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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who was the Nazi Party a problem for according to Ian Kershaw in "Emergence of the Leader"?
(a) The Communists.
(b) The other anti-semitist parties.
(c) The Jews.
(d) The government.
2. What book did Hitler release after getting out of prison?
(a) Mein Kampf.
(b) Mein Volk.
(c) Mein Reich.
(d) Mein Fuhrer.
3. What was Alfred Rosenberg role at the start of Part 1 of "Emergence of the Leader"?
(a) Party accountant.
(b) Temporary head of the Nazi party.
(c) Police commissioner.
(d) Gross Fuhrer.
4. What were those who wanted to stay at the Prussian Academy of Art forced to do?
(a) Join the Nazi party.
(b) Certify that they were not Jewish.
(c) Declare fealty to Hitler's government.
(d) Only create Nazi authorized art.
5. What was the time perfect for according to Hitler in Part 1 of "Breakthrough"?
(a) To kill the Brown Shirts.
(b) To become Chancellor.
(c) To demand a position within the government for Nazis.
(d) To overthrough the government.
6. What does Ian Kershaw say most people in Germany were probably indifferent to?
(a) Hitler's nomination as chancellor.
(b) Hitler's creation of an army.
(c) Anti-Jewish laws.
(d) Better economical forecast.
7. How long did it take for the youth in attendance at the Hitler Youth Rally to go by him?
(a) 3 hours.
(b) 12 hours.
(c) 7 hours.
(d) 2 hours.
8. What starts in Part 5 of "Mastery Over the Movement"?
(a) The Spanish War.
(b) The Great Depression.
(c) The general elections in France.
(d) World War II.
9. What did many of the German people struggle with in the years prior to Hitler's access to power?
(a) Keeping their homes.
(d) Finding work.
10. What did Hitler blame his mood swings on Christmas Eve 1924 on?
(a) His medicine.
(b) His lack of sleep.
(c) His bipolar disorder.
(d) His being observed through a peephole.
11. What did Hitler say when he stood up for Rohm early in the Nazi Party life?
(a) Whatever happened in private was not the business of the Nazi Party.
(b) The Nazi Party needed homosexuals to keep it in check.
(c) He was a good man who made a mistake.
(d) Homosexuality needed to be accepted by society.
12. What happened to Rohm after Hitler's failed coup in 1924?
(a) He fled to France.
(b) He collaborated with the police.
(c) He tried to kill himself.
(d) He was arrested alongside Hitler.
13. What continues in Part 2 of "Levered into Power"?
(a) The planning of the final solution.
(b) The political stalemate.
(c) The rise of Hitler to power.
(d) The discrimination against the Jews.
14. How long did Hitler stay in prison for Hitler's failed coup in 1924?
(a) 13 months.
(b) 9 months.
(c) 12 months.
(d) 43 months.
15. What did Hitler's time in jail allow him to do?
(a) Convince the guards to free him.
(b) Write a book.
(c) Figure out what he wanted for the party and himself.
(d) Convert the prisoner population.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happened on January 30, 1933 in Germany?
2. What did Hitler do to political opponents shortly after his taking power?
3. What did Rohm gather in Part 2 of "Securing Total Power" that Hitler didn't take action on?
4. What happened between Rohm and Hitler at the start of Part 1 of "Securing Total Power"?
5. What does Part 3 say blew over as the 1930 elections were about to occur?
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