The Good War: An Oral History of World War Two Multiple Choice Test Questions

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Introduction, A Sunday Morning, and A Chance Encounter

1. Why was John Garcia brought before a navy court?
(a) He was firing unauthorized ammunition.
(b) He refused to go into a burning ship.
(c) He was accused of aiding the enemy.
(d) He lied about his age to enlist.

2. How did American soldiers kill Hawaiian civilians?
(a) Dropping bombs on Honolulu.
(b) Firing short-range weapons at Japanese airplanes.
(c) Believing they were Japanese spies.
(d) Confusing them with Japanese army personnel.

3. Why were thirty-two American servicemen killed after hearing the announcement of Japan's surrender?
(a) Executions for war crimes.
(b) Retaliation from the Hawaiian Japanese.
(c) Stray bullets from the celebration.
(d) Collisions caused by drunk driving.

4. Why were people in San Francisco panicked after Pearl Harbor, according to Dennis Keegan?
(a) They believed the Japanese would attack them next.
(b) They believed the government would draft all young men.
(c) They believed Japanese spies had infiltrated the city.
(d) They believed the Germans would attack them next.

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