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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Hitler believes that a proper pre-war policy should be what?
(a) The acquisition of more land in Europe.
(b) The use of tariffs on trade between Germany and other countries.
(c) The encouragement of free trade.
(d) The preserving of the character of the German people.
2. How many elements form the basis for state authority?
3. What does Hitler think of the German leaders?
(a) They are pathetic and weak.
(b) They are strong and powerful.
(c) They are kind and loving.
(d) They are unintelligent and uneducated.
4. Years and years of criticism tear down the existing structure of the state since Marxism cannot exist with any of the bodies that represent the old state order. Hitler compares this with the development of what?
5. What is the purpose of propaganda?
(a) To make the population suspicious of those in power.
(b) To make the population ready to accept an idea and its victory.
(c) To make the population nervous and unsure.
(d) To make the population question their beliefs.
6. What should people always ask regarding policies?
(a) If a policy of action is fair to all.
(b) If a policy action is beneficial or injurious in the present.
(c) If a policy action will be beneficial or injurious in the future.
(d) If a policy action will be beneficial or injurious in the present and in the future.
7. What would be would be a rallying point against Marxism?
(a) A song.
(b) A pledge.
(c) A flag.
(d) An anthem.
8. Hitler sees educating the German population in what as the way to achieve this goal?
(a) Political history.
(b) Racial awareness and breeding.
(c) Foreign policies.
(d) German history.
9. What do the end of World War I and the armistice do to Germany?
(a) It protects the Germans from other nations.
(b) It frees Germany from the bonds of poverty.
(c) It relegates Germany to a position of submission.
(d) It rightly punishes Germany for their treatment of other countries.
10. What should be the goal of the present foreign policy?
(a) To become allies with Russia.
(b) To acquire land and soil.
(c) To keep out foreigners.
(d) To protect the Germans from invaders.
11. Who makes a party successful?
(a) The ones who are willing to sacrifice for it.
(b) The ones with the most power.
(c) The most intelligent ones.
(d) The ones with the most money.
12. With what is this chapter concerned?
(a) The alliance policy of Germany in the years following Russo-Japanese War.
(b) The alliance policy of Germany in the years following World War I.
(c) The alliance policy of Germany in the years following World War II.
(d) The alliance policy of Germany in the years following the Thirty Years War.
13. What does Hitler know they need to provide the members of the Party?
(a) Food and drink.
(b) A common bond.
14. How does Hitler define the difference between the old Reich and the new Republic?
(a) As differences between the new and the old.
(b) As differences between the weak and the powerful.
(c) As differences between what is wrong and what is right.
(d) As differences between the internal and external appearances.
15. What type of men makes good organizers?
(a) Those with vast amounts of experience.
(b) Those having a wealth of practical knowledge.
(c) Those who are very passionate.
(d) Those having a wealth of theoretical knowledge.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the purpose of pre-War foreign policy?
2. Why is Marxism a successful movement?
3. In a folkish state, what are the issues?
4. What tradition is gone after the war?
5. What is the purpose of the occupation of the Ruhr?
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