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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 what German city is McKoy doing his work?
2. McKoy tells Paul and Rachel that the chamber was robbed _______________.
(c) prior to the war.
(d) during the war.
3. What did Margarethe want to know about the excavation?
(a) If the pieces were signed by the artist.
(b) If the storage units has the Nazi swastika on them.
(c) If there were any Rembrandt paintings in the group.
(d) If anything predated 1945.
4. What does Fritz assure Paul of?
(a) He will find the person who commited this crime.
(b) Rachel does not fit the murderess' description.
(c) Rachel is still alive.
(d) Danya did not suffer.
5. Who is Ernst's father?
(a) Erik Steinbrenner.
(b) Paul Koch.
(c) Josef Loring.
(d) William Schwartz.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Paul notice during the meeting with the investors?
2. Who has been murdered?
3. Who watches Rachel and Knoll enter the cave?
4. What does Fritz inform Rachel and Paul about regarding the mine?
5. Loring's father provided sub par __________________ to the Nazis.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Danya tell Rachel and Knoll about Enrich Koch?
2. What literary devices does the author use to indicate the dialogue and views of the different characters?
3. How does Paul's character begin to show more depth?
4. What is revealed about Grumer's true identity?
5. What does Pannik reveal to Paul and Rachel regarding explosions in the cave?
6. What does Paul's willingness to go to the McKoy dig site signify to Rachel?
7. Why are Wayland and Grumer so charming in dealing with the investors?
8. Why do Rachel and Paul no longer trust Wayland?
9. What is the string of deaths related to The Amber Room since 1957 and what does Fellner give Knoll permission to do now?
10. What information does Paul provide to the investigator, Fritz Pannik, and how does Paul learn about Rachel's condition?
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