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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 was the name of the book Mose Sacerdote wanted Aaron to sign?
(a) A Jew's Jesus.
(b) World Holocaust.
(c) A Jew's Journey.
(d) A Jew's Story.
2. Where is the Henry family going to celebrate Warren and Janice's anniversary?
(a) Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
(b) Moana Hotel.
(c) The Waikikian.
(d) Ala Moana Resort.
3. What is the name of Pug's commander?
(a) Admiral Eisenhower.
(b) Admiral Nimitz.
(c) Admiral Spurance.
(d) Admiral McCain.
4. Where did Pug and Pam Tudsbury first meet?
5. Where was Aaron's Italian villa located?
Short Answer Questions
1. Whom does Pug surprise with a visit in Chapter 48?
2. What is the name of the man Byron is working for in Europe?
3. What are the men called who are emaciated and close to dying?
4. What was the date for the beginning of the battle of Midway?
5. What do Aaron and Natalie serve for dinner when Dr. Beck is their guest in Italy?
Short Essay Questions
1. How are Byron and Natalie finally reunited in Marseilles?
2. What information about the Devilfish does Pug learn during his conversation with Talky in a Honolulu hotel?
3. What is Aaron Jastrow's reaction when Mose Sacerdote tells him it was Dr. Beck who arranged for him and Natalie to be detained in Italy?
4. What does Roon write that the battle of Midway indicated?
5. What was the Doolittle Raid and why was it pivotal in the outcome in the war?
6. What two options for escape do Natalie and Aaron have left as Aaron faces pressure from Beck?
7. What does Byron Henry later learn about the captain of the Devilfish after they are attacked?
8. What concern does Rhoda Henry express about her daughter-in-law in a letter to her husband?
9. How does Pug view his sons, especially as he knows they will soon be in combat?
10. What does Pam tell Rhoda when they meet for breakfast in Hollywood?
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