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How did the Great Depression eventually change Germany politically? Choices are: 1. Germans eventually believed that democracy would solve their economic problems. 2. Germans eventually believed that
Hitler would solve their economic problems. 3. Thousands of Germans eventually emigrated to communist nations in search of jobs. 4. The German parliament eventually became more powerful.
2. Germans eventually believed that Hitler would solve their economic problems.
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User: Which example identifies a change in motion that produces acceleration? Choices are: 1. a speed skater moving at a constant speed on a straight track 2. a ball moving at a constant speed around a circular track 3. a particle moving in a vacuum at constant velocity 4. a vehicle moving down the street at a steady speed

User: How did the Great Depression eventually change Germany politically? Choices are: 1. Germans eventually believed that democracy would solve their economic problems. 2. Germans eventually believed that Hitler would solve their economic problems. 3. Thousands of Germans eventually emigrated to communist nations in search of jobs. 4. The German parliament eventually became more powerful.

Weegy: 2. Germans eventually believed that Hitler would solve their economic problems.
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Weegy: 1. It encouraged more aggression.
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User: Which of the following was perceived as being equivalent to declaring economic war against the Axis Powers? Choices are: 1. the Munich Pact the Tripartite Pact the Atlantic Charter the Lend-Lease Act

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