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Q: The countries of Serbia and Montenegro, in the region called the Balkans, were historically unstable. Based on the map, what was another reason that tension in the Balkans led to World War I?
A. The Balkans were culturally linked with countries that were neutral in World War I. B. The Balkans were in close proximity to countries aligned with the Central powers. C. The Balkans were important to the Triple Entente because of their technology. D. The Balkans were an ideal place to wage war because the terrain was flat.
A: B. The Balkans were in close proximity to countries aligned with the Central powers.
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User: The countries of Serbia and Montenegro, in the region called the Balkans, were historically unstable. Based on the map, what was another reason that tension in the Balkans led to World War I? A. The Balkans were culturally linked with countries that were neutral in World War I. B. The Balkans were in close proximity to countries aligned with the Central powers. C. The Balkans were important to the Triple Entente because of their technology. D. The Balkans were an ideal place to wage war because the terrain was flat.

Weegy: B. The Balkans were in close proximity to countries aligned with the Central powers.
selymi|Points 10306|

User: Which effect BEST completes the diagram on British economic policies?

Weegy: The British economic policy for Africa at the time was founded on the belief that if African peoples were brought to embrace European civilisation with its emphasis on law and order their economic resources would be more effectively and thoroughly [ exploited to the benefit of all. It was optimistically and simplistically believed that the problem of African economic development was largely the problem of law and order; that once the slave trade was suppressed the chaos and anarchy believed to be the bane of life in Africa would disappear and African endeavour would be channeled to the collection of the national produce of the tropical forest for the satisfaction of European needs. The view came to be held that Africans by themselves were incapable of maintaining law and order to the level needed to bring about the much-desired economic revolution, and that only European rule could do it. It was not enough for the colonial power to impose and maintain law and order though. It was also necessary to promote and develop free movement and natural growth and trade. Also it was the generally accepted assumption that the economic efforts and products of a colony should supplement, rather than compete with or undermine, the economic efforts and products of the metropolitan country. This was a survival of the mercantilist system which had come to grief in the last quarter of the eighteenth century. ]
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