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Who was the leader of Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis? A. Nikita Khrushchev B. Josef Stalin C. Fidel Castro D. Willy Brandt
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User: Who was the leader of Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis? A. Nikita Khrushchev B. Josef Stalin C. Fidel Castro D. Willy Brandt

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User: The Soviet Union claimed that its expansionism after World War II was an attempt to protect itself from future

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Fidel Castro was the leader of Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
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The Soviet Union claimed that its expansionism after World War II was an attempt to protect itself from future invasions.
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The Soviet Union claimed that its expansionism after World War II was an attempt to protect itself from future A. earthquakes. B. revolts by the workers. C. hurricanes. D. invasions.
Weegy: The Soviet Union claimed that its expansionism after World War II was an attempt to protect itself from future invasions. User: After World War II Germany and Berlin were partitioned and divided between which four countries? A. U.S., Soviet Union, France, and Italy B. U.S. , Soviet Union, Britain, and Italy C. U.S., Soviet Union, Greece, and Turkey D. U.S., Soviet Union, Britain, and France (More)
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After World War II, Germany and Berlin were partitioned and divided between U.S., Soviet Union, Britain, and France.
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