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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 was Eisenhower stationed at the end of 1921?
(a) The Philippines.
(b) Washington D.C.
(d) The Panama Canal.
2. What action would have allowed Eisenhower to win the battle mentioned in Chapter 4?
(a) Attacking on the left flank.
(b) Using more air cover.
(c) Waiting for reinforcements.
(d) Taking more risks.
3. What was Eisenhower's main academic interest while in college?
4. What happened on November 1, 1952?
(a) Eisenhower lost the presidential election.
(b) Eisenhower was elected President.
(c) Nixon was elected President.
(d) Eisenhower had his first heart attack.
5. What did people start to doubt about Eisenhower at the end of Chapter 12?
(a) His sanity.
(b) His birth place.
(c) His loyalty.
(d) His math skills.
Short Answer Questions
1. What battle did Montgomery's bickering jeopardize, according to Eisenhower in Chapter 6?
2. Who did Chapter 5 say wanted to claim victory in France as his own alone?
3. What was everyone looking for Eisenhower to do in 1948?
4. What did Eisenhower say he realized in 1948 concerning the Bolsheviks?
5. Who did Eisenhower make a deal with over North Africa?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 12, what struggle started between Eisenhower and Joe McCarthy?
2. What did Eisenhower do after he retired from the army?
3. What did Eisenhower recognize about the British in Chapter 5?
4. How does Chapter 3 describe Eisenhower's treatment of American troops?
5. What happened for Eisenhower after the war, according to Chapter 8?
6. What did Eisenhower spend a lot of time doing?
7. What was significant about the way in which Eisenhower spoke?
8. What is the purpose of the book, according to Chapter 1?
9. What happened between Eisenhower and Truman, and how was it significant, in Chapter 11?
10. What affected the Allied forces in Chapter 7, and how did this impact Eisenhower?
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