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All of the following are examples of primary sources EXCEPT: A. a journal written by a soldier who fought in World War I B. a world history textbook C. President Abraham Lincoln's inaugural
address D. a photograph of the building of the Berlin Wall
A history textbook is a secondary source because it is not written or taken by someone directly related to the event. It is instead written by academics who themselves compile and interpret the primary sources. Therefore the answer is B.
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