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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. During Daniel's first night in Auschwitz, what is the only he sounds he can hear once the lights are turned off?
2. According to Daniel's father, where does the smoke at Auschwitz come from?
(a) Burning bodies.
(b) Wood for the German soliders.
(d) Forest fires.
3. After Daniel and his father arrive at Auschwitz, where do they go to work?
(b) Auschwitz I.
4. What do the resistance at Auschwitz want Daniel to do for them?
(c) Build bombs.
(d) Take pictures.
5. While Daniel is in quarantine a second time, where does he sleep?
(a) On bunks.
(b) On mattresses.
(c) In a big room.
(d) On mats.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Daniel, what had the Nazis created for themselves at his new camp?
2. At his new camp, where is Daniel put to work?
3. After Daniel's parents and Erika are deported, what happens to Daniel as he leaves the apartment?
4. According to Rosa's mother, what is Auschwitz?
5. When Daniel is running an errand to get chemicals, what act horrifies him?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Daniel's access to a radio symbolize his hope returning?
2. What is the role of Karl in the story?
3. Why does Adam talk about the horrors of Auschwitz in a matter of fact tone?
4. What is the difference between the Americans and the civilians of the Buchenwald in chapter fifteen?
5. What is the significance of the author showing the reader how the Germans live?
6. What purpose does the model SS father serve for the storyline?
7. What does Rosa's statement that she will leave a note in Daniel's old apartment as to where she is an indication of?
8. How do the photographs illustrate the declining conditions for the Jews?
9. What is the importance of Peter being attacked by the Polish boys even though the war is over?
10. What is the significance of Rosa's words to Daniel about how to carry on?
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