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How did Frederick William I help to unify Prussia after the death of his father in 1713? A. He gave the Junkers positions in the army and government. B. He signed
the treaties known as the Peace of Westphalia. C. He promoted religious tolerance throughout Prussia. D. He claimed the title of Holy Roman emperor.
Frederick William helped unify Prussia by B. He signed the treaties known as the Peace of Wesphalia
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