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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Japanese soldiers break into Nanking University Hospital after the massacre and steal all BUT WHICH of the following from nurses?
2. 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) George Fitch.
(c) John Rabe.
(d) Frank Capra.
3. Which of the following individuals is the minister for international trade who announces that Japan never intended to invade other Asian countries during "The Forgotten Holocaust"?
(a) Kim Young-sam.
(b) Hashimoto Ryutaro.
(c) Kajiyama Seiroku.
(d) Murayama Tomiichi.
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) 16 million.
(d) 105 million.
5. According to Chang in "The Forgotten Holocaust," what is one of the most sinister parts of Japanese education?
(a) Grueling exams.
(b) Textbook censorship.
(c) Rigid discipline.
(d) Long school hours.
6. In the Acknowledgments, who does Chang say first told her about the Rape of Nanking?
(a) A teacher.
(b) An aunt.
(c) Her grandparents.
(d) Her parents.
7. "Judgment Day" states that some of the worst atrocities in Nanking are committed by which man, who dies shortly after Japan's surrender?
(a) Prince Asaka.
(b) Hirota Koki.
(c) Matsui Iwane.
(d) Nakajima Kesago.
8. 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?
9. Which of the following American correspondents does Chang NOT mention in the "What the World Knew" chapter?
(a) Frank Tillman Durdin.
(b) Martha Ella Gellhorn.
(c) Archibald Steele.
(d) C. Yates McDaniel.
10. Tanaka Yuki believes that the Japanese army had great potential for brutality for two reasons. What is the first of those two reasons?
(a) Lack of leadership.
(b) Hierarchical nature of society.
(c) Lack of discipline.
(d) Cruel treatment of its own soldiers.
11. Who is the final person Chang thanks in the Acknowledgments?
12. After Minnie Vautrin returns to the United States, she repeatedly attempts suicide. On what date does she finally succeed in ending her life?
(a) April 22, 1943.
(b) May 14, 1941.
(c) October 3, 1945.
(d) July 9, 1940.
13. "Judgment Day" states that the IMTFE is able to prosecute how many Japanese military and political officials?
14. Which Japanese commander bears the brunt of the blame for Nanking during the IMTFE trials?
(a) Hirota Koki.
(b) Nakajima Kesago.
(c) Matsui Iwane.
(d) Prince Asaka.
15. After the War Crimes committee is created, trials for class B and C war criminals begin when?
(a) December 1945.
(b) August 1946.
(c) September 1944.
(d) March 1945.
Short Answer Questions
1. The Epilogue states that Japanese aviators sprayed fleas carrying plague germs over all BUT WHICH of the following cities?
2. Which of the following women loans Chang materials from a documentary she filmed?
3. When the initial deaths are combined with deaths that occurred later but are related, one can estimate that the Japanese killed about how many Chinese people in total?
4. By spring of 1938, all BUT WHICH of the following functions have resumed in Nanking?
5. 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?
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