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Q: 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.
A: B. The machine gun made it nearly impossible for troops to advance is why trench warfare was diffcult
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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
MrG|Points 4760|

User: The Russian Revolution resulted in Russia ___________. a. winning the war c. withdrawing from the war b. joining the war d. protesting the war

Weegy: The Russian Revolution resulted in Russia joining the war.
jeifunk|Points 10736|

User: Which of the following was a major reason the United States exchanged neutrality for war in 1917? a. Americans felt it was their duty to come to the aid of the Central Powers, who were being badly beaten. b. The Germans had taken over a vital trade route between Britain and the United States. c. The Germans massacred the entire population of a major British city, including civilians. d. The Germans used their submarines to attack ships carrying American citizens and supplies to the Allies.

Weegy: Which of the following was a major reason the United States exchanged neutrality for war in 1917? d. [ The Germans used their submarines to attack ships carrying American citizens and supplies to the Allies. ]
alfred123|Points 4338|

User: Which of the following countries was not one of the “Big-3” at the Paris Peace Conference? a. United States c. Britain b. France d. Germany

Weegy: d. Germany
Amtid09|Points 190|

User: At the beginning, and for most of the war, United States followed a policy of a. antagony. c. resistance. b. neutrality. d. artillery.

Weegy: At the beginning, and for most of the war, United States followed a policy of a. antagony.
selymi|Points 11561|

User: What role did Britain play in Arab revolts against the Ottoman Empire? a. They sent aid to the Ottomans. c. They promised to send aid to the Turks, but secretly helped the Arabs. b. They sent aid to the Arabs. d. They did not participate in this conflict.

Weegy: B. They sent aid to the Arabs. By September 1918, the British were spending ? 220,000/month to subsidize the revolt.
andrewpallarca|Points 26420|

User: Which of these was one of the forces that led to the outbreak of war in Europe? a. Mandates c. Neutrality b. Militarism d. Atrocities

Weegy: Which of these was one of the forces that led to the outbreak of war in europe? b)militarism
carl1980|Points 552|

User: What did Germany do to encourage Austria to go to war with Serbia? a. Germany promised support to Austria. c. Germany sent a false letter to the Austrian government informing them of an attack on Austria by Serbia. b. Germany threatened to invade Austria unless they went to war with Serbia. d. Germany accused the Serbian government of trying to assassinate Austrian government officials.

Weegy: a. Germany promised support to Austria to go to war with Serbia
uxiali|Points 1603|

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