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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 8 through 17.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the Russian Politburo?
(a) Twenty-five men who are in charge of Russia's military.
(b) Thirteen men who make decisions for Russia.
(c) Sixteen men who comprise Russia's Supreme Court.
(d) Ten men who are responsible for Russia's energy production.
2. The Commander of the USS Pharris receives orders about how to deal with ships he encounters. What are those orders?
(a) He is to evade any Soviet ships he encounters.
(b) He is to follow any enemy ships he finds, but is not to attack them.
(c) He is to engage any East Bloc warship or merchant ship.
(d) He is to call for reinforcements any time he encounters enemy ships.
3. At the funeral, Sergetov is enraged by the loss of life that resulted from the explosion. He is also angry because of what reason?
(a) The Politburo used the funeral as an excuse to discuss politics publicly.
(b) He feels responsible for the death of the children.
(c) One of the parents of the deceased made a scene.
(d) Half of the people who knew about the attack were at the funeral.
4. What is the name of the man who leads a mission that targets thirty-six bridges and Soviet troop support?
(a) Seargent Mikhail Barbarossa.
(b) Commander Wilhelm Keitel.
(c) Colonel Douglas Ellington.
(d) Colonel Richard Sorge.
5. Flynn and Calloway cover a speech by the Russian Foreign Minister. What does the Minister speak about?
(a) Russia's strong military and financial wealth.
(b) A proposal for arms reduction.
(c) A plea for other countries to send Russia money and oil.
(d) A proposal to build more oil refineries.
Short Answer Questions
1. As he listens to the eulogy for the Russian victims, what does Toland notice about the speech?
2. While the Russians prepare for their offensive, four generals are court-martialed and shot. What are they accused of?
3. Why is the Russian Foreign Minister's speech so significant?
4. Toland reveals what he knows to a high-ranking military official. What is that man's full name?
5. What is notable about the "terrorist's" statement that angers Toland's superiors?
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