1. In the prologue, why is Leon Leyson, the author and narrator, nervous?
(a) He is worried about World War II beginning.
(b) He is scared about mistakes he has made in the past.
(c) He is concerned about his economic situation.
(d) He is afraid that Oskar Schindler will not remember him.
2. According to the prologue, how did Oskar Schindler convince the Nazis to give permission for Leon and other Jewish people to work in his factories?
(a) He explained that they could help him build more factories.
(b) He claimed they were essential to the war effort.
(c) He said that the workers would help to rebuild Germany's economy.
(d) He claimed that they might possibly be spies working for the enemy.
3. According to the prologue, how did Leon Leyson reach the controls of the machine he was supposed to operate in Schindler's factory?
(a) He stood on a wooden box.
(b) He stood on a 4-foot-long ladder.
(c) He stood on a metal shipping container.
(d) He stood on a footstool.
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