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Question 1: It left ________ on 13 December 1944, and over the next two days was mistakenly bombed and strafed by American planes.
Metro ManilaManilaQuezon CityValenzuela City

Question 2: Some eventually went to a POW camp in Jinsen (________), Korea, where they were given light duty, mainly sewing garments for the Japanese Army.
IncheonSeoul National Capital AreaBusanSeoul

Question 3: Unlike weapons transports which were sometimes marked as ________ ships, these prisoner transports were unmarked and were targeted by Allied submarines and aircraft.
Austrian Red CrossAmerican Red CrossMagen David AdomInternational Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement

Question 4: It now generally refers to the ships used by the Imperial Japanese Navy to transport Allied prisoners of war (POWs) out of the Philippines, ________ and Singapore during World War II.
MacauUnited StatesHong KongMalta

Question 5: ________ and Thielbek, German "hell ships" sunk by the RAF.
No. 263 Squadron RAFCap ArconaHawker TyphoonMV Wilhelm Gustloff

Question 6: The POWs were taken to ________, Taiwan, Manchuria, or Korea to be used as forced labor.
United KingdomCanadaCambodiaJapan

Question 7: Many died due to ________, starvation or dysentery.
Altitude sicknessHypoxia (medical)Decompression sicknessAsphyxia

Question 8: Similar to conditions on the ________, prisoners were often crammed into cargo holds with little air, food or water for journeys that would last weeks.
IndianaNew MexicoBataan Death MarchPhilippines Campaign (1941–1942)

Question 9: There the Japanese medics are said to have been shocked at the wasted condition of the POWs and used ________ to divide them.
Emergency medical servicesTriageDefibrillationEmergency medicine


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