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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Sara say their was few of in Auschwitz?
2. What did Orli say the Germans would destroy?
(a) The camp.
(b) Witnesses to their crimes.
(c) The Russian Army.
(d) All the documents.
3. Who came the the infirmary to take all of the hospital documents?
(a) Russian soldiers.
(b) Dr. Koening and the SS.
(c) Dr. Mengele.
(d) Mrs. Helena and the SS.
4. Who does Sara say was celebrating the 1945 New Year?
(a) The guards.
(b) The prisoners.
(c) The Russian prisoners.
(d) The SS.
5. What awoke the infirmary workers two weeks after the New Year?
(a) Screams and shouting.
(c) Sound of rifle butts banging at the gate.
(d) Bombs and gunfire.
6. What does the Editor say Sara displays a particular interest in as a method of expression?
(d) The infirmary.
7. How long did Mala resist torture at the hands of the SS?
(a) For weeks.
(b) For a few minutes.
(c) For days.
(d) For hours.
8. What did the women want according to Sara in Chapter 37?
(c) Clean clothes.
9. What did the camp members start to yearn for after reading the newspaper in Chapter 33?
10. What does Sara say ultimately happened to Mala?
(a) She died in the gas chamber.
(b) An SS guard drowned her.
(c) An SS guard suffocated her.
(d) An SS guard shot her.
11. What does the Editor say Sara represented in the book?
(a) The exterior influence.
(b) The traditional value system.
12. What camp was Sara relocated to after Auschwitz?
13. What did the rabbis start to sing according to Sara?
(a) The Masoretes.
(b) The Kol Nidrei.
(c) The Lekha Dodi.
(d) The Songs of Ascents.
14. What did Sara and the others not have to do at the new camp?
(c) Have roll call.
(d) Burn bodies.
15. What did Sara say the prisoners started singing at midnight on New Years Eve 1944?
(a) Russian songs.
(b) Yiddish songs.
(c) Christmas songs.
(d) The Internationale.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the bombing give to Sara and others in the camp?
2. What does the editor claim the Holocaust represents for the Jewish people?
3. What did the Editor argue concentration camp denied prisoners?
4. What does the Editor argue prisoners in concentration camp relied on when telling their story?
5. What did Mala do on her way to her execution?
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