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During the reign of Charles I, the ______ controlled the House of Commons. a. Anglicans b. Catholics c. King d. Puritans
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User: During the reign of Charles I, the ______ controlled the House of Commons. a. Anglicans b. Catholics c. King d. Puritans

User: Which of the following was Hitler’s plan to make Europe into one political and economic system? a. New Order c. Final Solution b. New Deal d. Final Plan

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During the reign of Charles I, the Puritans controlled the House of Commons.
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Hitler’s plan to make Europe into one political and economic system: New Order.
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Which of the following were not reasons for the Sepoy revolt? a. Issuing of new rifles with animal fat c. Requirements to serve overseas b. Dishonorable discharges without pay d. Widespread famine and starvation
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In general, no one supported Alexander II’s decision to end serfdom. FALSE.

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Alexander II reform the military when he lowered the time required for all males to serve.

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Czar Alexander II listened to public opinion and freed the serfs.
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Russification was: Imposing Russian will on other peoples in the empire.
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