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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. Who calls Micha to speak with him about the war?
(a) The woman's grandfather from the museum.
2. What influences Tomas' decision to get on the train?
(a) A soldier coming towards them.
(b) Leisel's tears.
(c) The look in Lore's eyes.
(d) Juri's cries.
3. Which character gives up their own bed for the children to sleep on?
(a) The neighbor next door.
4. What do the children learn about Mutti?
(a) She is starving at the camp.
(b) She remains healthy at the camp.
(c) Mutti is in a hard labor camp.
(d) Mutti wil be released soon.
5. Who writes the letter to Mutti?
(c) Everyone writes a little something.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Kolesnik's role during the war?
2. What is the scene like on the train when Juri and Leisel first enter?
3. Who comforts Lore as she cries in bed?
4. What bothers Micha about Mina's background?
5. What does Lore overhear on the train?
Short Essay Questions
1. At first, Micha goes to the Kolesniks for his knowledge but over time, Elena is the one to request Micha's visit. What is the basis behind Micha's relationship with the Kolesniks?
2. Lore learns to question the truth and learn more from strangers. What reality does Lore have about her parents?
3. What is Micha's search for the truth doing to the family?
4. Describe Mutti's reaction to Jochen. Why does she react this way?
5. Jochen dies from Russian soldiers shooting at him. What is the significance of his death? Why does Seiffert add this to Lore's story?
6. Micha visits Minsk specifically to learn about his Opa. However, Micha runs into trouble learning about his grandfather's past. What obstacles stand in Micha's way?
7. Lore and the children keep Tomas a secret from Oma and Wiebke. Why is it not safe to tell them about Tomas?
8. Many Holocaust images are posted to spread the truth of what occurred during the war. What are the people's views in regards to the photos?
9. Micha is insistent in his search for the truth to the point that it breaks up his family and angers his girlfriend. Explain Micha's drive to discover the truth about his Opa.
10. Jozef explains to Micha how the soldiers are able to kill the Jews without self-blame. How is this done?
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