Final Test - Medium
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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following individuals is the director of the Japanese environmental agency who comments that Japan never intended to be aggressive and is forced to retract the statement in "The Forgotten Holocaust"?
(a) Okuno Seisuki.
(b) Fujio Masayuki.
(c) Sakurai Shin.
(d) General Nagano Shigeto.
2. 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 2.
(b) Chapter 6.
(c) Chapter 8.
(d) Chapter 4.
3. Which of the following American correspondents does Chang NOT mention in the "What the World Knew" chapter?
(a) Archibald Steele.
(b) Frank Tillman Durdin.
(c) Martha Ella Gellhorn.
(d) C. Yates McDaniel.
4. 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) Kim Young-sam.
(c) Kajiyama Seiroku.
(d) Hashimoto Ryutaro.
5. After John Rabe's death, his family finally publishes his diary. It is covered by world media on what date?
(a) December 12, 1996.
(b) October 4, 1982.
(c) July 27, 1874.
(d) May 9, 1958.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the end of "The Forgotten Holocaust," Azuma Shiro becomes the first Japanese veteran to apologize for his role in Nanking. During what year does this occur?
2. After the massacre, what is the estimated financial damage to public property in Nanking?
3. By what time during 1938 does "The Occupation of Nanking" say the massacre is over?
4. In "The Fate of the Survivors," during what year does Lewis Smythe leave his job at Nanking University for Lexington Theological Seminary in Kentucky?
5. In the Acknowledgments, who does Chang say first told her about the Rape of Nanking?
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