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What aspect of Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points was of most interest to colonial regions of Africa? A. self-determination B. League of Nations C. global disarmament D. restoration and evacuation of Belgium
Self-determination is the aspect of Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points was of most interest to colonial regions of Africa.
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Self-determination is the aspect of Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points was of most interest to colonial regions of Africa.
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