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Q: French President Charles de Gaulle attempted to return France to the status of a world power by: a: investing heavily in tourism. b:entering a new series of alliances with African countries. c:
investing heavily in nuclear weapons. d:petitioning for financial aid from the United Nations relief fund.
A: French President Charles de Gaulle attempted to return France to the status of a world power by: investing heavily in tourism.
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User: French President Charles de Gaulle attempted to return France to the status of a world power by: a: investing heavily in tourism. b:entering a new series of alliances with African countries. c: investing heavily in nuclear weapons. d:petitioning for financial aid from the United Nations relief fund.

Weegy: D. petitioning for financial aid from the United Nations relief fund
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