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In the early 1900s, which two countries were the greatest economic powers? A. Great Britain and France B. Germany and Italy C. Great Britain and Germany D. France and Italy
Great Britain and France were the greatest economic powers in 1900.
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Great Britain and France were the greatest economic powers, In the early 1900s.
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