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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Section 2, what pattern is on the china at the dining table in the manor house the group finds?
(b) Geometric shapes.
2. In Section 2, what does Alfred say is the Gustloff's capacity?
3. In Section 2, what toy does Joan find on a step leading to the upper level of the house where the group is staying?
(a) Stuffed teddy bear.
(b) Stuffed rabbit.
(c) Rag doll.
(d) Porcelain doll.
4. In Section 2, what is the shape of the alcove where the entry door is of the manor house?
5. In Section 2, what does Alfred say was the most recent use of the Gustloff?
(a) Officers' training classes.
(b) Submarine training school.
Short Answer Questions
1. What identity does Emilia assume at Joana's insistence in Section 2?
2. In Section 2, what food is left from dinner in the manor house that the group finds?
3. In Section 2, how many rooms are on the main floor of the manor house the group finds?
4. In Section 1, where does Joana remember working with a surgeon at a hospital?
5. In Section 2, what does Florian do with the dead German's body that Emilia shot?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Section 2, what is the Amber Room?
2. In Section 2, why might it be a problem for Ingrid to cross the ice?
3. In Section 2, how does Florian think that the family of the manor house died?
4. In Section 2, how does Florian describe Dr. Lange's daughter?
5. In Section 2, how does Emilia describe the crossing of the ice?
6. In Section 1, what does Emilia see after the Russian soldier accosts her?
7. In Section 1, how does Joana think she is like a blind girl?
8. In Section 2, what is the story of the song "Lili Marleen"?
9. In Section 1, what does Joana notice when Florian and Emilia come into the barn where Joana's group is staying?
10. In Section 2, what amenities does Alfred describe of the Gustloff?
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