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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. To what rank was Graves gazetted during Chapter 16?
2. What color were the ribbons the Royal Welch Fusiliers wore on the back of their dress tunics?
3. When did Graves begin to feel shame about his German heritage?
(a) As the great war approached
(b) After he aged and reflected back on his childhood
(c) When his relatives committed crimes
(d) When he was home in England
4. In what month did Graves rejoin the 1st battalion?
5. How far back is Graves able to trace his ancestral history?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Graves say the chaplains could be found?
2. At what age did Robert stop being fervant about his religious studies?
3. What was the age range of the men in Graves' platoon of Welshmen?
4. What did the men in battle do with their belongings when they were planning for an assault?
5. Which of the following classes of people ranked lowest within the social code that Graves describes?
Short Essay Questions
1. In what way did Graves describe the constant flow of troops in his regiment and how did the constant change affect morale?
2. Describe in what way Graves' regiment was known throughout the English Army and what battles they participated in?
3. How did Graves spend his time at the Harfleur 'Bull Ring'?
4. Why did Raymond encourage Graves to take up boxing?
5. What would the English soldiers do before a mass attack which some could find grisly, but the soldiers felt necessary to help the survivors?
6. What happened with Graves' relationship with Dick?
7. How were Graves and his siblings raised and what was the system they were raised under?
8. How does Graves recall the time he spent in Germany with his relatives during the summers of his childhood?
9. Why does Graves prefer the Fricourt trenches to the trenches he has been in in the past?
10. Describe who Graves' paternal grandfather was and what his importance was within society.
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