How many did you manage?
In question 4: Stanley Milgram was interested in studying obedience directly as a result of what occurred during WWII. At the subsequent trials, many of the defense lay on the claim 'Just following orders'. And it was Milgram who became interested in seeing just how far obedience could be taken.
Despite the forecast by many professionals as well as lay people, that no one would follow through to 'lethal' levels of shock, the obedience tests clearly showed that individuals would feel pressure to conform to the wishes of the experimenter.
Milgram's studies are landmarks within the field, although now many hundreds of replications are done with VR whilst maintaining the parameters of ethical guidelines.
In his book, 'Ordinary Men' Christopher Browning explored other issues which may have led to individuals committing atrocities and is a fantastic look behind the mentality of those who took part in the genocide.
@Daniel Sumner a very interesting read.
My question is What was the biggest problem with Milgram's study?