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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did one man marvel at as the sun came up after the party?
(a) All men were still alive.
(b) The victory was not a dream.
(c) Civilians were bringing food to them.
(d) The Japanese left the camp.
2. Where did the Bird make the men stand to strike each other's faces?
(a) In the medical tent.
(b) In the Commander's room.
(c) In the middle of the camp.
(d) In their barracks.
3. What was announced for 1948, 6 months after Louis' return from Japan?
(b) The Cold War.
(c) The next summer Olympics.
(d) A new Geneva Convention.
4. When did Louis and Cynthia marry?
(a) May 20.
(b) May 25.
(c) May 17.
(d) May 30.
5. Why did the prisoners nickname the guards?
(a) The prisoners wanted to create their own language.
(b) They could talk about them without retaliation.
(c) The guards never told their names.
(d) They couldn't remember their names.
Short Answer Questions
1. When does Chapter 29 begin?
2. What did Watanabe settle at being in the remote mountain prefecture?
3. For what reason did Cynthia ask her father for money?
4. What did Louis do when given the text to read?
5. What was Louis' reaction to seeing the B-29 writing on the wall?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened when Louis was invited back to the radio station in Chapter 26?
2. How did life change when Louis decided competing again was impossible according to Chapter 35?
3. Why were some of the guards fearful?
4. What did the Bird do at the center of the camp?
5. What did a few prisoners plan in 1944 in Chapter 22?
6. What was the graffiti described in Chapter 25 referring to?
7. What did Louis have difficulty with when he returned home according to Chapter 34?
8. What had the Zamperini family been told according to Chapter 21?
9. Where were some of the prisoners sent in Chapter 27?
10. How did Watanabe change?
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