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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 1 through 8.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is the Russian Foreign Minister's speech so significant?
(a) He's trying to divert attention from Russia's upcoming offensive.
(b) He's trying to draw attention away from Russia's weakened state.
(c) He's trying to gain favor with other countries by asking for their help.
(d) He's trying to intimidate other countries with boasts about Russia's well-being.
2. Flynn and Calloway cover a speech by the Russian Foreign Minister. What does the Minister speak about?
(a) A proposal for arms reduction.
(b) A plea for other countries to send Russia money and oil.
(c) A proposal to build more oil refineries.
(d) Russia's strong military and financial wealth.
3. What clue does Toland discover that indicates Russia's instability?
(a) Food riots in Moscow.
(b) Hijacking of oil shipments across the country.
(c) Russian battery shortages.
(d) Demonstrations and speeches in the heart of the Kremlin.
4. While the Russians prepare for their offensive, four generals are court-martialed and shot. What are they accused of?
(a) Mistreating military recruits.
(b) Falsifying training records.
(c) Embezzeling military money.
(d) Stealing and selling Russian weapons.
5. After Toland shares what he knows about Russia's state of affairs, he is moved to a new office. Where is it?
(a) Tampa, Florida.
(b) Quantico, Virginia.
(c) Washington, D.C..
(d) Norfolk, Virginia.
Short Answer Questions
1. Russia does something to indicate that they are reducing their nuclear arms. What do they do?
2. What is the name of the ship Toland's commanding officer is in charge of?
3. Toland reveals what he knows to a high-ranking military official. What is that man's full name?
4. What political body does the Politburo suggest should be eliminated?
5. How does Flynn react to the Russian's show of reducing their arms?
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