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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Saladin Kader believe about Warmbrunn's plan?
(a) It is a suicide mission.
(b) It was stolen from a Russian intelligence agency.
(c) It was never intended to be put into practice.
(d) It is a Zionist lie.
2. What happens to the infected in cold weather?
(a) They reanimate.
(c) They freeze.
(d) They die.
3. What happens to the infected when weather turns from cold to warm?
(b) They reanimate.
(c) They die.
(d) They freeze.
4. Why does Philip Adler finally agree to follow the order he initially refuses?
(a) To protect his men from charges of treason.
(b) The order is changed so that some of the civilians are not left behind.
(c) To protect himself from charges of treason.
(d) Because he realizes it's the only way to survive.
5. What event caused Paul Redeker not to be seen again?
(a) A death threat.
(b) The death of his mother.
(c) A hug.
(d) The implementation of the Redeker Plan.
6. What order does Philip Adler initially refuse?
(a) To keep food from civilians to give it to the soldiers.
(b) To leave civilians behind without telling them.
(c) To kill civilians to protect them from the illness.
(d) To kill refugees who try to leave the compound.
7. How did the Redeker Plan begin?
(a) The consolidation of all government officials to a safe zone.
(b) The consolidation of rich civilians to a safe zone.
(c) The consolidation of military forces to a safe zone.
(d) The consolidation of all doctors to a safe zone.
8. What was one diagnosis for the outbreak early on?
(a) An extreme form of skin cancer.
(b) Celiac Disease.
9. What was the purpose of the civilians left behind in Redeker's plan?
(a) They were used to fight the infected people.
(b) They were used as human bait.
(c) They would be instructed to rebuild society.
(d) They chose to stay behind.
10. In what town is the outbreak believed to have originated?
(a) New Dachang, China.
(b) Hope, New Mexico.
(c) Manitoba, Canada.
(d) Zeeland, The Netherlands.
11. Who does Mary Jo Miller free from being pulled out the window by the infected?
(a) Her boss.
(b) Her daughter.
(c) A stranger.
(d) Her neighbor.
12. Where does the narrator meet Todd Wainio?
(a) At his home.
(b) At a local hideout.
(c) At a memorial for soldiers that fell in World War Z.
(d) At a mural of a battle between U.S. soldiers and the infected.
13. What haunts Gavin Blaire most about seeing the people panicked on the highway?
(a) That they thought the outbreak was under control.
(b) The sight of the people fleeing in terror.
(c) That they had no destination.
(d) The sound of the people's screaming.
14. How did the infection spread to Europe?
(a) Infected food was delivered to London by train.
(b) Infected rats traveled to Europe on supply ships.
(c) An infected couple traveled by air to Paris.
(d) No one knows how the infection spread to Europe.
15. What is Stanley MacDonald told about the bodies found in caves?
(a) The victims were killed by religious extremists.
(b) He is given no explanation.
(c) The victims were traitors who turned on each other when faced with charges of treason.
(d) The victims were subjected to unknown chemical agents.
Short Answer Questions
1. What position does Grover Carlson hold when he is interviewed by the narrator?
2. How did the CIA handle the Warmbrunn-Knight plan?
3. According to Travis D'Ambrosia, why was Phase Two of the plan to handle the infected never started?
4. What is the real identity of Xolelwa Azania?
5. According to Grover Carlson, why was Breckinridge Scott's vaccine pushed through the FDA?
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