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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. At Auschwitz, Natalie was put to work in a factory disassembling what?
2. Berel Jastrow travels with forged papers as Reinhold Henkle, a German _____________.
(a) Construction worker.
3. General Yevlenko is a big proponent of what system in Russia?
(d) Land Lease.
4. What does a farmer toss into the train car that Natalie is riding to Auschwitz?
5. What officials will be visiting Theresienstadt, causing the German camp to undergo a beautification program?
(b) The Red Cross.
(c) American government.
(d) French government.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the Russian Army known as?
2. Pam and Pug are moving into a Washington apartment that formerly belong to whom?
3. Where do Natalie and Aaron try to flee to when Beck shows up in Paris?
4. When asked, on the train ride to Auschwitz, Aaron compares Hitler to _________.
5. Leslie disagrees with the plans of _____________who believes the Jews can all be moved from Germany.
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Louis make the German soldier guarding them on the train laugh?
2. How does Berel Jastrow find the man he is supposed to give the secret documents to in Prague?
3. Why does Rhoda disagree with Pug about helping to get Natalie out of Europe?
4. How does Mutterperl die, leaving Berel alone to escape?
5. What ordeal does Natalie go through before she learns that Louis is not dead?
6. How are Slote's request to help the Jews received by the State Department?
7. Why does a doctor Aaron meets compare Nazi Germany to the Ku Klux Klan?
8. What does Madeline reveal about their parents' marriage in the letter she writes to Byron?
9. How does Aaron manage to get some better food on the train when he is being transported to Auschwitz from Theresienstadt?
10. How does Pug feel when he discovers the scrapbook Rhoda made of Warren's life?
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