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After World War II, who controlled West Germany? A. the United States B. France C. Great Britain D. all of the above
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User: After World War II, who controlled West Germany? A. the United States B. France C. Great Britain D. all of the above

User: Much of the U.S. competition for foreign markets comes from the nations of A. the Pacific Rim. B. eastern Europe. C. Latin America. D. Africa.

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All of the above, the United States, France, Great Britain controlled West Germany after World War II.

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