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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Zahn say might have been detrimental to his research?
(a) Being American.
(b) Talking to Jagerstatter's wife.
(c) Being Catholic.
(d) Articles in the local newspapers.
2. Who did Jagerstatter tell his wife not to think evil of?
(a) Those who decided to serve the military.
(b) His lawyer.
(d) The judges.
3. What does Jagerstatter's lawyer say about the odds during his trial?
(a) They were against success.
(b) They were in-between.
(c) They were good because of the judge.
(d) They were excellent.
4. What was the Nazi Party long opposed to according to Jagerstatter ?
(b) The Church.
(d) British sea empire.
5. What did Jagerstatter tell the court official in response to their pleas?
(a) He refused to have a new lawyer.
(b) To pray for him.
(c) He refused their offer.
(d) He accepted the fine.
6. How long did Jagerstatter's last visit last?
(a) 45 minutes.
(b) 30 minutes.
(c) 2 hours.
(d) 20 minutes.
7. Why did the Nazis allow people to be privately devoted to their personal convictions?
(a) Because it was busy with the war.
(b) Because they could not monitor everyone.
(c) Because it was easier for the police.
(d) Because it damaged the Church.
8. What point did Jagerstatter make about how the Nazi party would regard him even if he was to accept to join the military?
(a) Because he was not a voluntary recruit.
(b) Because he was Catholic.
(c) Because he voiced his opinion.
(d) Because he was a farmer.
9. Where did Jagerstatter promise his children to meet them?
(a) In Berlin.
(b) At home.
(c) In heaven.
(d) On earth or heaven.
10. What was Jagerstatter told in the car during his transfer?
(a) That he would be executed in a week.
(b) That he would be executed that afternoon.
(c) That his wife was being imprisoned.
(d) That he would be executed that night.
11. Where was the train in Jagerstatter's dreams heading for?
12. What was Jagerstatter's sentence?
(a) 50 cane stokes.
(b) Life in prison.
(c) 55000 ReichMarks fine.
13. What did the train in Jagerstatter's dream represent?
(c) The world.
(d) National Socialism.
14. What path did Jagerstatter say was easier to follow than the one he chose?
(a) Path to ruin.
(b) Path to enlightened.
(c) Path to redemption.
(d) Path to death.
15. Where did Jagerstatter's party stop on their way to Berlin?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was present during Jagerstatter last visit beside his visitors?
2. Who did Jagerstatter's lawyer ask for help in convincing Jagerstatter to change his mind?
3. What types of weapons did Jagerstatter prophesy?
4. What did Jagerstatter's visitor try to do?
5. What was "creeping in upon us" according to Jagerstatter?
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