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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. How long did it take for the men in the glider to regain consciousness after the landing?
(a) Two days.
(b) Two minutes.
(c) A few seconds.
(d) Four hours.
2. What did George and Theresa Gondree do for a living?
(a) They were potato farmers.
(b) They were shoe manufacturers.
(c) They owned a sewing shop.
(d) They owned a cafe.
3. What was Howard not allowed to do with the maps, photos, and his plan to take the bridges?
(a) Leave the building.
(b) Devise training plans from them.
(c) Sit with them at the building.
(d) Study them.
4. Where did the planners of the Allied invasion of Europe decide it would take place?
(a) Pas de Calais.
5. Where was the 6th Airborne stationed in 1943?
(b) North Africa.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Von Luck have his men do on May 29, 1944?
2. Who was in charge of planning the Allied invasion of Europe in 1943?
3. Who developed the training program of Company D?
4. What did Howard and the British commander do at five every evening in 1942?
5. How far were most of the paratroopers from the bridges after their drop?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened by 0021 hours according to Chapter 5?
2. What did Howard's assignment depend on according to Ambrose?
3. Who was on duty at the canal bridge, and what happened to him according to Ambrose?
4. What orders did Howard receive for May 2 in D-Day Minus One Month to D-Day?
5. What happened at the river bridge at the start of Chapter 5?
6. What did the British create in 1942 according to Chapter 2, D-Day Minus Two Years?
7. What happened to one of the men from glider #2?
8. What did Howard learn about the explosives, and what did he not know in Chapter 5?
9. What was Howard not allowed to do?
10. Who was relieved of duty at the start at the start of Chapter 1, D-Day Minus Two Years?
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