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The first writer to produce a significant work in a vernacular (national) language was A. Erasmus. B. Milton. C. Shakespeare. D. Dante.
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The first writer to produce a significant work in a vernacular (national) language was D. Dante. The work is the "Divine Comedy" in Italian.
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The first emperor of France was A. Martel. B. Napoleon. C. Louis XIV. D. Charlemagne. User: The Fifth French Republic was initiated by A. de Gaulle. B. Napoleon I. C. Napoleon III. D. Louis XIV.
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The first emperor of France was B. Napoleon.
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The Fifth French Republic was initiated by A. de Gaulle.
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"The sick man of Europe" was a term applied to (C.) Turkey in the run-up to the Crimean War, because it was increasingly falling under the financial control of the European powers and had lost territory in a series of disastrous wars.
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