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Reparations were a. credit given to Germany to rebuild after the war. b. planned efforts to rebuild European nations destroyed during the war. c. damage payments allocated to Germany to pay after the war. d. printed paper money made after the war.
Weegy: Reparations were c. damage payments allocated to Germany to pay after the war. User: ________ was not a participant at the Washington Conference of 1921. a. Great Britain b. Japan c. The Soviet Union d. The United States Weegy: c. The Soviet Union was not a participant at the Washington Conference of 1921. User: Charles Evans Hughes was a. the writer of the Kellogg-Briand Pact. b. a proponent of isolationism. c. the head of the League of Nations. d. the organizer of the Washington Conference. (More)
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Charles Evans Hughes was the organizer of the Washington Conference.

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The Pacific Charter was an agreement between the United States and Great Britain that neither country would pursue territorial expansion.
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The Pacific Charter was an agreement between the United States and Great Britain that neither country would pursue territorial expansion. FALSE.
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The Pacific Charter was an agreement between the United States and Great Britain that neither country would pursue territorial expansion.
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The Pacific Charter was an agreement between the United States and Great Britain that neither country would pursue territorial expansion. FALSE.
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The cost-plus system sped up war production by a. imposing penalties on companies that did not meet their production quotas. b. providing larger profits for companies that worked fast and produced a lot. c. allowing previously competing companies to work together. d. providing bonuses for superior workmanship in war production.
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The cost-plus system sped up war production by: providing larger profits for companies that worked fast and produced a lot.

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