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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What form of government does Vienna adopt?
2. When is a race culture-bearing?
3. Where does Hitler attend high school?
4. The principles of what is religious are critically examined by the individual and this leads to what?
5. What does Hitler's father want him to become?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Hitler feel when he moves to Munich? What does he do when he first arrives?
2. In what does racial mixing result? How can all mankind be divided?
3. How do the Americans and English use propaganda effectively?
4. What are Hitler's thoughts on nationalism and Germanization?
5. What is Hitler's impression of the lecture? What does Hitler do at this lecture?
6. What does Hitler think about the press, as well as those that read what is printed?
7. What does Hitler think should happen to Germany and Austria?
8. Where is Hitler born?
9. What does Hitler learn about the people in Munich, regarding Austria?
10. Why is Hitler sent to the lecture by Feder?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Hitler's memories of Vienna are of hard work and misery.
Part 1) Describe his time in Vienna. How do his experiences in this city strengthen his beliefs from childhood?
Part 2) What leads Hitler down a political path while in Vienna?
Part 3) How different might Hitler have been if his experiences in Vienna had been pleasant?
Essay Topic 2
According to Hitler, there are three groups into which mankind can be divided.
Part 1) What are these three groups? How has he come up with these three groups?
Part 2) Does he arbitrarily place certain cultures in each category, or does he have certain criteria for each group? Explain.
Part 3) What is the connection between this belief and the hazards of racial mixing? Do these beliefs exist today? Explain.
Essay Topic 3
Hitler sees racial mixing as a hazard to the German people.
Part 1) Why does he see this as hazardous? From where does this belief stem?
Part 2) Can you understand this belief on any level? Why or why not?
Part 3) How is he able to convince many others of this same view?
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