Mid-Book Test - Medium
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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How did Lindbergh approach Paris?
(a) From Spain.
(b) From England.
(c) From the south.
(d) From Normandy.
2. Where did Lindbergh want to put the fuel tank?
(a) Beneath the pilot.
(b) Behind the pilot.
(c) In the wing.
(d) Behind the engine.
3. What were Lindbergh and his flight team waiting for before he took off?
(a) Good weather.
(b) Official clearance.
(c) Permission to land in Paris.
(d) News about Lindbergh's mother's health.
4. What happened to the flyers who set out for the Orteig prize before Lindbergh?
(a) They ran out of fuel.
(b) They never got off the ground.
(c) They crashed.
(d) They got lost.
5. What happened to Lindbergh in the 14th hour of the flight?
(a) He flew too high.
(b) He stalled.
(c) He fell asleep.
(d) He lost his way.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why was Lindbergh reluctant to accept this from the President?
2. What happened to Charles Lindbergh's family when he was three and a half years old?
3. What does Lindbergh say about reporters in chapter 5?
4. What was the public's reaction to Lindbergh's manner in front of cameras?
5. What route did Lindbergh fly air mail for?
Short Essay Questions
1. When was Lindbergh's first flight?
2. What was Lindbergh employed at during the trial of Bruno Hauptmann?
3. How was Lindbergh's decision about where to put the fuel tank unconventional?
4. What was Lindbergh's nickname, and how did he feel about it?
5. Where did Lindbergh learn to fly officially?
6. What problem did Lindbergh encounter for flying too high, and how did he solve it?
7. From what did Lindbergh leave for Paris, and when did he leave?
8. Who was ultimately responsible for the Lindbergh baby's abduction and murder?
9. How did Lindbergh handle publicity?
10. Describe Lindbergh's early education in aviation.
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