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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 was the name of the charter captain who would pass around a bucketful of broken dishes and broken silverware and tell customers that a someone died for that stuff?
(a) Peter Martin.
(b) Matthew Vannoy.
(c) Brian Robertson.
(d) Danny Crowell.
2. In what year was Chatterton born?
3. How many tons did Bielenda's boat weigh?
(a) 35 tons.
(b) 20 tons.
(c) 58 tons.
(d) 49 tons.
4. What was the first wreck that Kohler dove?
(b) San Diego.
5. In the 1970s and 1980s, how deep would Nagle and other kings of the sport descend when diving?
(a) 200 feet.
(b) 225 feet.
(c) 175 feet.
(d) 150 feet.
Short Answer Questions
1. How large was the depth charge that a Civil Air Patrol pilot dropped on a U-boat?
2. Between 1939 and 1945, how many U-boats did the Germans have?
3. How deep was the deepest point of the wreck of the "Andrea Doria"?
4. What color were the sea anemones that covered the wreck?
5. How far did diver George Place drift when he lost his grip and failed to make it aboard the dive boat?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Nagle think Kohler would be a good replacement for Feldman?
2. What was one of Nagle's greatest finds?
3. Why wasn't the wreck the U-851 or U-158?
4. What would an excellent diver do before going on a diver?
5. Where were tags with identifying marks found on the U-853? T
6. How was Feldman's body found?
7. Why didn't Chatterton and Kohler stop diving after it appeared that the sub had to the the U-869?
8. What were two primary dangers that a deep-shipwreck diver confronted?
9. Why did Chatterton decide to issue a press release about the discovery of the U-boat?
10. Describe Bredow's U-boat Archive.
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