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

Blanche Wiesen Cook
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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 did Franklin tell Eleanor about when he comes back from his secret meeting with Churchill?
(a) De Gaulle.
(b) The numbers of casualties.
(c) The impending war.
(d) Hitler.

2. What was the first piece of news Eleanor heard about her husband's health on April 12, 1945?
(a) He had a heart attack.
(b) He was in poor health.
(c) He fainted.
(d) He was in a coma.

3. 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 Peace and Reconciliation Committee.
(c) Her work on the Human Rights Committee.
(d) Her work on the Equal Opportunity Committee.

4. Why did Eleanor worry about the situation in the Soviet Union?
(a) She saw lots of tragic things when she was there.
(b) She thinks Americans don't understand the severity.
(c) She believes there are too many poor people living there.
(d) She thinks the Soviet Union will take over America soon.

5. Who arrived in January 1944 for a long visit at the White House?
(a) Franklin's childhood best friend.
(b) Franklin, Jr., and his wife.
(c) Eleanor's aunts and uncles.
(d) Johnny's wife and children.

Short Answer Questions

1. What sorts of organizations was Eleanor involved with in 1939-1940?

2. Who asked Eleanor to be a member of the United Nations delegation?

3. What was Eleanor doing when the news of Pearl Harbor reached her?

4. Where did Eleanor do volunteer work after Franklin's death?

5. In 1941, what did Franklin and Churchill discuss?

Short Essay Questions

1. Recount Eleanor's visit to London during WWII explaining what her aunt remarked on after her visit with the royal family.

2. How did Franklin eventually earn Stalin's respect and trust?

3. Describe Eleanor's reasoning for separating from the youth organizations she was involved with in 1939 and 1940.

4. Describe Eleanor's interactions with the King and Queen of Greece.

5. Describe how Eleanor became involved in the United Nations.

6. How did Eleanor react to adjusting to a life without Franklin?

7. What is your impression of how Eleanor dealt with being First Lady during an international war?

8. Describe the process of approving the International Bill of Rights.

9. What was Eleanor's life like at Hyde Park after Franklin died?

10. Who comes to visit the White House in early 1944?

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