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All of the following weapons used in World War I had not been used in war before EXCEPT: A. the Maxim gun B. hand grenades C. poisonous gas D. tanks
All of the following weapons used in World War I had not been used in war before EXCEPT: A. the Maxim gun, which had been invented in 1884.
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