Harlem Hellfighters

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Question 1

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The Harlem Hellfighters is a 100% true account of history.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 2

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How were the Hellfighters treated by the French army?
Answer
  • welcomed
  • disrespected
  • no different than how the Americans treated them
  • honored

Question 3

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Which of the following is a cause of shell shock?
Answer
  • extreme fright from loud noises
  • memories that take a soldier back to a battle
  • shooting someone
  • all of the above

Question 4

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What is the author's purpose in writing the Harlem Hellfighters book?
Answer
  • To Entertain
  • To Inform
  • To Educate
  • all of the above

Question 5

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Why do the French treat the Hellfighters different than the Americans treat the Hellfighters?
Answer
  • Frenchmen follow the principles of Equality, Liberty, and Fraternity
  • Soldiers that have fought in war will welcome any help they can get.
  • Frenchmen think people of African descent are the best.
  • Frenchmen are used to treating people of African descent well because they treated their colonies better than most.

Question 6

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What gas was the most used in WWI?
Answer
  • chlorine
  • phosgene
  • mustard
  • Agent Orange

Question 7

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Check the descriptors of the author of the Harlem Hellfighters.
Answer
  • African American
  • White
  • lived through WWI
  • young
  • a historian
  • a film writer
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