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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. When were the first death camps opened?
2. What method of execution followed shooting the victims while waiting for the industrial solutions to be put in place?
(b) Gas vans.
(c) Zyklon B.
3. How many photographs are presented in "'Bloody Wednesday' in Olkusz/Ilkenau"?
(a) 1 photograph.
(b) 7 photographs.
(c) 5 photographs.
(d) 6 photographs.
4. What does The Good Old Days use to make his point?
(c) Texts by survivors.
(d) Juxtaposition of comments and account of atrocities.
5. How are some of the statements in "Quite happy to take part in shootings" written?
(a) All are auto-biographical.
(b) They are fictional.
(c) All are biographical.
(d) Some are auto-biographical, others are biographical.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did the Lithuanians see the German invasion of their country?
2. What was the rank of the man who wrote "Once again I've got to play general to the Jews"?
3. What was the first method used by Nazis to kill Jews?
4. What was the Nazi government concerned about regarding institutionalized murder, according to "The brutalization of precious German Manpower"?
5. Where were the Jews murdered by the unit held in the third document?
Short Essay Questions
1. What were Jews made to do during the executions at the Babi Yar ravine?
2. What did the statements in "Quite happy to take part in shootings" collectively demonstrate about individual participation in the Holocaust?
3. What did accompanying photographs of the Babi Yar ravine show?
4. What was noted in a few instances of those who refused to participate in mass killings?
5. What does the "Introduction" provide a history of the development of?
6. What was "Once again I've got to play general to the Jews" an excerpt of?
7. What was a bizarre note of concern regarding mass executions?
8. What did the statements given by police, government officials, members of the SS, and Einsatzgruppen all agree on?
9. What did "Each time a victim was beaten to death they started to clap" examine regarding the early stages of the Holocaust?
10. Who wrote the "Foreword" and what does the writer discuss?
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