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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. Without ________, Lawrence and his group cannot get to Wadi Khalid.
(a) Abd el Kafared.
(b) Abd el Kalil.
(c) Abd el Kathum.
(d) Abd el Kader.
2. How do Lawrence and his group get from Suez to Cairo to see Colonel Clayton?
(a) By ship.
(b) By train.
(c) By camel.
(d) By truck.
3. What does Homs specialize in manufacturing?
(a) Cotton and wool.
(b) Brocaded silks.
(c) Wood products.
(d) Metal products.
4. Lawrence and Clayton agree on who to be the supply officer for Akaba?
5. Back at the Guweira camp, Lawrence received how much gold from Akaba for expenses in the Dead Sea campaign?
(a) 30,000 pounds.
(b) 50,000 pounds.
(c) 40,000 pounds.
(d) 20,000 pounds.
Short Answer Questions
1. Lawrence plans to go to Madeba and join Allenby in order to take what road?
2. The railroads to Jerusalem, Haifa, Damascus, and Medina all met where?
3. Allenby's plans to take Jordan happen during what year?
4. In order to protect Akaba, the men are deployed in four positions that form a semicircle around the highlands of what?
5. In Book VI, what kind of transportation is Lloyd provided for his journey?
Short Essay Questions
1. In November 1917, what is the Turkish belief about the British officers?
2. Feisal tells the British that if they are not successful in taking Damascus, he will do what?
3. What did Allenby do, without telling Feisal, that creates a disagreement between Feisal and his father?
4. What is the difference between Hejaz and Syria?
5. What railroads meet at Deraa?
6. What is occurring when Lawrence returns to Akaba from his vacation before the Dead Sea campaign?
7. How is Lawrence able to exist in the desert as the Arabs do?
8. Why was the plan developed to attack the bridges in the Yarmuk River Valley?
9. What are some of the plans made for the year of 1918?
10. What is one of the differences between the Arab Army and the British Army?
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