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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the girl think this predicament has to do with?
(a) The economy.
(b) The yellow stars on their clothes.
(c) Their religion.
(d) The Germans.
2. What does the waiter at the café tell Julia and Bamber about?
(a) His grandparents who were deported from Vel d'Hiv'.
(b) Where to look for information on Vel d'Hiv' at the National Archives.
(c) An old woman who'll remember Vel d'Hiv'.
(d) That they should forget all about Vel d'Hiv'.
3. What do the police take from the women at Beaune-la-Rolande?
(a) Their valuables.
(b) Their names.
(c) Information about their crimes against the German state.
(d) All their possessions except one set of clothing.
4. Where is "Sarah's Key" set?
(a) Prague and Paris.
5. What does the mother tell the girl?
(a) To pack her things.
(b) To get her brother and pack some things for him.
(c) To run.
(d) To get her coat and get ready to go.
6. What do the people at the door tell the girl's mother to do?
(a) Tell her to flee.
(b) Arrest her.
(c) Tell her to pack her things.
(d) Warn her that the police are coming.
7. What ailments were NOT among the ailments described as afflicting the people at the new location?
(a) Stillborn baby.
(c) Heart attack.
8. What does the narrator say the girl thinks about at her new location?
(a) Why she has to wear a yellow star.
(b) Where her friends are.
(c) How her brother will escape from the cubby.
(d) When she will eat.
9. What do the people do when the orders come?
(a) They hide.
(b) They riot.
(c) They comply.
(d) They resist.
10. What condition does the narrator say the people are in?
11. What makes Julia worry when she gets pregnant?
(a) Her miscarriages.
(b) Genetic conditions that ran in her family.
(c) The idea that her children would be Jewish and therefore persecuted.
(d) Bertrand's infidelities.
12. Who proposes to escape?
(a) The girl.
13. What does the concierge do as the girl and her mother leave the building?
14. How many Jews were deported from Vel d'Hiv' in July 1942?
(a) 1.3 million.
15. What does the girl say is clear from the Doctor's demeanor when he comes to treat Rachel?
(a) He would not take care of a refugee.
(b) He was helping as many people as he could.
(c) He would not betray the girls' location.
(d) He will report them as Jews.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the narrator describe the conditions at Beaune-la-Rolande?
2. What does the girl receive from a stranger?
3. What does the plaque at Vel d'Hiv' tell passersby?
4. What does the neighbor say as the girl and her mother leave?
5. How did the police react when the mother objected to going?
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