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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. What does Ernie have to sew to stay with The Association?
(a) A cloth for the synagogue.
(b) The yellow star that shows he is a Jew.
(c) Clothing for the old men.
(d) A new cap.
2. What does Ernie feel toward his whole family as he lies in the hospital bed?
3. What does Ernie realizes he lacks when he enters the street in his dream?
4. What did the Nazi officer do with Golda's musical instrument?
(a) Taken it with him.
(b) Stamped on it.
(c) Burned it.
(d) Returned it to her.
5. What happens to hundreds of German Jewish boys in 1934?
(a) They convert to Christianity.
(b) They flee the country.
(c) They committ suicide.
(d) They form gangs.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Ernie tell the children they would find happiness?
2. How is Golda, the red-haired girl Ernie rescues from the Nazi bullies, deformed?
3. What unusual request does Ernie make of the gendarmes in Drancy?
4. Why does Herschel Grynszpan's action frighten all German Jews?
5. What do the Jews continue to do in 1943 despite ever-increasing danger?
Short Essay Questions
1. To what does Ernie attribute Golda's modest wishes?
2. How was it possible that the majority of the condemned Jews realized what was happening to them only once inside the gas chambers?
3. What were the Jews told to take with them into the "Baths and Inhalations"?
4. What does Ernie do to turn himself into a dog?
5. What details alert Ernie to the fact that the passengers will never leave this place?
6. Why does Mordecai say it would be useless to leave Germany?
7. Why is Ernie unable to fight to defend Jacob, even though he trains himself to do so?
8. Why did the colored identity cards give the Jews a false sense of security?
9. What causes Mordecai to take up a weapon against the Nazi perpetrators?
10. How does Ernie describe Jesus?
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