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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Lindbergh advocate in 1939?
2. Who starred in the movie version of Lindbergh's transatlantic flight?
(a) James Dean.
(b) James Cagney.
(c) Jimmy Stewart.
(d) Humphrey Bogart.
3. What effort did Lindbergh contribute to the war effort?
(a) He advocated engagement and containment.
(b) He was a spokesman for the government.
(c) He raised money for the U.S. war bonds.
(d) He was a consultant to Henry Ford's factories.
4. Why did Lindbergh keep to a strict timetable?
(a) To start a new project together.
(b) To return to Washington D.C. for a ceremony.
(c) To finish the tour as quickly as possible.
(d) To show that aviation could be reliable.
5. Who backed Lindbergh financially?
(a) President Coolidge.
(b) Erold Bahl.
(c) Harry Guggenheim.
(d) Harry Knight.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Denenberg say Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh tried to do between the kidnapping the Hauptmann's execution?
2. Where did the Lindberghs NOT have residences?
3. What was Lindbergh's estimation of Germany's air strength?
4. What had changed in Germany's military?
5. What did Anne Morrow Lindbergh propose in 'Wave of the Future'?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was Lindbergh doing for work after he was married?
2. What was Lindbergh's political stance in the late 1930s?
3. What role did Lindbergh's wife play in Lindbergh's thinking in the buildup to World War II?
4. Describe the resurgence of Lindbergh's popularity in the 1960s.
5. Describe Lindbergh's publicity tour.
6. What effect did Lindbergh's report on Germany's air strength have?
7. What efforts did the Lindberghs have to take to avoid the press?
8. What were the problems with the investigation in the Lindberghs' baby's disappearance?
9. What events undermined Lindbergh's political position?
10. How does Denenberg characterize the Lindberghs' lives during the 1950s and 60s?
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