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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Bell's reaction to losing her trusted mentor in the summer of 1918?
(b) Mildly upset.
(c) Deeply upset.
(d) Bedridden briefly from despair.
2. The end of World War I means a tough job ahead for a multitude of people in which nation Bell has been adopting?
3. What does Wallach describe as thrilling Bell in Chapter 23?
(a) Returning to Cairo.
(b) Returning to Baghdad.
(c) Returning to Amman.
(d) Returning to Tehran.
4. Faisal is eventually elected and his coronation is held when?
(a) August 23, 1921.
(b) December 25, 1921.
(c) October 31, 1921.
(d) November 24, 1921.
5. When Bell stops to visit the new ruler of Syria in September 1919, she learns he is lobbying for support where?
6. Bell spends much time exploring Paris with whom while attending the peace conference?
(a) Her father.
(b) Her stepsister.
(c) T.E. Lawrence.
(d) Winston Churchill.
7. What is the title of Bell's white paper she publishes in January 1921?
(a) Review of the Civil Administration of Mesopotamia.
(b) Review of the Civil Administration of Arabia.
(c) Review of the Civil Administration of Persia.
(d) Review of the Civil Administration of Iraq.
8. Which general does the British government instruct to appoint a new ruler of Syria once the war is over?
(a) General Allenby.
(b) General Allens.
(c) General Allenton.
(d) General Allentown.
9. Chapter 28 finds Bell ebullient at Cox's return when?
(a) December 1920.
(b) September 1920.
(c) November 1920.
(d) October 1920.
10. The independent state Cox establishes in the summer of 1920 is to be subject to whose mandate?
(b) Arab States.
(c) Great Britain.
11. Her spirits rise on October 31, 1918 when Bell learns that the Allies have signed an armistice with which nation?
12. In Chapter 30, what is Bell's plan to get Faisal to the throne?
(a) Travel to Baghdad, gaining unanimous support on arrival.
(b) Travel to Baghdad, gaining unanimous support prior to departure.
(c) Travel to Baghdad, gaining unanimous support en route.
(d) Travel to Bucharest, gaining unanimous support en route.
13. In assisting Cox in establishing a government, Bell feels that Faisal is the obvious choice for the position of emir for what reason?
(a) He was ousted from his previous position by the French.
(b) He has the most experience and is held in high regard.
(c) He seems to be the most popular and in high regard by populace.
(d) He appears to be the most stable and intelligent candidate.
14. At home, following the war, Bell's family's business is suffering huge financial problems due to what?
(a) Strikes and a depression hitting England after the war.
(b) Strikes and political turmoil subsequent to the war.
(c) Strikes and rebellion against the Victorian social structure.
(d) Strikes and mismanagement while her father was ill.
15. While Cox must leave Baghdad in the summer of 1920, he promises to return to establish a what?
(a) Persistent Arab government.
(b) Perpetual Arab government.
(c) Permanent Arab government.
(d) Provisional Arab government.
Short Answer Questions
1. As Cox returns to Baghdad in Chapter 27, Bell is quick to share information about the uprisings and unrest among the people who are tired of waiting for what?
2. In the summer of 1920 after Bell informs him of what has been transpiring in his absence, Cox announces that which region is to be made an independent state ?
3. in the spring of 1918, Bell works under the command of which acting civil commissioner during Cox's absence?
4. When hearing of Bell leaking the documents in 1920, what does her superior do?
5. Where is Bell's work receiving praise from in early 1917?
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