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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. Where do the two young men sent by Lubonski go when they leave Polz?
(c) The Ukraine
2. Whose job is it to diffuse the protest at the meeting with protesters?
(a) The Gestapo.
(b) Minister of Agriculture.
(c) The Czar.
(d) The President.
3. Who is the commander of the Turks when the Polish arrive in Vienna?
4. Who becomes Stanislaw August, King of Poland?
5. What new staples were brought home to Poland a result of the war in Vienna?
(a) Coffee and potatoes.
(b) Spaghetti sauce and pizza.
(c) Baklava and honey.
(d) Pickles and kraut.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the army that Polish king Jan Sobieski develops?
2. Whose tents were looted before nightfall in Vienna?
3. Who was Ghengis Khan certain to kill when he conquered a village?
4. Who is the son of Tytus who had been killed by the Poles.
5. Who won the battle against the Teutonic Knights for Poland?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Catherine the Great and what is her plan for Poland?
2. Who is Hedwig? What is her Polish name? Who and when does she marry?
3. Who is Tytus Bukowski and what is his accomplishment?
4. What happens to the Ukrainian areas of Poland when the Cossacks revolt in 1648? What impedes the rebuilding process?
5. What is the dual purpose of Feliks' and Roman's tour of Poland?
6. What is the topic of discussion Feliks and Roman have at Lancut? What prediction do they make regarding the topic of discussion?
7. Where are Baron Lasharz Lubonski's properties when Poland is partitioned in 1772? Where are castles Bukowo and Gorka located at this time?
8. What complaint do the farmers make at the beginning of the book?
9. Explain how Vuldai becomes a member of the Ghengis Kahn's army.
10. What is the purpose of Magistrate Cyperjan's banquet held at Castle Gorka? Why is the event held there?
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