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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Chang's book was helped along by her editor, a woman by the name of what?
(a) Barbara Masin.
(b) Martha Begemann.
(c) Nancy Tong.
(d) Susan Rabiner.
2. After the massacre, what is the estimated financial damage to public property in Nanking?
(a) $140 thousand.
(b) $90 thousand.
(c) $200 million.
(d) $836 million.
3. Which organization pays for Chang's trips to Asia?
(a) National Archives.
(b) Yale Divinity School.
(c) Pacific Cultural Foundation.
(d) Institute of Modern History.
4. In 1941, the Japanese army launched a campaign of terror in northern China. What was the population of northern China prior to this campaign?
(a) 44 million.
(b) 25 million.
(c) 105 million.
(d) 16 million.
5. Ono Kenji has co-edited a book on the Nanking massacre, the first work to be based completely on Japanese sources. During what year is the book published?
6. Chang states that her parents are the kind that most people only dream of, and that they are all BUT WHICH of the following?
7. Which US President announces on December 13 that he is shocked by the attack on the USS Panay?
(a) Calvin Coolidge.
(b) Herbert Hoover.
(c) Franklin D. Roosevelt.
(d) Harry Truman.
8. Which of the following newsreel reporters are NOT on board when the USS Panay is attacked?
(a) Jean Marie Lutes.
(b) Sandro Sandri.
(c) Eric Mayell.
(d) Normal Alley.
9. 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 6.
(c) Chapter 2.
(d) Chapter 8.
10. 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) Frank Capra.
(b) John Magee.
(c) George Fitch.
(d) John Rabe.
11. Chang states that during her visit to Nanking, she discovers that reparations from Japan in what amount would make a huge difference for the survivors?
12. After his trial, Hisao is executed in a manner that many of the Nanking survivors believe to be much more humane than anything he'd done to his victims. How is Hisao executed?
(b) Firing squad.
(c) Lethal injection.
13. According to Chang in "The Forgotten Holocaust," what is one of the most sinister parts of Japanese education?
(a) Rigid discipline.
(b) Grueling exams.
(c) Long school hours.
(d) Textbook censorship.
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) Kim Young-sam.
(b) Kajiyama Seiroku.
(c) Murayama Tomiichi.
(d) Hashimoto Ryutaro.
15. 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) Kill all.
(b) Burn all.
(c) Rape all.
(d) Loot all.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the final person Chang thanks in the Acknowledgments?
2. One of the diary writers in "What the World Knew" is able to take several reels of film and smuggle them out of Nanking on which date?
3. In what year during "The Fate of the Survivors" do seizures and a mental collapse force Robert Wilson to leave Nanking for Santa Barbara, California?
4. Chang states in "The Forgotten Holocaust" that censorship in Japan is practiced not only by the government, but also by which other entity?
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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