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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following newsreel reporters are NOT on board when the USS Panay is attacked?
(a) Sandro Sandri.
(b) Normal Alley.
(c) Eric Mayell.
(d) Jean Marie Lutes.
2. After the War Crimes committee is created, trials for class B and C war criminals begin when?
(a) August 1946.
(b) December 1945.
(c) March 1945.
(d) September 1944.
3. Which of the following American correspondents does Chang NOT mention in the "What the World Knew" chapter?
(a) Martha Ella Gellhorn.
(b) C. Yates McDaniel.
(c) Archibald Steele.
(d) Frank Tillman Durdin.
4. Segments of the diary writer's film in "What the World Knew" are eventually included in a documentary entitled "Why We Fight: Battle of China" by which director?
(a) George Fitch.
(b) John Rabe.
(c) John Magee.
(d) Frank Capra.
5. According to the Epilogue, millions of victims died after the war was over from starvation and disease caused by all BUT WHICH of the following Japanese actions?
(c) Medical experiments.
6. "Judgment Day" states that some of the worst atrocities in Nanking are committed by which man, who dies shortly after Japan's surrender?
(a) Nakajima Kesago.
(b) Matsui Iwane.
(c) Hirota Koki.
(d) Prince Asaka.
7. Who is the final person Chang thanks in the Acknowledgments?
8. When news of John Rabe's situation reaches China, the Nanking survivors raise how much money in US dollars to help him?
9. Which organization pays for Chang's trips to Asia?
(a) National Archives.
(b) Yale Divinity School.
(c) Institute of Modern History.
(d) Pacific Cultural Foundation.
10. In "Judgment Day," one of the war crimes trials held is for two lieutenants: Takeshi and Toshiaki. In what chapter of this book does "Judgment Day" say their killing contest is described?
(a) Chapter 4.
(b) Chapter 2.
(c) Chapter 8.
(d) Chapter 6.
11. Which of the following individuals is the Japanese minister of education who kills his career when he states that the Rape of Nanking is "just a part of war" in "The Forgotten Holocaust"?
(a) Sakurai Shin.
(b) Fujio Masayuki.
(c) Okuno Seisuki.
(d) General Nagano Shigeto.
12. In "The Occupation of Nanking," which country's flag is torn down six times from the University of Nanking?
13. Which of Chang's friends freely donated her time to help translate a good deal of source material?
(a) Barbara Masin.
(b) Nancy Tong.
(c) Susan Rabiner.
(d) Martha Begemann.
14. Which of the following individuals is a cabinet secretary who claims that the rape victims were actually engaged in willful prostitution during "The Forgotten Holocaust"?
(a) Murayama Tomiichi.
(b) Kajiyama Seiroku.
(c) Kim Young-sam.
(d) Hashimoto Ryutaro.
15. To what problem can most of the damage in Nanking be attributed in the, "The Occupation of Nanking" chapter?
Short Answer Questions
1. After Minnie Vautrin returns to the United States, she repeatedly attempts suicide. On what date does she finally succeed in ending her life?
2. Which US President announces on December 13 that he is shocked by the attack on the USS Panay?
3. One of the deadliest policies endorsed by the Japanese government during the war is the "Three-all" policy, which means all BUT WHICH of the following?
4. After the massacre, what is the estimated financial damage to public property in Nanking?
5. After the Japanese surrender, John Rabe begins to talk openly about what he witnessed in Nanking. In response, he is arrested by all BUT WHICH of the following governments?
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