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What did Alexander II do to reform the military? a. He opened it up to allow women in the military. c. He reduced the military to a much smaller size. b. He made it mandatory that all males
serve. d. He lowered the time required for all males to serve.
What did Alexander II do to reform the military The answer is b. He made it mandatory that all males serve.
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