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The first act of the stage that became WWI was between Franz Joseph and the _______. a. Croats c. Serbs b. Czechs d. Slovaks
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The first act of the stage that became WWI was between Franz Joseph and the Serbs.

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Modern warfare created __________ numbers of casualties in World War I, as compared to previous wars. a. smaller c. virtually no b. huge d. equal
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Modern warfare created HUGE numbers of casualties in World War I, as compared to previous wars.
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In World War I, the Ottoman Empire joined the ________. a. Central Powers c. Allied Powers b. Central Allies d. Axis Forces
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In World War I, the Ottoman Empire joined the: a. Central Powers.
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Who was author of the Fourteen Points? a. Woodrow Wilson c. Kaiser William II b. Bertha Von Suttner d. Francis Ferdinand
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Woodrow Wilson was author of the Fourteen Points.

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The entry of the United States into World War I tipped the scales in favor of ____________. a. Germany c. the Powers b. the Allies d. Russia
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The entry of the United States into World War I tipped the scales in favor of the Allies.
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