Auschwitz: True Tales from a Grotesque Land Test | Final Test - Easy

Sara Nomberg-Przuytyk
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does the Editor argue prisoners in concentration camps were lacking?
(a) Water.
(b) Food.
(c) Psychological props.
(d) Physical support.

2. Why did the gassing cease in Auschwitz according to Sara?
(a) Because of bombing activity.
(b) Because the cremation unit broke down.
(c) Because they needed to evacuate.
(d) Because the Russians had threatened to do the same to Germans.

3. Whose speech was printed in the news paper Orli gave Sara and the others?
(a) Stalin's.
(b) Hitler's.
(c) Ilya Ehrenburg's.
(d) Goebbel's.

4. What does the Editor say Sara represented in the book?
(a) The traditional value system.
(b) Morality.
(c) The exterior influence.
(d) Stability.

5. How were Mala and her boyfriend returned?
(a) They were not returned.
(b) Terribly beaten.
(c) Unharmed.
(d) Dead.

6. What does the Editor argue prisoners in concentration camp relied on when telling their story?
(a) Grief.
(b) Too old for memories.
(c) Regret.
(d) Imaginatives.

7. What did Mala do on her way to her execution?
(a) Slit her wrists.
(b) Tried to kill a guard.
(c) Tried to escape.
(d) Shot herself.

8. What did some of the women do to keep busy?
(a) Played cards.
(b) Treated the wounded.
(c) Tried to sleep.
(d) Cleaned the camp.

9. What did the SS refuse to let the prisoners read according to Sara?
(a) Leaflets telling them of their impending liberation.
(b) Books in Yiddish.
(c) American magazines.
(d) Leaflets telling them of their impending death.

10. What does the Editor say of Fela's values in the Editor's Afterword?
(a) They were forced upon Sara.
(b) She upheld them.
(c) They were forgotten.
(d) They were corrupt.

11. What does the editors say some Jewish people struggle with?
(a) Survivors guilt.
(b) The history of the Holocaust.
(c) Life.
(d) Freedom.

12. What did the bombing give to Sara and others in the camp?
(a) Fear.
(b) Regret.
(c) Hope.
(d) Relief.

13. What were the infirmary workers forced to do in Chapter 26?
(a) Kill Mala with an injection.
(b) Save Mala's life.
(c) Experiment on Mala.
(d) Kill Mala's boyfriend with an injection.

14. What was Mala's boyfriend's name?
(a) Aden.
(b) Aljah.
(c) Tadeusz.
(d) Jacob.

15. What country did Sara return to in 1945?
(a) USSR.
(b) Russia.
(c) People's Poland.
(d) Slovakia.

Short Answer Questions

1. What was the date when all the hospital documents were taken away?

2. What does Sara's story stimulate the Reader to do according to the Editor?

3. What does the Editor say distorts the story of some Holocaust witnesses?

4. How long did Mala resist torture at the hands of the SS?

5. What did Sara notice about the Rostock military airport in Chapter 37?

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