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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How many rabbis does Sara say were brought into the camp in Chapter 27?
2. What country did Sara return to in 1945?
(a) People's Poland.
3. What Jewish historian does the Editor's Afterword mention?
(a) Elie Wiesel.
(b) Geoffrey Alderman.
(c) Howard Adelson.
(d) David Ayalon.
4. What does Sara say many believed about the world after the defeat of the Germans?
(a) It would come to an end.
(b) It would begin anew.
(c) Zion would be theirs.
(d) They would not live to see it.
5. What did Sara refuse to do according to Chapter 37?
(a) Be evacuated.
(c) Clean the camp.
(d) Take someone else's food.
6. What does the Editor say of Fela's values in the Editor's Afterword?
(a) They were corrupt.
(b) She upheld them.
(c) They were forced upon Sara.
(d) They were forgotten.
7. How does the Editor qualify Sara's memories?
8. Who does Sara say was celebrating the 1945 New Year?
(a) The prisoners.
(b) The SS.
(c) The Russian prisoners.
(d) The guards.
9. What awoke the infirmary workers two weeks after the New Year?
(a) Bombs and gunfire.
(b) Sound of rifle butts banging at the gate.
(d) Screams and shouting.
10. Why did the SS torture Mala and her boyfriend?
(a) To discover who helped them.
(b) For information about the Allied forces.
(c) To set an example.
(d) Because they liked it.
11. What does Sara's story stimulate the Reader to do according to the Editor?
(a) Think about the Jewish faith.
(b) Think on complex issues.
(c) Learn about her.
(d) Learn more about the Holocaust.
12. What does Sara say she did not know how to handle in Chapter 39?
13. What does Sara say sirens sounding meant in Chapter 26?
(a) An escape or a bombing.
(b) An escape.
(c) Meal time.
(d) A bombing.
14. What was the date when all the hospital documents were taken away?
(a) January 15, 1946.
(b) January 23, 1944.
(c) January 17, 1944.
(d) January 17, 1945.
15. What does Sara say ultimately happened to Mala?
(a) She died in the gas chamber.
(b) An SS guard suffocated her.
(c) An SS guard shot her.
(d) An SS guard drowned her.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whose planes were bombing Auschwitz more frequently in the end of 1944 according to Sara in Chapter 31?
2. What does Sara say the women at the camp could not process?
3. Where does Sara say Mala was from?
4. What was Mala's boyfriend's name?
5. What does the editors say some Jewish people struggle with?
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