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Which of the following statements is true regarding the role of women during World War I? a. They contributed little to the war effort. b. Their role differed very little from their role
during peace time. c. They kept their nations’ economies going during the war. d. They focused their efforts on ending the war.
(c. They kept their nations' economies going during the war.) is the true statement regarding the role of women during World War I.
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User: Which of the following statements is true regarding the role of women during World War I? a. They contributed little to the war effort. b. Their role differed very little from their role during peace time. c. They kept their nations’ economies going during the war. d. They focused their efforts on ending the war.

Weegy: (c. They kept their nations' economies going during the war.) is the true statement regarding the role of women during World War I.
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User: World War I was more destructive than earlier wars because a. the armies were more ruthless. b. it lasted longer. c. modern weapons were more deadly. d. airplanes could drop huge bombs.







Weegy: C. Modern weapons were more deadly. World War I was more destructive than earlier wars because modern weapons were more deadly.
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