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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. Who discovers the refinery fire?
(a) The Satellite Control Facility in Sunnyvale, California.
(b) The American military base in Norfolk, Virginia.
(c) An unnamed citizen in Franklin, North Carolina.
(d) The Satellite Watchdog Group in Atlanta, Georgia.
2. What is the name of the man who leads a mission that targets thirty-six bridges and Soviet troop support?
(a) Colonel Richard Sorge.
(b) Commander Wilhelm Keitel.
(c) Seargent Mikhail Barbarossa.
(d) Colonel Douglas Ellington.
3. What is the name of the alleged terrorist who admits to the attack on Russia?
(a) Horst Mahler.
(b) Franz Meinhof.
(c) Gerhardt Falken.
(d) Axel Springer.
4. Why is this mission to take out the bridges so important in the war against the Soviets?
(a) If it is successful, Soviet reinforcements can not arrive.
(b) If it is successful, the Germans can not move into Russia.
(c) If the mission fails, the Germans will be trapped by the Soviets.
(d) If the mission fails, the Russians can take more oil.
5. Toland believes that the incident in Russia was faked. What reason would Russia have to fake something of this magnitude?
(a) Faking a terrorist attack would make other countries feel bad for Russia and offer them oil.
(b) Faking a terrorist attack would justify heightened military activity.
(c) Faking an attack would allow Russia to declare war on another country.
(d) An explosion would frighten Russians and make them want to go to war.
Short Answer Questions
1. Before the attack on the Keflavik air base, a Russian ship is secretly carrying Russian infantrymen. What is the name of that ship?
2. What does the Politburo decide after Sergetov's report?
3. What happens to Chernyavin after he is caught?
4. Why is the Russian Foreign Minister's speech so significant?
5. What is the Russian Politburo?
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