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Who was assassinated, sparking the beginning of World War I? A) Woodrow Wilson B) Count Otto von Bismark C) Archduke Franz Ferdinand D) Premier Vittorio Orlando
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Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated, sparking the beginning of World War I.
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What is the name given to the war strategy when opposing armies fight from behind long ditches with the dirt piled in front of them for protection? A) ditch dumping B) dirt defense C) trench warfare D) gutter gunning
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Trench warfare is the name given to the war strategy when opposing armies fight from behind long ditches with the dirt piled in front of them for protection.
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What is the name of the treaty that ended World War I? A) Treaty of Paris B) Treaty of Greenville C) Treaty of Brest-Litovsk D) Treaty of Versailles
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Treaty of Versailles is the name of the treaty that ended World War I.
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During interphase where are chromosomes located within the cell? A. surrounding the cell membrane B. in the nucleus C. throughout the cytoplasm D. in the mitochondria
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