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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How far would the Rangers have to crawl on their stomachs toward the camp?
(a) A mile.
(b) 500 yards.
(c) 250 yards.
(d) 1/2 mile.
2. What did one of the locals give Prince to eat?
(a) Some fruit.
(b) Vegetables wrapped in banana leaves.
(c) A chicken egg.
(d) Some rice.
3. What song was Ralph Rodriguez playing on a phonograph the evening of January 30?
(a) "I'm Beginning to See the Light."
(b) "Some Enchanted Evening."
(c) "Sentimental Journey."
(d) "Wait 'Til the Sun Shines, Nellie."
4. From where did Alamo Scouts rescue Dutch prisoners of war?
(b) New Guinea.
5. Who died just as the prisoners and Rangers crossed American lines?
Short Answer Questions
1. When did the Rangers and prisoners leave Platero?
2. What did Ralph Hibbs asks the prisoners to start killing during the last weeks of January 1945?
3. Who removed the padlock from the front gate of Cabanatuan?
4. What did the locals give the Rangers when they stopped in Balincarin?
5. Approximately how tall was the gate at the main entrance to Cabanatuan?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why weren't the Signal Corps men as excited as the Rangers as the mission got underway?
2. How was Pajota planning for the rescue mission?
3. What happened when Tommie Thomas caught diphtheria?
4. How did Pajota suggest that the injured prisoners be transported back to American lines?
5. What did Captain Pajota suggest as cover for the Rangers as they wriggled to their positions in the fields?
6. What would happen to a prisoner if he would slip a root or a pod of beans into his personal gunny sack?
7. What would Prince oversee as assault commander?
8. Describe what some of the prisoners were doing moments before the Rangers began the raid.
9. What was special about the P-61 plane?
10. How was the barking problem in Platero solved?
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