The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956 Multiple Choice Test Questions

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Part 1, Chapter 1

1. Where did most arrests happen during the time the Gulag prison systems were in use?
(a) In America.
(b) In Russia.
(c) In Germany.
(d) In the Middle East.

2. How long did prisoners usually cling to the hope that their arrest has been a mistake?
(a) For one month.
(b) For one week.
(c) For one year.
(d) For one day.

3. What did relatives furiously try to pack when their family members were arrested?
(a) Clothing.
(b) Food.
(c) Blankets and pillows.
(d) Legal documents.

4. What typically happened to a house after its owner was arrested?
(a) It was burned.
(b) It was put back on the market.
(c) It was boarded up.
(d) It was ransacked.

5. How long did most men survive in the Gulag prison systems before being executed?
(a) One year.
(b) Seven years.
(c) Five years.
(d) Three years.

6. During what years was the Gulag prison system completely overcrowded?
(a) 1952-1953.
(b) 1945-1946.
(c) 1940-1941.
(d) 1949-1950.

7. How were most prisoners transported to the Gulag prisons?
(a) By foot.
(b) On horseback.
(c) On trains.
(d) In cars.

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