"Experiences in a Concentration Camp" (through page 45)
1. Who narrates this story?
(a) A woman who hid Jews in her home to save them from the concentration camps.
(b) A concentration camp survivor.
(c) A woman who claims to have grown up with Hitler.
(d) A former Nazi.
2. What is the principal question that the author tries to address?
(a) "How was everyday life in a prison camp reflected in the mind of the average person?"
(b) "Why did so many people follow such an extreme leader?"
(c) "What early childhood trauma may have prompted Hitler to his terrible ideas?"
(d) "Why did the atrocities in the concentration camps go on for so long?"
3. Where does the author claim that most of the extermination took place?
(a) In the big, famous camps.
(b) During mass transport, on the road to the camps.
(c) In small camps.
(d) In camps in northern Europe.
4. Who is this book most concerned with?
(a) Hitler himself.
(b) The "great army of unknown and unrecorded victims."
(c) The Nazi leadership, and the way in which they made decisions regarding the fate of the concentration camps.
(d) The Capos -- "prisoners who acted as trustees, having special privileges."
This section contains 8,035 words
(approx. 27 pages at 300 words per page)