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In 1941, the Atlantic Charter was signed by _____ and the United States, stating that neither country wanted to acquire territory nor would attempt to govern other nations. A Great Britain B Russia C
Germany D France
In 1941, the Atlantic Charter was signed by Great Britain and the United States, stating that neither country wanted to acquire territory nor would attempt to govern other nations.
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