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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 Kathum.
(b) Abd el Kalil.
(c) Abd el Kafared.
(d) Abd el Kader.
2. What day is it when Lawrence returns to Akaba after his vacation?
(a) New Year's Day.
(b) Independence Day.
(c) Christmas Day.
3. The railroads to Jerusalem, Haifa, Damascus, and Medina all met where?
4. When Lawrence and Ali set out on their mission, they are not very organized. They lose two men and find them where?
(d) Aba el Lissan.
5. When Lawrence's group arrives at Sherif Ali's camp, they help them cut the Turkish telegraph line to where?
Short Answer Questions
1. In Book VI, what kind of transportation is Lloyd provided for his journey?
2. Fahad has promised how many troops to help General Bols with taking Jordan?
3. At the beginning of Book VII, Lawrence attends a banquet at whose headquarters?
4. On April 18, the Arabs have to pull back from where?
5. Joyce finds out that Lawrence plans to go to Azrak after cutting the railway lines at Deraa on what day?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Allenby is presented with the plan for the Yarmuk River Valley bridges, what does he say?
2. Why are the people of Tafileh fearful when the British and Arabs take the city?
3. What is Joyce's role in the plans of 1918?
4. Why does being in service to Allenby and Feisal cause problems for Lawrence?
5. What are the Arabs trying to convince the Turks of regarding the big offensive in the autumn of 1918?
6. Why is Feisal asked to hold off his move on Damascus?
7. What railroads meet at Deraa?
8. What are some of the differences among the zones in Syria?
9. What does Lawrence learn about on his vacation to Cairo before the Dead Sea campaign begins?
10. What is occurring when Lawrence returns to Akaba from his vacation before the Dead Sea campaign?
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