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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. What day is it when Lawrence returns to Akaba after his vacation?
(b) Independence Day.
(c) Christmas Day.
(d) New Year's Day.
2. How do Lawrence and his group get from Suez to Cairo to see Colonel Clayton?
(a) By ship.
(b) By camel.
(c) By train.
(d) By truck.
3. While in Akaba, Lawrence stays with a doctor named what?
4. Before beginning the move to the Dead Sea with Allenby's group, Lawrence takes a one-week vacation where?
5. Allenby wants the plan to take out the two extreme ends of the railroad bridges in Yarmuk completed by when?
(a) October 5.
(b) January 5.
(c) November 5.
(d) December 5.
Short Answer Questions
1. If Lawrence and his group cannot get to Wadi Khalid, they will have to try to blow up the bridge at what location?
2. After the taking of Akaba, what is the next step?
3. On April 18, the Arabs have to pull back from where?
4. Lawrence and his group travel to which location in order to request supplies to relieve the suffering in Akaba?
5. When Lawrence and his group leave Auda and travel past the Jefer flats, they are attacked by a raiding party from where?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Lawrence and his men see the state of affairs in Akaba, what do they plan to do?
2. What is the difference between Hejaz and Syria?
3. What is the next step after the end of the Hejaz War?
4. What are some of the differences among the zones in Syria?
5. What is one of the differences between the Arab Army and the British Army?
6. Feisal tells the British that if they are not successful in taking Damascus, he will do what?
7. Why is Feisal asked to hold off his move on Damascus?
8. What are some of the plans made for the year of 1918?
9. What railroads meet at Deraa?
10. Why is the reward for Lawrence, by the Turks, so much higher than that for other British officers?
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