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What made World War I a new kind of conflict? a. The alliances made c. The number of countries involved b. The technology used d. The particular governments involved
b. The technology used made World War I a new kind of conflict
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User: In World War I, the Ottoman Empire joined the ________. a. Central Powers c. Allied Powers b. Central Allies d. Axis Forces

User: What made World War I a new kind of conflict? a. The alliances made c. The number of countries involved b. The technology used d. The particular governments involved

Weegy: b. The technology used made World War I a new kind of conflict
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User: Which of the following statements is true regarding the Ottoman empire in World War I? a. It remained neutral. b. It joined the Central Powers. c. It joined the Allies. d. It successfully defended its interests in the Middle East

Weegy: It joined the Central Powers-is true regarding the Ottoman empire in World War I
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User: German forces were pushed back at the Battle of Marne by a. French forces. c. Russian forces. b. British forces. d. Both A and B

Weegy: German forces were pushed back at the Battle of Marne by French forces and British forces. The answer is d. both A and B.
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User: Why was it difficult to gain an advantage over the enemy in trench warfare during World War I? a. Too many soldiers died of disease in the trenches. b. The machine gun made it nearly impossible for troops to advance. c. No weapons were used. d. Too few soldiers were willing to kill enemy soldiers.

Weegy: Why was it difficult to gain an advantage over the enemy in trench warfare during World War I? a. Too many soldiers died of disease in the trenches.
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User: Which of the following helped turn World War I into a global war? a. The machine gun c. The submarine b. The airplane d. Poison gas

Weegy: C the submarine helped turn World War I into a global war
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Italy declared war on a. Austria-Hungary. c. Russia. b. Germany. d. Both a and b. User: In World War I, the Ottoman Empire joined the ________. a. Central Powers c. Allied Powers b. Central Allies d. Axis Forces
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Italy declared war on Austria-Hungary and Germany.

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In WWI, the Ottoman Empire joined the Central Powers.
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In World War I, the Ottoman Empire joined the ________. a. Central Powers c. Allied Powers b. Central Allies d. Axis Forces
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In World War I, the Ottoman Empire joined the: CENTRAL POWERS.
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Which of the following statements is true regarding the Ottoman empire in World War I? a. It remained neutral. b. It joined the Central Powers. c. It joined the Allies. d. It successfully defended its interests in the Middle East.
Weegy: a. It remained neutral. User: Which of the following weapons contributed most to the stalemate on the Western Front during World War I? a. The tank c. The airplane b. The automatic machine gun d. The rifle (More)
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The automatic machine gun contributed most to the stalemate on the Western Front during World War I.
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