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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. Where does Sara say Mala was from?
2. Who was present in Rostock at the same time as Sara?
(a) German civilians.
(b) SS and Auschwitz functionaries.
(c) Polish civilians.
(d) Russian POW.
3. What did the Russian soldiers find for Sara and her group?
(a) A goat.
(b) A chicken.
(c) A pig.
(d) A cow.
4. What did the speech reprinted in the newspaper in Chapter 33 say to resist?
(a) Fear of the Germans.
(b) Pity for the Germans.
(d) Fear of death.
5. How does the Editor qualify Sara's stories?
(d) Simply told.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the Editor say Sara displays a particular interest in as a method of expression?
2. What does the Editor argue Sara tried to do in writing her story?
3. What did Sara do during the evacuation of her camp?
4. Whose speech was printed in the news paper Orli gave Sara and the others?
5. What does Sara wonder about a person's death?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where did Sara return after the Germans surrendered?
2. Why did the women's digestive systems rebel against the food from the Red Cross?
3. What was the story Mrs. Helena shared with Sara and the other infirmary workers?
4. What did Magna believe about dignity as human beings in Chapter 25?
5. What gave Sara and other infirmary workers a sense of hope as 1944 came to an end?
6. What did Sara and other survivors draw on according to the editor?
7. What did the Holocaust raise according to the editor?
8. What did the copy of Goebbel's newspaper say?
9. What did the one hundred rabbis do upon arrival in Auschwitz?
10. What happened on January 18, 1945?
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