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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 40 through 45.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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 the mission fails, the Germans will be trapped by the Soviets.
(c) If the mission fails, the Russians can take more oil.
(d) If it is successful, Soviet reinforcements can not arrive.
2. Command asks Edwards a series of questions to confirm his identity. One question makes him so angry he refuses to answer. What was it?
(a) Where his mother is buried.
(b) Why his wife divorced him.
(c) Why his father left his family.
(d) What happened to his girlfriend.
3. McCafferty fires three torpedoes at a Russian convoy, but is unable to confirm a hit. Why?
(a) His sonar is damaged.
(b) He is commanded to retreat.
(c) The Chicago is fired upon.
(d) He is detected by the Russians.
4. How does Morris communicate with the Russian prisoners from the sunken submarine?
(a) One of them speaks English.
(b) They use More Code.
(c) Morris speaks Russian.
(d) They use sign language.
5. After the Russians have gained control of the air base, what is their one significant problem?
(a) Their missiles are damaged by saltwater.
(b) Some of their weapons were lost during the battle.
(c) Their ship sank, and they are stranded at the base.
(d) Their commander was killed by a stray bullet.
Short Answer Questions
1. After O'Malley sinks his first live submarine, what does he say about his feelings?
2. How does Alekeseyev plan to compensate for his troops' depleted fuel supply?
3. Why do Potter and his team search for Russians after they rescue Edwards's group from the mountain?
4. Once the men have rejoined Chernyavin, they blow up the van they were in. How?
5. What is the name of the defensive maneuver that the Allied forces execute in Chapter 35?
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