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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. What did people in America think of the treatment of the Jews by Germany?
(a) They were appalled.
(b) They thought reports were exaggerated.
(c) They thought the reports were underestimating the problem.
(d) They were happy.
2. How was William E. Dodd allowed to help the Jews?
(a) With the support of the State Department.
(b) Never in any capacity.
(c) Unofficially or on a personal basis.
(d) With the personal support of the White House.
3. What was Alfred Panofsky's occupation?
(a) He was a banker.
(b) He was a doctor.
(c) He was a surgeon.
(d) He was an architect.
4. What was the only thing that Hitler and his men understood, according to Messersmith?
5. What was William E. Dodd urged to tell Hitler?
(a) That Germany will not accept interference from the U.S.
(b) That the Jews of Germany supported the government.
(c) That public opinion had turned against him.
(d) That Russia didn't want war.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whose biography did William E. Dodd write?
2. What was Bella Fromm's position?
3. When was Franklin D Roosevelt sworn in as President?
4. What did William E. Dodd want to stay out of according to Chapter 5?
5. When was Chapter 1 taking place?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who was George S. Messersmith?
2. When Dodd traveled to Washington, D.C. what did FDR speak about in Chapter 4?
3. What did Messersmith want from a new Ambassador to Germany?
4. Why did Schachno appear at the American consulate?
5. What personal connections did Dodd have?
6. Who did Dodd invite to join them in Germany?
7. What would soon open in a nearby building?
8. Why did Messersmith feel alone?
9. Who was Alfred Panofsky, and what was his intention in Chapter 10?
10. What was the charge against Schachno?
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