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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the name of the monkey brought from the Philippines from New Guinea?
2. Where were the survivors of the massacre at Puerto Princesa evacuated?
3. What was at the front of the soldiers trying to flee to Mariveles?
(a) Sixth Imperial Army.
(b) Fourteenth Imperial Army.
(c) Twelfth Imperial Army.
(d) Fourth Imperial Army.
4. On what day did General Edward King surrender to the Japanese?
(a) On February 12.
(b) On January 4.
(c) On March 8.
(d) On April 9.
5. Where was Bertram Bank raised?
6. How many people was Camp O'Donnell designed to accommodate?
(a) No more than 5,000.
(b) About 10,000.
(c) About 12,000.
(d) No more than 9,000.
7. What was Colonel Tsuji called by the young Japanese officers?
(a) The God of Operations.
(b) The Hatchet Man.
(c) The Butcher.
(d) The Spy.
8. What time did an air raid signal sound on December 14?
(a) At 2 p.m.
(b) At 4 p.m.
(c) At 1 p.m.
(d) At 3 p.m.
9. Who refused to go into the air-raid shelters on December 14?
(a) C. C. Smith.
(b) Vernon Booth.
(c) Robert Pritchford.
(d) Quentine Devore.
10. When did the aerial attack begin on Luzon?
(a) On October 13.
(b) On December 8.
(c) On November 11.
(d) On January 2.
11. What did Cabanatuan mean?
(a) Place of the rivers.
(b) Place of rocks.
(c) Place of goats.
(d) Place of the headhunters.
12. What world record did Abraham break when he was 16?
(a) The record for sitting in a tree.
(b) The record for the greatest distance covered on a static cycle.
(c) Record for heaviest car balanced on the head.
(d) The record for the fastest lunge mile.
13. What was the date when Abie Abraham and his comrades had to stand near water, but could not drink?
(a) April 2, 1942.
(b) April 10, 1942.
(c) April 22, 1942.
(d) April 30, 1942.
14. What did Colonel Tsuji once claim to have eaten?
(a) The heart of a dead soldier.
(b) The kidney of a killed prisoner.
(c) The liver of a downed allied pilot.
(d) The intestine of an Allied officer.
15. How many men was Dr. Hibbs responsible for in April of 1942?
(a) 700 men.
(b) 1,000 men.
(c) 900 men.
(d) 500 men.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where were the Army photographers from who accompanied the Rangers on their rescue mission?
2. What type of vehicle did Colonel Motoo Nakayama arrive in to discuss surrender with General King?
3. How far from Manila did the January 9, 1945, invasion take place?
4. How many ounces of food were the men fighting on Bataan given?
5. Who was the commander of the U.S. Sixth Army in January of 1945?
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