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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 were Martha and many Americans according to Chapter 5?
(a) Sympathetic to the Jews of Germany.
(b) Interested in Communism.
(d) Against Hitler.
2. What was Martha curious of on the way to their hotel?
(a) The Nazi flags.
(b) Burnt cars.
(c) A burnt building.
(d) People being beaten in the street.
3. What was Messersmith's opinion of Ernst Hanfstaengl?
(a) He liked him but didn't trust him,
(b) He didn't like or trust him.
(c) He liked and trusted him.
(d) He didn't like him, but trusted him.
4. Who did William E. Dodd often talk to on board the ship to Germany?
(a) Marius Kovarin.
(b) Rudolf Hess.
(c) Rabbi Wise.
(d) Rabbi Joseph.
5. How did George S. Messersmith feel in his campaign?
(a) Supported by the Amrican public.
(b) Supported by the State Department.
(d) Supported by the Ambassador.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was Edgar Mowrer a correspondent for according to Chapter 9?
2. How long before the events of the Introduction was Joseph Schachno visited by uniformed men?
3. What did Dodd do that broke customs according to Chapter 7?
4. What was Captain Rohm commanding?
5. What was Joseph Schachno beaten with?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who was Ernst Hanfstaengl in Chapter 8?
2. What were William and Martha like according to Chapter 3?
3. When Dodd traveled to Washington, D.C. what did FDR speak about in Chapter 4?
4. Why did Messersmith feel alone?
5. Who was William E. Dodd, and why was he growing frustrated according to Chapter 1?
6. Who was Alfred Panofsky, and what was his intention in Chapter 10?
7. What was happening since the German chancellor was named?
8. What was the charge against Schachno?
9. How did the American consulates feel?
10. What happened despite not having evidence?
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