Foreword, Preface, and Introduction
1. Who wrote the "Foreword" of The Good Old Days?
(a) Lord Dacre of Glanton.
(b) Karl Hamster.
(c) Hermer Smith.
(d) Ruth Eglemann.
2. What language was 'The Good Old Days' translated from?
3. What does the "Foreword" provide the reader with?
(a) Short historical background.
(b) An index to the images.
(c) A warning about harsh depictions of violence.
4. What question does the "Foreword" ask about the mass murder and public perception?
(a) How mass murder could consistently be carried on in public view without opposition.
(b) How people become evil when they start as seemingly good people.
(c) How people can watch people get killed without bombing the installations used to kill them.
(d) How people can kill without learving significant traces.
5. What period of history does the majority of The Good Old Days deal with?
(a) Post death camp
(b) Post WWII.
(c) Pre-gassing and cremation.
(d) Pre WWII.
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