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Austria issued Serbia a ten-part ultimatum in response to a. Serbia’s alliance with Russia. b. Serbia’s violation of Italy’s neutrality. c. the role of Serbian and Slavic
nationalists in the assassination of the Austrian Archduke. d. Serbia’s declaration of war on Austria. Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
Austria issued Serbia a ten-part ultimatum in response to: c. the role of Serbian and Slavic nationalists in the assassination of the Austrian Archduke.
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User: Austria issued Serbia a ten-part ultimatum in response to a. Serbia’s alliance with Russia. b. Serbia’s violation of Italy’s neutrality. c. the role of Serbian and Slavic nationalists in the assassination of the Austrian Archduke. d. Serbia’s declaration of war on Austria. Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D





Weegy: Austria issued Serbia a ten-part ultimatum in response to: c. the role of Serbian and Slavic nationalists in the assassination of the Austrian Archduke.
Expert answered|carl1980|Points 442|

User: Historians today recognize all of the following as contributing to the outbreak of World War I, EXCEPT: a. Austria-Hungary wanted to punish Serbia for encouraging terrorism. c. Russia believed that the Austria-Hungary ultimatum to Serbia was an attempt to dominate the Serbian people. b. Britain feared Germany's growing industrial and military power. d. France wanted to reclaim the Alsace-Lorraine territory from Germany.

Weegy: Historians today recognize all of the following as contributing to the outbreak of World War I, except C. Russia believed that the Austria-Hungary ultimatum to Serbia was an attempt to dominate Serbian people.
Expert answered|kitchencatlover|Points 172|

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