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In the new German government, power belonged to the a. kaiser. c. Reichstag. b. Bundesrat. d. prime minister. User: Reichstag
Weegy: The Reichstag building is a historical edifice in Berlin, Germany, constructed to house the Reichstag, parliament of the German Empire. [ It was opened in 1894 and housed the Reichstag until 1933, when it was severely damaged in a fire. ] User: Camillo Benso di Cavour User: who was Camillo Benso di Cavour User: Czar Alexander II listened to public opinion and a. resigned. c. freed the serfs. b. reformed the government. d. instituted socialist reforms. Weegy: Czar Alexander II listened to public opinion and Answer: c.freed the serfs User: Groups such as the People’s Will used violence to try to get the government to meet its demands true or false Weegy: True. [ The group People's Will (formed in the fall of 1879) is tightly knit and dedicated group of Narodniks instigating the Russian peasantry to rebellion and instead meeting with brutal repression, set out to overthrow the monarchy through terrorism. ] User: By 1900, eighty percent of Russians were associated with _______. a. communists c. agriculture b. industrialization d. capitalism (More)
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what are progroms User: In an intense form of Russification, Jews were massacred in riots called User: Czar Alexander II listened to public opinion and a. resigned. c. freed the serfs. b. reformed the government. d. instituted socialist reforms
Weegy: Czar Alexander II listened to public opinion and Answer: c.freed the serfs User: What was Russification? a. Terrorist attacks by groups like People’s Will c. Imposing Russian will on other peoples in the empire b. Attacks on Jewish villages in Russia d. A new parliamentary body, elected by the people Weegy: b. Attacks on Jewish villages in Russia User: Russian unification was difficult because a. of divisions among czars. c. of the vastness of the empire and diversity of its people. b. of political divisions. d. of the opposition of Polish forces. Weegy: Russian unification was difficult because c. of the vastness of the empire and diversity of its people. User: Repressive czarist policies led to a. a new constitution. b. the assassination of Alexander III. c. the formation of the Social Democratic Labor Party. d. stability and order, but discontent about loss of freedom. Weegy: Repressive czarist policies led to: C. the formation of the Social Democratic Labor Party. User: what is Duma User: Duma Weegy: What can I do for you? User: Please select the correct definition for the given word. Duma Weegy: What can I do for you? User: Which of the following led to the end of serfdom? a. Emancipation Edict c. Revolution of 1905 b. ... (More)
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Progrom is an organized, often officially encouraged massacre or persecution of a minority group, especially one conducted against Jews.
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The first radioactive element, radium was discovered by Marie Curie and Pierre Curie.
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Who wrote a paper in defense of slavery? a. Nat Turner b. Frederick Douglas c. George Fitzhugh d. William Lloyd Garrison
Weegy: George Fitzhugh wrote a paper in defense of slavery. User: In what newspaper did William Lloyd-Garrison say "I will be heard!"? a. The Emancipator c. The Liberator b. The Revealer d. The Freedman (More)
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The Liberator was the newspaper in which William Lloyd-Garrison said "I will be heard!".

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