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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. In 1916, where is Hitler's division?
(a) The Battle of Shiloh.
(b) The Battle of the Bulge.
(c) The Battle of Waterloo.
(d) The Battle of the Somme.
2. Where does Hitler spend his teen years?
(c) Braunau on the Inn.
3. How does Hitler become interested in the military and war?
(a) From hearing his father's war stories.
(b) From his friends at school.
(c) From reading magazines and books.
(d) From watching television.
4. What does Hitler believe that millions of people want?
(a) To live in Germany.
(b) A change in the conditions in which they live.
(c) A new leader.
(d) To move out of Germany.
5. What does Hitler's father do after running away from home as a teen in the 1850s?
(a) He works as a blacksmith.
(b) He begins stealing.
(c) He becomes a beggar.
(d) He works as an apprentice.
Short Answer Questions
1. When is the only time when Germans should live on foreign soil?
2. What problem does Hitler believe has four possible options as solutions?
3. Where is Hitler born?
4. If the goal of the people is nationalism and Germanization, the term does not apply to people but to what?
5. Hitler views the word ________ in the same way that he views the term religious.
Short Essay Questions
1. In what does Hitler become interested during this period of his life?
2. What are Hitler's thoughts on trade unions?
3. What elements form the basis for state authority?
4. What does Hitler do when he joins the German Workers' Party? Why is this important to him?
5. What does Hitler think should happen to Germany and Austria?
6. How is Hitler's birthplace symbolic to him?
7. How is propaganda being distributed to the Germans? Why?
8. How is it wrong to view a state?
9. How does Hitler view the racial issue?
10. What does Hitler say about the connection between a pure state and victory?
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