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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. The Tartars agree to help Poland in its war against the Teutonic Knights as long as they are allowed to do what?
(c) Scalp victims.
(d) Create shallow graves.
2. To whom do the reporters at the meeting between the Communist Party and protesters wish to speak?
(c) The Pope.
3. Who was supposed to protect the village of Bukowski when the Mongols attacked in 1241?
(b) The Tartars.
4. What is the season at the beginning of the book?
5. How many people barricade themselves in a church to avoid the Mongol attack?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which Tartar dwarf becomes a fighter for Khan?
2. What do the people who barricaded themselves in a church to avoid the Mongol attack do after surviving the attack?
3. Where do Cyprjan, Lukasz and Jan of the Beech Trees take position as they set up to defeat the Swedes?
4. At the meeting between the Communist Party and the protesters, what do Buk and Bykowski find that they have a common?
5. Which countries are alarmed by the new constitution introduced by the Seym?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who are the Polish hussars and what king is responsible for their development?
2. How many people does Krzysztof save from the invading Mongolians and how does he do it?
3. Who are Feliks and Roman and what is typical about them?
4. Who are the Teutonic Knights? Who is their leader when they relocate to northern Poland in 1226?
5. What is the purpose of Magistrate Cyperjan's banquet held at Castle Gorka? Why is the event held there?
6. Who is Catherine the Great and what is her plan for Poland?
7. What is the dual purpose of Feliks' and Roman's tour of Poland?
8. What complaint do the farmers make at the beginning of the book?
9. After the meeting in Chapter 1, who does Bukowski meet and what deal is arranged?
10. What was the Polish government like in the thirteenth century and why?
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