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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. During the attack on the Nizhnevartovsk oil refinery, Tolkaze stops for a moment to read something. What was it?
(a) Part of his father's Koran.
(b) Instructions on how to loosen the refinery's valves.
(c) A prayer for the people he killed.
(d) A map of the refinery.
2. A Russian military official analyzes the readiness of the Russian military. What is that man's name?
(a) Commander Daniel X. McCafferty.
(b) Ibrahim Tolkaze.
(c) Major Chapeyev.
(d) Pavel Alekeseyev.
3. Why is this mission to take out the bridges so important in the war against the Soviets?
(a) If it is successful, the Germans can not move into Russia.
(b) If it is successful, Soviet reinforcements can not arrive.
(c) If the mission fails, the Russians can take more oil.
(d) If the mission fails, the Germans will be trapped by the Soviets.
4. What was the message of the movie that was televised the night before the attack on the Kremlin?
(a) That Russians must be careful not to involve themselves in foreign affairs.
(b) That Russians must disarm immediately to prevent nuclear war.
(c) That Russia's military is ready to fight any country if the need arises.
(d) That Russians must be ready to defend against a German attack.
5. Almost immediately after Toland reveals what he knows, his status in the military changes. What happens?
(a) He is dismissed from service and told to keep quiet about what he knows.
(b) He is asked to return to active duty.
(c) His two-week reserve status is extended indefinitely.
(d) He is told to go on leave and return to the ship in a few weeks.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens that leads to Chernyavin's discovery and arrest?
2. When Toland is recalled to duty and is preparing to leave his home, he hears a news report about something that occurs at the Kremlin. What was it?
3. What is the supposed occupation of the "terrorist"?
4. After Toland shares what he knows about Russia's state of affairs, he is moved to a new office. Where is it?
5. As he listens to the eulogy for the Russian victims, what does Toland notice about the speech?
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