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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Cabanatuan mean?
(a) Place of rocks.
(b) Place of the headhunters.
(c) Place of the rivers.
(d) Place of goats.
2. How many ounces of food were the men fighting on Bataan given?
(a) 20 ounces of food.
(b) 15 ounces of food.
(c) 41 ounces of food.
(d) 32 ounces of food.
3. How far from Manila did the January 9, 1945, invasion take place?
(a) 200 miles south.
(b) 100 miles south.
(c) 100 miles north.
(d) 200 miles north.
4. Where did Dr. Hibbs go to medical school?
(a) University of Iowa.
(b) University of Indiana.
(c) University of Wisconsin.
(d) University of Illinois.
5. Where did the small number of men who escaped from Philippine prison camps manage to escape to?
(b) New Zealand.
(c) New Guinea.
6. What officer liberated 1,000 American and Filipino prisoners and even gave them advice on what routes to take?
(a) Hajime Sugiyama.
(b) Takeo Imai.
(c) Murakami Hyoe.
(d) Masanobu Tsuji.
7. What did the Americans call the enemy surveillance planes?
(a) Eyes in the Sky.
(b) Photo Spies.
(c) Photo Joe.
(d) Jap Eyes.
8. How many men was Dr. Hibbs responsible for in April of 1942?
(a) 900 men.
(b) 500 men.
(c) 700 men.
(d) 1,000 men.
9. How many Filipinos had fought on Bataan at the time of the surrender to the Japanese?
(a) 68,000 Filipinos.
(b) 75,000 Filipinos.
(c) 72,000 Filipinos.
(d) 65,000 Filipinos.
10. What did Colonel Tsuji once claim to have eaten?
(a) The liver of a downed allied pilot.
(b) The kidney of a killed prisoner.
(c) The heart of a dead soldier.
(d) The intestine of an Allied officer.
11. Where was Eugene Nielsen born and raised?
12. How many troops did the General in charge of the Japanese forces command in January of 1945?
(a) 250,000 troops.
(b) 175,000 troops.
(c) 275,000 troops.
(d) 150,000 troops.
13. General Homma foresaw that American prisoners would need to move from Bataan. How many prisoners did he estimate would need evacuation?
(a) 60,000 prisoners.
(b) 40,000 prisoners.
(c) 100,000 prisoners.
(d) 25,000 prisoners.
14. At Puerto Princesa Prison Camp, what indicates that an air raid was imminent?
(a) An old Catholic church bell.
(b) A large drum.
(c) A gong.
(d) A trumpet.
15. How many years had Eugene Nielsen been interred at Puerto Princesa Prison Camp?
(a) Three years.
(b) Four years.
(c) Five years.
(d) Two years.
Short Answer Questions
1. Of all the prisoners who passed through O'Donnell, how many died there?
2. How long did the Japanese continue the seaside massacre after they torched the air-raid shelters?
3. How many men could fit in the air-raid shelters at Puerto Princesa Prison Camp?
4. How was the American who tried to drink from a spring killed?
5. What type of planes did the prisoners see after the air-raid alarm sounded on December 14?
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