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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 was the code name for the invasion of France?
2. What was the only way to be successful in battle, according to Eisenhower?
(a) By having sufficient aircraft carriers.
(b) By having air superiority.
(c) By being fit and having the best weapons.
(d) By having the soldiers understand why they were fighting.
3. What battle did Montgomery's bickering jeopardize, according to Eisenhower in Chapter 6?
(a) The invasion of North Africa.
(b) The Battle of the Bulge.
(c) Battle of Caen.
(d) The invasion of Italy
4. When did the invasion of France finally occur?
(a) June 6, 1944.
(b) June 7, 1944.
(c) August 24, 1944.
(d) January 17, 1945.
5. What happened after Eisenhower assumed total command over the land base operations?
(a) The battle was lost.
(b) The battle turned in favor of the Allies.
(c) Germany surrendered.
(d) The Allies were put back at sea.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who did Eisenhower try to maintain friendly relations with?
2. Who did Eisenhower's hesitation allow to escape in the battle mentioned in Chapter 4?
3. What was at an all time high, according to Chapter 8?
4. What school did Eisenhower attend after high school?
5. Where was Eisenhower's son, John, before being recalled to Washington for his father's inauguration?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened during the time that Montgomery spent arguing?
2. What did Eisenhower realize about the presidency, in Chapter 9?
3. In Chapter 12, what struggle started between Eisenhower and Joe McCarthy?
4. What damaged Eisenhower's British American relations?
5. What did Eisenhower do after he retired from the army?
6. What did Eisenhower spend a lot of time doing?
7. What happened at the Battle at Kasserine, and why was it significant?
8. What happened on June 6, 1944?
9. What did Eisenhower learn in Chapter 4?
10. What did Eisenhower do to prepare for war, and why was this significant?
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