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In the poem "War Is Kind" by Stephen Crane, Crane portrays war in a way that A.honors the glory of sacrifice.B.points out the importance of duty.C.shows the bravery of the soldiers. D.indicates the senselessness of war.
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japan's victories on both land and sea during the russo-japanese war in 1905 shocked many western nations. why was the outcome of this war significant?
Weegy: shifted the balance of power in asia to japan User: Navigable rivers provided efficient transportation of raw materials and finished goods.• Manufacturers connected directly with their markets through a network of canals.• Coal and iron deposits were plentiful, easily mined, and easily shipped.• A global overseas empire provided raw materials and markets for finished goods.• A stable legal system protected capitalist investors.• This nation benefitted from a large and growing demand for products that were manufactured both domestically and overseas.• This nation became the first to industrialize in the 1700s. which nation is best described by the information above?A)france,B)germany,C)great britain,D)the united states Weegy: C. Great Britain User: The chart above lists differences between theA.Glorious Revolution and the Haitian Revolution.B.American Revolution and the French Revolution.C.Irish Rebellion and the Scottish Jacobite Uprising.D.Belgian Revolution and the Greek War for Independence. Weegy: I'm sorry but I don't have copy of that chart that you're talking about. User: After the final defeat of Napoleon, diplomats from all over Europe met at the Congress of Vienna. What was the primary goal of the participants at this conference?A.to restore and maintain peace by returning conservative monarchs to powerB.to punish France by denying it equal diplomatic and political representationC.to ensure that France would cease to be a threat by disbanding its military forcesD.to guarantee that the republican ideas of equality and nationalism were protected Weegy: After the final defeat of Napoleon, diplomats from all over Europe met at the Congress of Vienna. What was the primary goal of the participants at this conference? ANSWER: "A. [ To restore and maintain peace by returning conservative monarchs to power". ] (More)
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what can be concluded about the effects of the Industrial Revolution on city populations?A.Pollution from factories created health risks for urban workers.B.Workers refused employment in industries that put their health at risk.C.Strict regulations on factory waste were put in place during the 1890s.D.Factory owners were careful to avoid polluting the environment in the 1890s.
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Which BEST describes the change in the young man's character from the beginning of the story to the end in The Red Badge of Courage? A.He was na ve; he became terrified.B.He was ignorant; he became smart.C.He was immature; he became mature.D.He was insecure; he became confident.
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