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When was the union of soviet socialist republics formed

The

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or the USSR, was formed in 1922. when Russia merged with the Republic of Ukraine.

What percent of the population of North Korea is below the poverty line

It's citizens are brainwashed but oppressed. Sad little country indeed. The population below the poverty line is at least 90%.

Who were Austria- Hungarys allies in world war 1

austria Hungary was allied with Germany and the ottoman empire during world war one.

they mainly fought the Russians on the eastern front as they did not share a border with France

Was Sweden involved in events leading to world war 1

No.

Why did Germany hate the Versailles Treaty

Germany hated the Versailles Treaty because it makes them pay for all the costs of the world war I. Which later, it causes the World War II.

What triggered the United states' decision to enter the world war 2

The decision of the United States to enter world war two was the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

Which country resulted in world war 2

Well, if you want to know what country was produced, thenIsrael. There really was no single country that resulted in World War 2.

Which of the following describes an important outcome of the revolutions of 1848

Answer this question…Ideas of nationalism and popular sovereignty became more widespread throughout Europe.

Which event is an example of total war

Answer this question… A government urges the country's factories to support a war effort and drafts citizens into the army.

How did the U.S. stock market contribute to economic instability before the Great Depression

Answer this question…Many people took out risky loans that could only be repaid if stock prices continued to rise.

What happened to both the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Ottoman Empire after World War 1

austria hungary

apex-The empires split up into smaller territories.

What did the 15 European countries who met at the Berlin Conference in 1884 determine

What did the 15 European countries who met at the Berlin Conference in 1884 determine

Why was quickly defeating France a key element of Germany's military strategy before the World War I

It needed to defeat France on the western front before Russia could prepare to attack on the eastern front

What was a major similarity between the Battle of Verdun and the Battle of the Somme

Answer this question…

Both resulted in hundreds of thousands of casualties despite little territory changing hands

Which government carried out a campaign of genocide against Armenians during World War 1

Answer this question…

The Ottoman government

Which statement best completes the diagram related to the Russian Revolution of 1917

Answer this question…

Bolshevik protesters organize a mass strike calling for the end of the czarist system.

Which event was not a result of the Treaty of Versailles

Germany was banned from the League of Nations.

Which factor played a role in the US enjoying economic prosperity during the Roaring '20s

The United States had not incurred high levels of foreign debt during World War I.

How did advances in military technology contribute to the stalemate that developed in Europe during world war I

Armies were unable to capture much territory, as it was defended by troops with machine guns.

What statement accurately summarizes most military actions during the early years of world war 1

though huge numbers of people were killed no country managed to conquer much territory

How did industrial technology disrupt germanys military strategy early in world war 1

It allowed France and Russia to mobilize their militaries faster than Germany had thought possible

Why was Russia drawn into conflict with Germany after Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia

Answer this question… Russia had an alliance with Serbia, and Germany had an alliance with Austria-Hungary.

Who won the battle of Verdun and the Somme

France won the battle of Verdun and the Allies won the battle of the Somme.

why although the women right movement led to many advances women in the united states continue to struggle to secure

equal pay for same work done by male worker

Which statement best summarizes the effects of World War 1 on Austria-Hungary

military defeats led to internal unrest and the collapse of Austria-Hungary

European imperialism in the 19th century was largely motivated by countries' desire to

access valuable natural resources in foreign territories

Under Kaiser Wilhelm 11, Germany adopted a foreign policy that included

competing with great britain to build europes most powerful military

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