Thirteen Days; a Memoir of the Cuban Missile Crisis Multiple Choice Test Questions

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1. What type of non-fiction is Thirteen Days?
(a) Essay.
(b) Memoir.
(c) Biography.
(d) Textbook.

2. When did John F. Kennedy call his brother, Robert, to the White House to discuss the photographs taken over Cuba?
(a) October 20, 1964.
(b) October 15, 1964.
(c) September 4, 1962.
(d) October 16, 1962.

3. Robert describes the conflict in Cuba as one between two atomic nations. What are the two atomic nations he refers to?
(a) US and Cuba.
(b) US and USSR.
(c) Berlin and Cuba.
(d) US and Germany.

4. What position did Robert hold in the Kennedy administration?
(a) Attorney General.
(b) Senator.
(c) Press Secretary.
(d) Secretary of Defense.

5. When looking at the first photographs of the missile bases in Cuba, what did JFK say it looked like?
(a) Soccer field.
(b) Farm.
(c) Swimming pool.
(d) Football field.

6. Who suggested that the US take military action against Cuba for America's safety, not knowing about the missiles?
(a) Senator J. William Fulbright.
(b) Senator Homer E. Caphart.
(c) Senator Robert F. Kennedy.
(d) Senator Richard B. Russell.

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