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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. In the 1970s and 1980s, what was the recreational limit suggested by most scuba training organizations?
(a) 85 feet.
(b) 154 feet.
(c) 130 feet.
(d) 200 feet.
2. What U-boat was on display at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry?
3. What was the temperature at the bottom of the Atlantic?
(a) 40 degrees.
(b) 25 degrees.
(c) 30 degrees.
(d) 35 degrees.
4. When did Jacques Cousteau help invent a system of tanks and regulators that allowed men to breathe underwater?
5. What diver refused to dive to the sub after Feldman's death?
Short Answer Questions
1. How deep was the deepest point of the wreck of the "Andrea Doria"?
2. For how many years did Rae Emmet Arison command submarines?
3. Where did Chatterton live from 1973 to 1978?
4. When did Nagle and Chatterton decide to come back to the wreck of the submarine?
5. Between 1939 and 1945, how many U-boats did the Germans have?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was Kohler's plan for the first dive of the 1993 season?
2. In Chapter 8, why did Kohler believe the U-158 was the wrecked sub?
3. Describe Bredow's U-boat Archive.
4. Why did Nagle want to identify the sub that he and the other divers found?
5. What did Chatterton do after quitting diving?
6. What probably caused the damage to U-869 control room?
7. Describe the silverware that Chatterton found.
8. Why were shipwreck interiors terrifying places?
9. What did Frances Kohler do in Feburary of 1975 after she and her husband separated?
10. Why wasn't Guschewski on board U-869 when it left port?
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