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Which two provinces broke away from Russia and formed kingdoms that were hostile to the eastern Slavs? a. Mongolia and Kiev c. Luxembourg and Moscow b. Lithuania and Poland d. Latvia and Siberia
Lithuania and Poland were two provinces broke away from Russia and formed kingdoms that were hostile to the eastern Slavs.
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Lithuania and Poland were two provinces broke away from Russia and formed kingdoms that were hostile to the eastern Slavs.

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