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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 is the code name for the Germans' elaborate deception to fool the Russians in 1942?
2. What are the "Landing Craft, Vehicle and Personnel" (LCVP) also known as?
(a) Omaha Boats.
(b) Eureka Boats.
(c) U Boats.
(d) Safety Boats.
3. What day are the two soldiers sent to the French coast to get secret soil samples by the Allies?
(a) New Year's.
(b) Christmas Eve.
4. What are the losses predicted by Commander Leigh-Mallory?
(a) 40 percent.
(b) 60 percent.
(c) 20 percent.
(d) 70 percent.
5. Where do the Allies want the Germans to believe the D-Day invasion would be?
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Allied troops use to keep water out of their riffles during the invasion?
2. The area on the French coast between the beach and the bluffs was called the ___________.
3. How many divisions do the Allies have in France when they first meet German troops in 1944?
4. Many of the German divisions are waiting on orders from whom?
5. How many minesweepers clear the Channel for the Allies?
Short Essay Questions
1. What purpose does the British Double Cross System serve in the war?
2. What are the exact numbers of Allied bombers and fighters that take part in D-Day?
3. How do the commanders and leaders feel about the D-Day plans by the time of the May 15 dress rehearsal?
4. How does Hitler misjudge the need for fighter jets over bombers?
5. How are Black American soldiers treated during World War II?
6. What plans do the Allies make to breach the Atlantic Wall?
7. How does the British airborne fare in comparison to the dismal deployment of the American paratroopers?
8. What are the plans for taking Omaha beach?
9. What happens with the three bridges the Allies had predetermined to destroy in the opening phase of the invasion?
10. What roles do Rommel and Eisenhower have in World War I?
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