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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 is the name of the submarine Byron Henry is assigned to, for a final mission, before he is stationed closer to his family?
2. What is being tested at Auschwitz in Chapter 46?
(a) Gas chambers.
(b) Mass graves.
3. Leslie Slote is at a function in _____ when he meets Selma Ascher.
4. What is the nickname of Pamela Tudsbury's father?
5. What is the name of the club in Singapore that Elsa McMahon is not allowed to enter?
(a) Tanglin Club.
(b) Tangerine Bar.
(c) Officer's Club.
(d) Raffles Bar.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which prisoners are a proving to be a disappointment to the Commandant at Oswiecim?
2. Who is the German in charge of Mutterperl's work?
3. Selma Ascher reminds Leslie Slote of whom?
4. The Commandant is in no mood for the ______________ celebration going on in his home.
5. Who is the high-ranking SS officer who is coming to inspect Auschwitz?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Aaron Jastrow decide he must go to America with Natalie?
2. What does the Commandant of Auschwitz note about the women prisoners as the techniques for killing the Jews is honed?
3. What point is von Roon making in the "Hitler Berserk" section of The Road to Midway?
4. What information about the Devilfish does Pug learn during his conversation with Talky in a Honolulu hotel?
5. Why does Byron decide not to trust Luke Babbage with information about Natalie?
6. What are Warren's final thoughts before his plane explodes in the Pacific Ocean?
7. 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?
8. Why is Natalie advised not to leave France immediately with Byron?
9. Describe the poignant scene at the end of Chapter 23.
10. How does Dr. Beck respond when the SS official asks him about the Italian Jews?
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