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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 was the age of the oldest child sharing the railway station at Treblinka with Pan Zabecki and his family?
2. Whose wife suffered a mental breakdown at constantly witnessing the genocide of the Jews in her area?
(a) Pan Zabecki.
(b) Albert Hartl.
(c) Dieter Allers.
(d) Franz Stangl.
3. During Glazar's conversations with the author, what color is the "lovely" glass jar on the shelf with the Treblinka earth in the bottom?
4. To whom did the Polish Ambassador personally hand a letter about the Jewish genocide for the Pope on December 21, 1942?
(a) Monsieur Papee.
(b) Monsieur Tardini.
(c) Father Schneider.
(d) Monsieur Faulhaber.
5. What Polish Jew and his family were shipped to Treblinka in November 1942, and within the hour all of his family was killed except him?
(a) Richard Glazar.
(b) Karel Unger.
(c) Berek Rojzman.
(d) Joe Siedlecki.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who took photographs of an August 21st transport to Treblinka that were part of the evidence at the trial of the ten Treblinka guards in Dusseldorf?
2. In October of 1942 who formed a war crimes commission?
3. According to the author, who tells her the most information about Stangl and his family's life the two years following the end of the war?
4. What is Stangl's birth month and day?
5. Zhelo Bloch had been in charge of the military part of the planned revolt at Treblinka but after being sent away this responsibility went to whom?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was ironic to Glazar and Unger about Mannheim?
2. How did Horst Munzberger try to help his father during his trial?
3. What impressions did the author carry away about Sobibor and Treblinka after her visits, as described in the first chapter of Part Three?
4. How did the author describe Richard Glazar and his family when she visited his home in 1972?
5. How did Stangl describe his arrival at Treblinka?
6. What happened to Samuel Rajzman's little girl?
7. How did T4 psychiatrists view eastern Jews in relation to exterminating them?
8. The author broke up conversations with Stangl into two parts, so what did she do in this interim time and how long was it?
9. How did Zabecki's wife deal with the cruelty of the human transports and escalating murders?
10. What was the Lazarett at Treblinka?
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