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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 Czech survivor now residing in the US was best friends with Glazar in the camps?
2. During Glazar's conversations with the author, what color is the "lovely" glass jar on the shelf with the Treblinka earth in the bottom?
3. In what month of 1942 did the exiled Polish government release a report detailing the mass murder of Jews since the German invasion?
4. A boy named Edek arrived in Treblinka at the age of fourteen and was allowed to live and entertain the camp with his one possession, which was what?
(a) A banjo.
(b) An accordian.
(c) A harmonica.
(d) A small drum.
5. According to the author, what was the name of the Bishop in Rome who assisted Stangl with his papers and escape?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the Polish diplomat who wrote a book about Pope Pius XII, entitled "Pius XII a Polski 1939-1949?"
2. Who wrote "The Silence of Pope Pius XII?"
3. What camp survivor worked at a US hotel and was remarried to a German woman after the war?
4. To whom did the Polish Ambassador personally hand a letter about the Jewish genocide for the Pope on December 21, 1942?
5. According to Stangl who invented the "system" of nakedness, whippings and 'cattle pens' to exterminate the Jews efficiently?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was Stangl's wife shocked by Father Mario's response to her talk about her husband under confessional?
2. Who was Dr Dollmann?
3. What was Otto Horn's role in Treblinka?
4. Why did Glazar describe the Nazi death camps as the "perfect machine?"
5. Who was the boy Edek?
6. According to the author how did Stangl change when he had to talk about "intolerable" details of events?
7. How did the author describe Richard Glazar and his family when she visited his home in 1972?
8. How did Zabecki's wife deal with the cruelty of the human transports and escalating murders?
9. The author broke up conversations with Stangl into two parts, so what did she do in this interim time and how long was it?
10. How did Stangl respond upon the author's return in June and who did the author bring with her this time?
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