1) What crucial landmark in Jewish history was marked by the outbreak of World War I?
a) The beginnings of anti-Semitism.
b) The war released aggressions and revealed potentials for mutual mass annihilation that
had been undream
1) During the Holocaust, _ was considered an act of resistance.
a) the smuggling of food
b) the exercise of the right to life
c) the maintenance of morale by cultural and educational activities
d) any group action consciously t
1) During the first two or three years under Nazi control, the attitude of the majority of the
a) changed appreciably
b) did not change appreciably
c) became increasingly hostile
d) evolved into total apathy
e) none of
1) Who was the head of the Union of Romanian Jews?
a) Alexander Cuza
b) Octavian Goga
c) Wilhelm Filderman
d) Horia Sima
e) Alexander Shafran
2) In Romania, another name for the Iron Guard was:
a) the Balkan Police
b) the Soc
1) Prior to the decision to exterminate the European Jews under their control, where had the
Nazis planned to ultimately deport them?
a) the United States
2) In March 1941, the orde
1) In 1932, rank-and-file Germans who voted for the Nazi party wanted
a) an anti-Semitic slant to German foreign policy.
b) enslavement of the Slavic people of the Balkans and the Soviet Union.
c) to start another war proving Ger
1) As the Nazis consolidated their power after 1933, most German Jews reacted to this
a) attempting to leave German
b) assiting the Nazi leaders in order to escape reprisals
c) becoming more determined to stay in Germ
1) To the Jewish people, the Bible is considered:
a. the Tanach
b. the Torah
c. the Law
d. the writings
e. All of the above
2) Judaism is:
e. None of the above
3) The an
1) European Jews were able to achieve civic equality during the nineteenth century. What
event set the tone for this occurrence?
a) the Crimean War
c) the Industrial Revolution
d) the French Revolution
e) the Seven Year
1) Within two days of Germanys invasion of Poland
a) Poland surrendered to Germany.
b) The United States declared war on Germany.
c) Britain and France declared war on Germany.
d) The Polish Jewish population was legally emancip
1) The most serious problem in the Warsaw ghetto was
a) establishing an efficient banking system for the residents.
b) providing an adequate public school system for the children.
c) the tremendous influx of refugees.
1) Unlike their counterparts in Eastern Europe, the Jewish populations of Western Europe
had _ the political and economic life of their host countries.
a) not adapted to
b) segregated themselves from
c) acculturated to
1) What was Germanys first experiment in republican democracy called?
a) The Bund
b) The North German Confederation
c) The Weimar Republic
d) The Duma
e) None of the above
2) After the peace treaty ending World War I was signed,