1. Victor Klemperer, the diarist, is a ___________ who has converted to _________.
(a) Protestant; Judaism.
(b) Jew; Catholicism.
(c) Jew; Protestantism.
(d) Catholic; Judaism.
2. Klemperer's wife, Eva, is _____________.
(a) Protestant and black.
(b) Catholic and Aryan.
(c) Non-Jewish and Aryan.
(d) Jewish and Semitic.
3. During which war did Klemperer serve in the German armed forces?
(a) World War II.
(b) World War I.
(c) The German Revolution.
(d) Franco-Prussian War.
4. For what reason was Klemperer discharged from the army?
(a) He deserted.
(b) He was discharged because his enlistment period had expired.
(c) He was discharged for medical reasons.
(d) He was dishonorably discharged.
5. How does the Nazi party come to power in January 1933?
(a) A rigged national election.
(b) A valid national election.
(c) A military coup.
(d) A workers' revolution.
6. When he becomes Chancellor of Germany, Hitler's ______________ rhetoric becomes central to national politics.
7. Who writes the propagandistic articles carried by most media outlets?
(a) Nazi party officials.
(b) Members of the former German government.
(d) The reporters who work for the media outlets.
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