1. The narrator is a native of which country?
(a) The United States.
2. In what year does Howard Campbell write his story?
3. Friedmann is the director of what?
(a) The Nazi S.S.
(b) The Yad Vashem Museum in Jerusalem.
(c) The Haifa Institute for Documentation of War Criminals.
(d) The prison where Campbell is incarcerated.
4. What is the city in which Campbell, Jr. sits in jail waiting for his trial to begin?
(a) The Hague.
(d) New York.
5. What is the war crime that Howard Campbell stands accused of?
(a) Mistreating Allied POWs at a prison camp.
(b) Delivering orders of Cyklon-B to the death camps.
(c) Spying on America.
(d) Promoting Nazi propaganda.
6. What unique symbol is on Campbell's typewriter given to him in the Jerusalem prison?
(a) The yin and yang symbol.
(b) Twin lightning strokes that symbolized the Nazi S.S.
(c) A Star of David.
(d) A swastika.
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