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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. What meetings does Hitler attend in the 1919-1921 period?
(a) Some Marxist meetings.
(b) Some of the bourgeois meetings.
(c) Some Socialist meetings.
(d) Some Democratic meetings.
2. How many elements form the basis for state authority?
3. What should people always ask regarding policies?
(a) If a policy action will be beneficial or injurious in the present and in the future.
(b) If a policy of action is fair to all.
(c) If a policy action is beneficial or injurious in the present.
(d) If a policy action will be beneficial or injurious in the future.
4. What does the use of propaganda indoctrinate?
(a) A select few individuals.
(b) A whole population.
(c) A region.
(d) A few good men.
5. What do they notice at their meetings, always challenging the same few points?
(a) A unified opposition.
(b) A weak opposition.
(c) One man.
(d) A minor opposition.
Short Answer Questions
1. When is the National Socialist German Workers Party dissolved?
2. What does Hitler find that many other parties are doing?
3. Why is Marxism a successful movement?
4. How many foundations are there of the old state?
5. How does Hitler define the difference between the old Reich and the new Republic?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the foundations of the old state?
2. What are Hitler's views on the issue of whether Germany should be a federated or unified state?
3. What elements form the basis for state authority?
4. What are Hitler's thoughts on trade unions?
5. What is one of the views of the movement?
6. What does Hitler notice about the bourgeois meetings?
7. What strong points exist in German foreign policy?
8. Describe the working folkish groups.
9. Who does Hitler believe should be educated in the area of foreign affairs? Why?
10. When is the National Social German Workers Party dissolved? Why? When does the Party make a comeback?
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