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Which of the following czars is given the credit of uniting the Slavic territories? a. Ivan IV, aka, Ivan the Terrible c. Ivan III, aka, Ivan the Great b. Peter the Great d. Yeltsin VI, aka
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b. Peter the Great is given the credit of uniting the Slavic territories
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