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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Ginzburg notice is lacking where she is now?
(b) Decent food.
(d) Older party members.
2. Who summons Ginzburg?
(a) The deputy chief of the Moscow Communist party.
(b) The head of the GGP.
(c) The district committee.
(d) The politburo in Moscow.
3. How long after her hearing is Ginzburg arrested?
(a) Several months.
(b) Eight days.
(c) Three weeks.
(d) One day.
4. How does Pitkovskaya commit suicide?
(a) She shoots herself.
(b) She drinks acid.
(c) She sets herself on fire.
(d) She hangs herself.
5. Why is Ginzburg summoned to a Party meeting?
(a) For missing two meetings in a row when she was ill.
(b) For failing to denouce Trotsky strenuously enough in a recent lecture.
(c) For not denouncing Elvov.
(d) For having a book in her home that was published outside of Russia.
6. Why is Ginzburg's watch inaccurate?
(a) She forgot to wind it sometimes in prison and only guessed at the time when resetting it.
(b) Its battery is run down.
(c) It has not been wound since she entered prison.
(d) The dampness of the prison has rusted it.
7. What does Ginzburg's husband advise against her doing?
(a) Defending her initial statements.
(b) Publicly saying goodbye to her children.
(c) Stopping to tell her mother goodbye.
(d) Fighting the charges.
8. Who is Captain Vevers?
(a) The man who forces the interrogator to be humane when questioning Ginzburg.
(b) The man who tries to be kind to Ginzburg in prison.
(c) The head of the secret police in Moscow.
(d) The man who interrogates Ginzburg.
9. Who apologizes to Ginzburg?
10. Where is Ginzburg put after her initial interrogations?
(a) In a cellar.
(b) In a courtyard with tents for shelter.
(c) In a dormitory with other political offenders.
(d) In a bleak prison with stone walls.
11. Who is Comrade Beylin?
(a) The new Chariman of the Bureau of Party Political Control.
(b) The head of the local GPU.
(c) A doctor who gives Ginzburg a slip saying she was ill.
(d) Stalin's son-in-law and head of the Foreign Propaganda office.
12. Where is Ginzburg taken?
(a) Lefortovo prison.
(b) The offices of the Moscow Secret Police.
(c) The Warden's office.
(d) The Crimean Prison.
13. For how long does this form of interrogation last?
(a) Several weeks.
(b) A few hours.
(c) 7 days.
(d) 3 days.
14. What eventually happens to Sagidullin?
(a) He is released.
(b) He is shot.
(c) He is sentenced to death, which is commuted to life in prison.
(d) He is sent to Sibera for six years.
15. What does Vevers use frequently?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Nina in prison?
2. Where is Ginzburg taken?
3. What is the maximum penalty for the crimes with which Ginzburg is charged?
4. Why is Ginsburg sad on September 1, 1935?
5. What does Lydia tell Ginzburg that God does?
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