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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In "The Fate of the Survivors," Chang states that she is able to videotape oral testimony from Nanking survivors during what year?
2. 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) Fujio Masayuki.
(b) General Nagano Shigeto.
(c) Sakurai Shin.
(d) Okuno Seisuki.
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?
(a) Burn all.
(b) Loot all.
(c) Rape all.
(d) Kill all.
4. In what year during "The Fate of the Survivors" does the People's Republic of China announce that it has forgiven Japan and invites the Japanese prime minister to visit China?
5. "Judgment Day" states that some of the worst atrocities in Nanking are committed by which man, who dies shortly after Japan's surrender?
(a) Matsui Iwane.
(b) Nakajima Kesago.
(c) Prince Asaka.
(d) Hirota Koki.
6. As "What the World Knew" opens, how does the world know what's happening in Nanking?
(a) Reporters are there covering the story.
(b) The leaders of the Safety Zone are issuing statements.
(c) The soldiers are sending letters to their families.
(d) Refugees are escaping to the West.
7. 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?
8. Haru Murakawa organized a workshop so that Chang could meet with several Japanese and Asians about Nanking. In what year does the workshop take place?
9. To what number is the population of northern China reduced after the terror campaign in 1941?
(a) 25 million.
(b) 105 million.
(c) 44 million.
(d) 16 million.
10. By spring of 1938, all BUT WHICH of the following functions have resumed in Nanking?
(b) Running water.
11. 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) John Magee.
(b) John Rabe.
(c) Frank Capra.
(d) George Fitch.
12. The Japanese also mixed food with which of the following deadly diseases during the invasion?
(b) E. coli.
13. During the IMTFE trials, the court determines that what ratio of prisoners of war die under the Japanese?
(a) One in one hundred.
(c) One in three.
(d) One in twenty-five.
14. Which of the following women loans Chang materials from a documentary she filmed?
(a) Susan Rabiner.
(b) Nancy Tong.
(c) Martha Begemann.
(d) Barbara Masin.
15. 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?
(b) Medical experiments.
Short Answer Questions
1. In order to control the population after the massacre, the Japanese routinely use what as payment to the Chinese?
2. Chang states in "The Forgotten Holocaust" that censorship in Japan is practiced not only by the government, but also by which other entity?
3. Which Japanese news outlet begins to report that all is well and that Nanking's citizens are returning home in late December during the occupation?
4. Which organization pays for Chang's trips to Asia?
5. When news of John Rabe's situation reaches China, the Nanking survivors raise how much money in US dollars to help him?
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