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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 many rounds could an automatic heavy rifle shoot per minute?
(a) 550 rounds.
(b) 750 rounds.
(c) 350 rounds.
(d) 450 rounds.
2. Who died just as the prisoners and Rangers crossed American lines?
3. What two books did Chaplain Taylor read when thrown into the heat box?
(a) The Bible and "The House of the Dead."
(b) The Bible and "The Brothers Karamazov."
(c) The Bible and "Crime and Punishment."
(d) The Bible and "Notes from the Underground."
4. Where was Dr. Fisher raised?
(a) New Hampshire.
5. Who was the most reluctant prisoner to leave the camp?
(a) Abie Abraham.
(b) Bob Body.
(c) James Duckworth.
(d) Ralph Hibbs.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the most popular class in the prison, "University of the Far East"?
2. Near what river was Platero situated?
3. What was Dorothy Clara Fuentes' real name?
4. After talking with the Alamo Scouts and Pajota, how long did Mucci decide to wait before attempting the rescue?
5. What did the prisoners steal from a farmer when they were alone at Cabanatuan?
Short Essay Questions
1. What efforts did the American prisoners who had engineering skills make to improve Cabanatuan prison?
2. Describe the weed named cogon.
3. What were some valuables that the prisoners stowed around the camp that they weren't allowed to take with them?
4. What would happen to a prisoner if he would slip a root or a pod of beans into his personal gunny sack?
5. How did Teddy Richardson get the padlock open on the front gate?
6. What was an aswang?
7. How was Pajota planning for the rescue mission?
8. How were most of the Cabanatuan prisoners transported back to the United States?
9. Why wasn't Prince worried about informants when they arrived in Balincarin and learned that people knew all about the Rangers' mission?
10. Who were evacuated from Platero and other barrios?
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