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Zollverein helped to unite the ________________ states. a. Austrian-Hungary c. French b. German d. Italian
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User: Zollverein helped to unite the ________________ states.

User: Zollverein helped to unite the ________________ states. a. Austrian-Hungary c. French b. German d. Italian

Weegy: answer: b. German
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User: What was the importance of Budapest to the Austrian-Hungary empire? a. It was where the King lived. c. It was the location for Hungarian parliament. b. It was the location for Austrian parliament. d. It was the scene of the most violent Hungarian uprisings.

Weegy: What was the importance of Budapest to the Austrian-Hungary empire? c. It was the location for Hungarian parliament.
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User: Who was behind the terrorist attacks which destabilized Alexander II? a. Karl Marx c. Social Democratic Labor Party b. People’s Will d. Duma

Weegy: c. Social Democratic Labor Party
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User: Who was the Prime Minister behind the King of Sardinia? a. Giuseppe Mazzini c. Giuseppe Garibaldi b. Camillo Benso di Cavour d. Napoleon III

Weegy: b. Camillo Benso di Cavour
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User: Risorgimento meant __________. a. reorganize c. resurgence b. reestablish d. resurrection

Weegy: C. [ Resurgence, Risorgimento- Italian unification (Italian: il Risorgimento [risord i mento], meaning The Resurgence) n. The period of or the movement for the liberation and political unification of Italy, beginning about 1750 and lasting until 1870. Read more: ]
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Weegy: How was Bismarck able to defeat France? a. Bismarck had superior weapons and technology
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User: Francis Joseph I was the a. Emperor of the Ottoman Empire and King of Turkey. b. King of France and Emperor of Germany. c. Emperor of Romania and King of the Czechs. d. Emperor of Austria and King of Hungry.

Weegy: Francis Joseph I was the: d. Emperor of Austria and King of Hungry.
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User: Carbonari

Weegy: Carbonaro, plural Carbonari, (Italian dialect: Charcoal Burner), in early 19th-century Italy, member of a secret society (the Carbonaria) advocating liberal and patriotic ideas. [ [ The group provided the main source of opposition to the conservative regimes imposed on Italy by the victorious allies after the defeat of Napoleon in 1815. Their influence prepared the way for the Risorgimento movement, which resulted in Italian unification (1861). ] ]
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User: Emancipation Edict

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Emancipation, Edict of, 1861, the mechanism by which Czar Alexander II freed all Russian serfs (one third of the total population).


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