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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. Who talked about becoming the "block-eldest" in the Sobibor barracks for work-Jews?
2. In what year did Globocnik commit suicide?
3. Sobibor became fully operational in May of what year?
4. Just before a lunch break during the first interview, how long did the author listen to Stangl before telling him what she wanted from the interviews or she would not continue?
(a) 2 hours.
(b) 2 1/2 hours.
(c) 3 hours.
(d) 4 hours.
5. Stan arrived in Sobibor and described for the author the division into how many "camps?"
Short Answer Questions
1. After Stangl became a police officer in 1934, what official was assassinated?
2. In the Fall of 1935 Stangl was getting married and was also transferred to a police assignment in what town?
3. Who was eventually commissioned to write the Euthanasia opposition opinion regarding the Catholic Church?
4. Victims were transported to Nazi death camps via ____.
5. Several survivors testified at Stagl's trial, but who is the one survivor whose testimony Stangl felt as a betrayal?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was Albert Hartl's experience while riding with Colonel Blobel?
2. What was done in euthanasia institutes after T4 was officially stopped by Hitler?
3. Why did Stangl stop in Chelm before going on to Sobibor?
4. How did the Nazi plans for "Final Solution" come to be during the invasion of Russia?
5. What did Stangl reveal about his orders to report to T4 and his knowledge of T4's purpose?
6. What body officially approved the four extermination camps and what was the name of each camp?
7. What did the author mention about Hitler's new Europe from "Mein Kampf?"
8. What did the author learn about the former SS HQ when she visited the site in Lublin in March 1972?
9. In the first interview what did we learn about Stangl's tour of duty?
10. Only who had a chance of surviving the four death camps and how many actually survived?
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