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What nation experienced the Velvet Revolution, a peaceful and non-violent movement that removed communists from power? A. The Soviet Union B. Czechoslovakia C. North Korea D. China
B. Czechoslovakia experienced the Velvet Revolution, a peaceful and non-violent movement that removed communists from power.
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User: What Muslim country was created when India was separated due to religious conflicts? A. Pakistan B. Czechoslovakia C. Austria D. Iraq

User: What nation experienced the Velvet Revolution, a peaceful and non-violent movement that removed communists from power? A. The Soviet Union B. Czechoslovakia C. North Korea D. China





Weegy: B. Czechoslovakia experienced the Velvet Revolution, a peaceful and non-violent movement that removed communists from power.
Expert answered|may100|Points 1413|

User: Which of the following provided an important boost to the Japanese economy after World War II? A. Manufacturing business Japan because of the Korean War. B. Manufacturing business associated with the rebuilding of the Japanese military. C. A boom in Japanese agricultural exports.

Weegy: A. Manufacturing business Japan because of the Korean War. provided an important boost to the Japanese economy after World War II.
Expert answered|may100|Points 1413|

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