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Match the following items. 1. Kristallnacht the night of the broken glass 2. Auschwitz spread pro-Nazi policies and ideas 3. Nuremberg Laws the most infamous concentration camp 4. Nazi Propaganda Ministry proclaimed Jews to be second-class citizens
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User: Match the following items. 1. Kristallnacht the night of the broken glass 2. Auschwitz spread pro-Nazi policies and ideas 3. Nuremberg Laws the most infamous concentration camp 4. Nazi Propaganda Ministry proclaimed Jews to be second-class citizens

Weegy: 1.proclaimed Jews to be second-class citizens. -Nuremberg Laws. 2. the most infamous concentration camp.- Auschwitz. 3. Kristallnacht-the night of the broken glass. 4.Nazi Propaganda Ministry. -spread pro-Nazi policies and ideas. [ ]
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User: Which of the following was not an origin or cause of the Anglo-Boer war? discovery of gold in Transvaal the Boers taking the Orange Free State away from the British the dynamite tax and proposed railroad construction Boer resistance to Britain's goal of colonial control

Weegy: Was not an origin or cause of the Anglo-Boer war the Boers taking the Orange Free State away from the British.
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User: Which of the following is not a reason for the Holocaust taking place? age-old ethic hatred toward the Jews in Germany the Treaty of Paris Aryan racial theories and policies silence of world powers in not condemning the Nazis

Weegy: The Treaty of Paris is not a reason for the Holocaust taking place.
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User: The Jewish ghettos were located in this country _____. Germany Russia Belgium Poland

Weegy: The Jewish ghettos were located in POLAND



User: Sun Yat-sen's Four Point Plan was based on the Three Principles of the People which were _____. Nationalism, Communism, and Socialism Communism, Socialism, and Democracy Socialism, Democracy, and Nationalism Democracy, Nationalism, and Communism

Weegy: Sun Yat-sen's Four Point Plan was based on The Principles of the People which were Nationalism, Socialism, and Democracy.
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User: Select all that apply. Which of the following statements are true of the 1905 Revolution? failed to overthrow the czar set the serfs free and gave them land dress rehearsal to 1917 Revolution brought the Nihilists to power

Weegy: failed to overthrow the czar
sipichapie|Points 5010|

User: What is the name of the treaty that ended World War I? Treaty of Vienna Treaty of Versailles Treaty of Versa Treaty of Vulcan

Weegy: Treaty of Versailles is the name of the treaty that ended World War I.



User: The largest and most influential Islamic state in history was the Ottoman Empire. True False

User: The founder of modern China is _____. Sun Yat-sen Mao Zedong Chiang Kai-shek Tongmenghui

Weegy:
The founder of modern China is Sun Yat-sen.






User: What people group was not targeted for extermination by the Germans? Gypsies Aryans Homosexuals Handicapped

Weegy: c. Aryans
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User: What nationality were the Boers? English French Portuguese Dutch

Weegy: The Boers were Dutch.



User: The rule of the Manchus was ended by the Chinese Revolution.

Weegy: TRUE. The rule of the Manchus was ended by the Chinese Revolution.




User: Select all that apply. The main two revolutionary parties that first wanted to overthrow the Russian government before 1905 were the _____. Populists Republican Guard Socialist Intellectuals Party Nihilists

Weegy: the Russian Social Democratic Workers Party (RSDWP) and the Socialist Revolutionaries (also known as the SRs)
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User: The process of conducting business on a global scale is called _____. urbanization globalization protectionism isolationism

User: The leader of the Bolsheviks was _____. Tolstoy Alexander Lenin Nicholas

Weegy:
The leader of the Bolsheviks was: Vladimir Lenin.




User: Select all that apply. Which nations experienced major revolutions in the twentieth century? Russia France Japan China

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