Eleanor Roosevelt, Volume One, 1884-1933 Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What project did Eleanor and her UN committee work on?
(a) International Bill of Rights.
(b) The Geneva Conventions.
(c) Petition for Human Rights.
(d) Desegregation.

2. Which refugee camps did Eleanor visit in 1952?
(a) Arab.
(b) Russian.
(c) Mexican.
(d) South African.

3. Where did Eleanor do volunteer work after Franklin's death?
(a) An elementary school.
(b) The United Nations.
(c) The YWCA.
(d) The Junior League.

4. Who died in April 1953?
(a) Eleanor's mother.
(b) Eleanor's neighbor and friend.
(c) Franklin, Jr.
(d) Tommy.

5. For whom did Eleanor have to put a request in writing to interview?
(a) Georgy Malenkov.
(b) Khrushchev.
(c) Brezhnev.
(d) Stalin.

6. Where did Franklin go to have a secret meeting with Churchill?
(a) Tokyo.
(b) Casablanca.
(c) Bern.
(d) Vancouver.

7. In 1948, whose statue was unveiled in England?
(a) Wilson's.
(b) Franklin's.
(c) Eleanor's.
(d) Truman's.

8. What difference did Eleanor notice in the Soviet Union as compared to the West?
(a) She felt more at home in the Soviet Union.
(b) More creativity was found in the arts of the Soviet Union.
(c) People dressed better.
(d) People were less able to speak freely.

9. Who did Eleanor say were doing a better job of helping the people of the world than Americans?
(a) Russians.
(b) The Japanese.
(c) The French.
(d) The Cubans.

10. At which school did Eleanor lecture to young people?
(a) Brandeis.
(b) Vassar.
(c) Harvard.
(d) Furman.

11. Where was the World's Fair held in 1958?
(a) Nice.
(b) Casablanca.
(c) Brussels.
(d) Amsterdam.

12. What was Eleanor doing when the news of Pearl Harbor reached her?
(a) Folding laundry.
(b) Putting her children to bed.
(c) Hosting a luncheon.
(d) Assisting at a homeless shelter.

13. Who invited Eleanor to Morocco?
(a) The Sultan.
(b) The American ambassador.
(c) The queen.
(d) Franklin's childhood best friend.

14. What did Eleanor consider more important than her work on the General Assembly?
(a) Her work on the International Justice Committee.
(b) Her work on the Equal Opportunity Committee.
(c) Her work on the Peace and Reconciliation Committee.
(d) Her work on the Human Rights Committee.

15. Who was nominated to be Roosevelt's running mate in 1940?
(a) His son, Franklin, Jr.
(b) Henry Wallace.
(c) Adlai Stevenson.
(d) Dwight Eisenhower.

Short Answer Questions

1. When Eleanor took part in an exchange program, where did she go?

2. Where in the Soviet Union did representatives of the US Embassy meet Eleanor?

3. Who arrived in January 1944 for a long visit at the White House?

4. Why did Eleanor worry about the situation in the Soviet Union?

5. Why did Eleanor keep the freezer well stocked when she lived alone in Hyde Park?

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