(c) German diplomats.
(d) Jewish leaders.

6. What was Lindbergh working to complete in July 1927?
(a) Plans for a trip to China.
(b) Repairs to The Spirit of St. Louis.
(c) Proposals for new prizes for long distance flights.
(d) An account of his trip.

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

8. What was Lindbergh's estimation of Germany's air strength?
(a) He identified its strategic limitations.
(b) He thought them invincible.
(c) He identified weaknesses in their air force.
(d) He described it as weak.

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

10. What had changed in Germany's military?
(a) Sanctions had weakened it.
(b) The Depression had starved it of cash.
(c) Hitler had let it languish.
(d) Hitler had remilitarized.

11. What had the kidnapper used to get into the house?
(a) A ladder.
(b) An unlocked door.
(c) A letter.
(d) A skeleton key.

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

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

14. What was Anne Lindbergh's position on her husband's views?
(a) She stood by them.
(b) She said he was not isolationist enough.
(c) She blamed the bankers in addition to the Jews.
(d) She apologized for them.

15. What did Anne Morrow Lindbergh propose in 'Wave of the Future'?
(a) That the Nazis not be fought.
(b) That Nazis be supported.
(c) That Nazis be exterminated.
(d) That Nazis be contained.

Short Answer Questions

1. How old was Morrow's daughter when Lindbergh met her?

2. When did Lindbergh's view become a minority view?

3. Who was the controversy centered around?

4. How successful was Lindbergh at keeping to his strict schedule?

5. What was Roosevelt's solution to the controversy?

(see the answer keys)

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