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World War I was more destructive than earlier wars because a. the armies were more ruthless. b. it lasted longer. c. modern weapons were more deadly. d. airplanes could drop huge
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World War I was more destructive because D. airplanes could drop huge bombs
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User: World War I was more destructive than earlier wars because a. the armies were more ruthless. b. it lasted longer. c. modern weapons were more deadly. d. airplanes could drop huge bombs.

Weegy: World War I was more destructive because D. airplanes could drop huge bombs
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User: In World War I, the Ottoman Empire joined the ________. a. Central Powers c. Allied Powers b. Central Allies d. Axis Forces

User: In World War I, the Ottoman Empire joined the ________. a. Central Powers c. Allied Powers b. Central Allies d. Axis Forces

User: In World War I, the Ottoman Empire joined the ________. a. Central Powers c. Allied Powers b. Central Allies d. Axis Forces

User: Modern warfare created __________ numbers of casualties in World War I, as compared to previous wars. a. smaller c. virtually no b. huge d. equal

Weegy: Modern warfare created b. huge numbers of casualties in World War I, as compared to previous wars. [smile]
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User: The machine gun did all of the following, except a. enabled soldiers to kill from a distance. c. increased war casualties. b. made the foot soldier unnecessary. d. made total war necessary.

Weegy: The machine gun did all of the following, except a. enabled soldiers to kill from a distance.
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User: Why was it difficult to gain an advantage over the enemy in trench warfare during World War I? a. Too many soldiers died of disease in the trenches. b. The machine gun made it nearly impossible for troops to advance. c. No weapons were used. d. Too few soldiers were willing to kill enemy soldiers.

Weegy: B. The machine gun made it nearly impossible for troops to advance is why trench warfare was diffcult
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User: What made World War I a new kind of conflict? a. The alliances made c. The number of countries involved b. The technology used d. The particular governments involved

User: Which of the following does not represent advances in technology during World War I? a. U-boat c. Cannons b. Machine guns d. Tanks

Weegy: U-boat does not represent advances in technology during World War I.
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User: Which of the following statements is true regarding the Ottoman empire in World War I? a. It remained neutral. b. It joined the Central Powers. c. It joined the Allies. d. It successfully defended its interests in the Middle East.

Weegy: b. It joined the Central Powers is true regarding the Ottoman empire in World War I. [smile]
Expert answered|Mayang30|Points 827|



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