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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. Whom does Tudsbury want Pug to invite to the anniversary party so he can talk to him?
2. Where is Pam Tudsbury having dinner with Phillip Rule in London?
(a) The Oak Room.
(b) Buckingham Palace.
(c) The Plaza.
(d) The Savoy.
3. _________________ virtually demanded that the planes be sent out to search for Japanese ships during Midway.
(a) Captain Browning.
(b) Admiral Spurance.
(c) Warren Henry.
(d) Pug Henry.
4. What nationality is Rabinovitz?
5. Berel Jastow is living in the German prison camp under what name?
(a) Yuri Gorachov.
(b) Samuel Murpheal.
(c) Yuri Gorbachoff.
(d) Sammy Mutterperl.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does each day start with at Auschwitz?
2. In Chapter 29, Aaron says Japan's rising power is like what?
3. Which movie star is Rhoda going to get to meet while she is visiting Madeline?
4. The Commandant is in no mood for the ______________ celebration going on in his home.
5. What is Mutterperl's job at Auschwitz?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does General Yevlenko tell Pug about what has happened in Leningrad?
2. What happens when the Northampton get hit in a battle off the coast of Tulagi?
3. What is Theresienstadt and how does it allow the Germans to fool the rest of the world?
4. What does Pug discover when he asks other Americans in Iran about Rhoda and Peters?
5. Why does the commander of Auschwitz change his uniform when he goes home for dinner?
6. What does Pam write in her letter to Pug during her stay in California?
7. Why does Slote's boss finally change his mind about the fate of the Jews?
8. What happens when Aaron and Natalie meet with Eichmann during their stay at Theresienstadt?
9. How does Pug feel when he discovers the scrapbook Rhoda made of Warren's life?
10. What does Pam tell Rhoda when they meet for breakfast in Hollywood?
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