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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where were the Rangers encamped on January 28, 1945?
2. Where was Bertram Bank raised?
3. What was Lieutenant Sato's nickname?
(a) The Turkey.
(b) The Taskmaster.
(c) The Idiot.
(d) The Buzzard.
4. What did a Filipino tell Eugene Neilsen after Neilsen asked the man to write the War Department about the massacre at Puerto Princesa?
(a) Tell them yourself.
(b) You have friends here.
(c) You will be safe with me.
(d) Come with me.
5. What was at the rear of the soldiers who were trying to flee to Mariveles?
(a) The Sulu Sea.
(b) The Pacific Sea.
(c) The Philippine Sea.
(d) The South China Sea.
6. What was the ward called where they placed critically ill patients at Camp O'Donnell?
(a) Death Ward.
(b) St. Peter's Ward.
(c) Zero Ward.
(d) Death Row.
7. What did Cabanatuan mean?
(a) Place of the headhunters.
(b) Place of rocks.
(c) Place of the rivers.
(d) Place of goats.
8. Where did Bertram Bank go to college?
(a) University of Georgia.
(b) University of Louisiana.
(c) University of Alabama.
(d) University of Mississippi.
9. In what direction did the Rangers head on January 28?
10. What world record did Abraham break when he was 16?
(a) Record for heaviest car balanced on the head.
(b) The record for the fastest lunge mile.
(c) The record for the greatest distance covered on a static cycle.
(d) The record for sitting in a tree.
11. From where did General MacArthur direct the action after the December attack by the Japanese?
(a) A bunker inside Corregidor.
(b) A bunker under Manilla.
(c) A bunker under Luzon.
(d) A bunker on the Bataan peninsula.
12. Who waded upon the shores of Luzon two days after Eugene Nielsen related the story of the massacre?
(a) General George S. Patton.
(b) General Douglas MacArthur.
(c) Field Marshall Bernard Law Montgomery.
(d) Admiral Chester Nimitz.
13. How many men survived the massacre at Puerto Princesa?
(a) 12 men.
(b) 11 men.
(c) 10 men.
(d) 9 men.
14. How old were many of the Japanese soldiers guarding Abie Abraham and his comrades?
(a) 17 to 18 years of age.
(b) 40 to 45 years of age.
(c) 30 to 35 years of age.
(d) 25 to 30 years of age.
15. Where were the 6th Army headquarters that the Rangers reached a few minutes after starting their mission on January 28?
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the Americans call the enemy surveillance planes?
2. When was Abie Abraham shipped to the Philippines?
3. What did Colonel Tsuji once claim to have eaten?
4. When did Bertram Bank arrive in Manila?
5. Where was Lieutenant Edward "Tommie" Thomas from?
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