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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How was the American who tried to drink from a spring killed?
(a) The American got stabbed and left to drown.
(b) The American got stabbed in the chest.
(c) The American got decapitated.
(d) The American got stabbed in the back.

2. What agricultural outpost did the Ranger convoy reach around 7:15 a.m.?
(a) La Paz.
(b) Gerona.
(c) Guimba.
(d) Lupao.

3. When did Bertram Bank arrive in Manila?
(a) February 1940.
(b) March 1942.
(c) November 1941.
(d) January 1939.

4. What other historic event happened on the day that General King surrendered to the Japanese?
(a) The Battle of Gettysburg began.
(b) Abraham Lincoln was shot.
(c) The fall of Fort Sumter.
(d) General Lee surrendered to General Grant.

5. 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.

6. What was Abraham's wife's name?
(a) Nancy.
(b) Emilie.
(c) Susanna.
(d) Martha.

7. How many years had Eugene Nielsen been interred at Puerto Princesa Prison Camp?
(a) Four years.
(b) Two years.
(c) Three years.
(d) Five years.

8. Where was Eugene Nielsen born and raised?
(a) Idaho.
(b) Nevada.
(c) Utah.
(d) Montana.

9. Who was in charge of the Japanese forces that were retreating in January of 1945?
(a) General Saeda.
(b) General Yamashita.
(c) General Goto.
(d) General Yagasaki.

10. What did Cabanatuan mean?
(a) Place of rocks.
(b) Place of goats.
(c) Place of the rivers.
(d) Place of the headhunters.

11. How far were the rangers from Cabanatuan when they stopped to begin marching on foot?
(a) 60 miles.
(b) 30 miles.
(c) 45 miles.
(d) 25 miles.

12. Who refused to go into the air-raid shelters on December 14?
(a) Quentine Devore.
(b) Vernon Booth.
(c) Robert Pritchford.
(d) C. C. Smith.

13. 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) Come with me.
(d) You will be safe with me.

14. When General King was about to surrender, how much food did his quartermaster report that he had to dole out to the men?
(a) One ration.
(b) Two rations.
(c) Three rations.
(d) One half of a ration.

15. How many people was Camp O'Donnell designed to accommodate?
(a) No more than 9,000.
(b) About 12,000.
(c) About 10,000.
(d) No more than 5,000.

Short Answer Questions

1. How many men could fit in the air-raid shelters at Puerto Princesa Prison Camp?

2. How old were many of the Japanese soldiers guarding Abie Abraham and his comrades?

3. Who commanded the Japanese Fourteenth Imperial Army?

4. How many Chinese was Colonel Tsuji said to be personally responsible for their deaths?

5. How far from Manila did the January 9, 1945, invasion take place?

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