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The Triple Alliance nations were A. Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy. B. United States, France, and Great Britain. C. France, Russia, and Great Britain. D. Russia, Germany, and Austria-Hungary.
The Triple Alliance nations were: Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.
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1inch. =10 ft.
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