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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 division was Von Luck commanding in the fall of 1943?
(a) 1st Panzer.
(b) Panzer Lehr.
(c) 43rd Grenadier division.
(d) 21st Panzer Division.
2. Where would the 3rd Para Brigade drop according to Howard's orders?
(a) East of the Clayton ravine.
(b) North of the Caen car company headquarters.
(c) South of the Caen Forest.
(d) South of the Le Mesnil forest.
3. Where did Howard and his troops go for training according to Chapter 4?
4. What did George and Theresa Gondree do for a living?
(a) They were shoe manufacturers.
(b) They owned a sewing shop.
(c) They were potato farmers.
(d) They owned a cafe.
5. When did Howard receive his orders according to D-Day Minus One Month to D-Day?
(a) December 5, 1942.
(b) June 6, 1943.
(c) June 9, 1944.
(d) May 2, 1944.
Short Answer Questions
1. Howard decided that the men from glider #2 would ________________.
2. Where was the 6th Airborne slated to deploy during the invasion?
3. Whose body was laying near the cafe?
4. What did Howard decide must be taken out before firing any shot?
5. Where would the 5th Para Brigade drop according to Howard's orders?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Poett tell Howard according to Ambrose?
2. Why were Howard's platoons repositioned?
3. What happened when the Warwickshire Regiment arrived?
4. What happened starting in 1984, according to Chapter 11, D-Day Plus Forty Years to D-Day Plus Fifty Years?
5. What did Ambrose conclude about the loss of a single division?
6. What happened to Howard after his leave, according to Chapter 10, D-Day Plus Three Months to D-Day Plus Fifty Years?
7. What does Ambrose say of the villages of Benouville and Ranville?
8. What assumption was made about Howard's men in the Epilogue?
9. What does Ambrose assume about the 6th Airborne in the Epilogue?
10. What happened in August and September according to Chapter 9, D-Day Plus One to D-Day Plus Ninety?
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