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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 35 through 39.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How many people were killed in the attack in Russia?
2. What do Alekeseyev and Sergetov conclude about the Russian offensive in Germany?
(a) The offensive is not going well.
(b) The Russian offensive is going according to plan.
(c) The Russians are capable of winning but need more weapons.
(d) The Germans are close to surrendering.
3. Five Russian soldiers die in the family's farmhouse. How are they killed?
(a) They get in a fight and kill each other.
(b) They eat poisoned food that the family gave them.
(c) Edwards and his men kill them.
(d) The family shoots them.
4. The eulogy given at the Russian victims' funeral calls for what action?
(a) Increased diplomacy to solve Russia's problems.
(b) Forgiveness and reconciliation with Russia's enemies.
(c) Political demonstrations to protest Russian oil shortages.
(d) Retaliation against the alleged terrorist's country.
5. Morris decides to treat the prisoners from the sunken submarine in a very unusual way. Why does Morris decide to treat the prisoners this way?
(a) It's the safest way to get the Russians off the Pharris.
(b) It's the best way to gain information from them.
(c) It's to prevent the Russians from spying on the Americans.
(d) It's to avenge the deaths of the soldiers the Russians killed.
Short Answer Questions
1. After O'Malley sinks his first submarine, Morris asks him when he'll be ready to fly again. What does he say?
2. Highly-trained Russian forces begin fighting on the ground in Germany. What is the special title of those forces?
3. Doghouse tells Edwards and his men are told to "take a little hike." Where are they supposed to go?
4. What causes the Russians to begin searching for Edwards and his men after the American attack on the Keflavik air base?
5. The mission against the Soviets is successful, but it is a costly victory. Why?
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