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The war crimes trial at Nuremberg, Germany after WWII, resulted in how many convictions? a. 22 c. 82 b. 42 d. 122
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The war crimes trial at Nuremberg, Germany after WWII, resulted in a. 22 convictions.
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Which of these is NOT a major principle of the United States? a. democratic government c. belief in individual freedom b. capitalist economy d. suppression of religion
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Suppression of religion is NOT a major principle of the United States.
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