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Which group did the Turks try to systematically exterminate during World War I, resulting in the deaths of nearly 1.5 million people? (Points : 3) French Armenians Muslims
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Answer is B. Armenians. The group that was systematically exterminated by the Turks during World War 1 with the loss of nearly 1.5 million people was B. Armenians. source:
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User: Franz Ferdinand was in line to the throne of what nation, which first declared war on Serbia on July 28, 1914, one month after his assassination? (Points : 3) Germany Austria-Hungary Belgium France

User: Why did Germany declare war on Belgium even though they were a neutral country? (Points : 3) Belgium possessed the technology to make the zeppelin. Germany wanted to cut through Belgium to have easier access to France. Belgium first declared war on Germany. Belgium was not affected by World War I.

User: On what date was an armistice signed between Germany and the Allies, ending World War I? (Points : 3) June 28, 1914 July 28, 1914 November 11, 1918 June 28, 1918

User: Which group did the Turks try to systematically exterminate during World War I, resulting in the deaths of nearly 1.5 million people? (Points : 3) French Armenians Muslims Germans

Weegy: Answer is B. Armenians. The group that was systematically exterminated by the Turks during World War 1 with the loss of nearly 1.5 million people was B. Armenians. source:
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User: During World War I, which nation had to pull out of battle because a revolution began on the home front, and they lacked the industrial power needed to match the weaponry of its enemies? (Points : 3) Germany United States Russia France

Weegy: The answes is Russia
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