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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where were the 6th Army headquarters that the Rangers reached a few minutes after starting their mission on January 28?
2. What vitamin deficiency caused beriberi?
(a) Lack of Vitamin D.
(b) Lack of Vitamin K.
(c) Lack of Vitamin C.
(d) Lack of Vitamin B.
3. What was Lieutenant Sato's nickname?
(a) The Idiot.
(b) The Taskmaster.
(c) The Buzzard.
(d) The Turkey.
4. What was the name of the monkey brought from the Philippines from New Guinea?
5. How far were the rangers from Cabanatuan when they stopped to begin marching on foot?
(a) 30 miles.
(b) 60 miles.
(c) 45 miles.
(d) 25 miles.
6. How many men survived the massacre at Puerto Princesa?
(a) 11 men.
(b) 9 men.
(c) 12 men.
(d) 10 men.
7. What was Abie Abraham's rank?
(b) Staff Sergeant.
8. Who was in charge of the Japanese forces that were retreating in January of 1945?
(a) General Goto.
(b) General Saeda.
(c) General Yamashita.
(d) General Yagasaki.
9. Where were the Bataan nurses sent before General King surrendered to the Japanese?
10. What type of food was a monkey scrambling over on January 28, 1945?
(c) Corned-beef hash.
(d) Powdered eggs.
11. On the morning of December 14, where did a Japanese seaplane spot a convoy of American destroyers and battleships?
(a) The East China Sea.
(b) The South China Sea.
(c) The Sea of Japan.
(d) The Sulu Sea.
12. What was at the front of the soldiers trying to flee to Mariveles?
(a) Fourteenth Imperial Army.
(b) Fourth Imperial Army.
(c) Sixth Imperial Army.
(d) Twelfth Imperial Army.
13. In December, where did the Japanese bombers and Zeros catch a large part of the American Air Force of the Far East on the ground?
(a) Pearce Field.
(b) Delano Field.
(c) Hamilton Field.
(d) Clark Field.
14. Who rode at the head of the column of Rangers?
(a) Captain Prince.
(b) Ranger Dykes.
(c) First Lieutenant Lueddeke.
(d) Colonel Mucci.
15. Who refused to go into the air-raid shelters on December 14?
(a) Robert Pritchford.
(b) C. C. Smith.
(c) Quentine Devore.
(d) Vernon Booth.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many people was Camp O'Donnell designed to accommodate?
2. When did Eugene Nielsen tell about the torching of the air-raid shelters at Puerto Princesa Prison Camp on December 14?
3. At Puerto Princesa Prison Camp, what indicates that an air raid was imminent?
4. Where did the trains take prisoners?
5. What was Dr. Ralph Emerson Hibbs's rank?
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