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What was the result of the Mukden incident? A. Japan used the incident as an excuse to invade Manchuria. B. Japan used the incident as an excuse to invade Russia. C. Russia used the incident as an excuse to invade Japan. D. Chinese communists turned on the Nationalists.
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User: What was the result of the Mukden incident? A. Japan used the incident as an excuse to invade Manchuria. B. Japan used the incident as an excuse to invade Russia. C. Russia used the incident as an excuse to invade Japan. D. Chinese communists turned on the Nationalists.

Weegy: The result of the Mukden incident was Japan used the incident as an excuse to invade Manchuria.
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User: Which Soviet leader engaged in the Great Purge, which left hundreds of thousands of people dead? A. Tsar Nicholas II B. Benito Mussolini C. Joseph Stalin D. Vladimir Lenin

Weegy: Joseph Stalin engaged in the Great Purge, which left hundreds of thousands of people dead.
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User: How was Chinese communism different from European communism? A. Chinese communism pushed the idea that rural peasants were the force behind revolution. B. Chinese communism pushed the idea that urban workers were the force behind revolution. C. Chinese communism believed in taking power away from the wealthy. D. Chinese communism believed that working people were exploited.

Weegy: Chinese communism was different from European communism in that: Chinese communism pushed the idea that rural peasants were the force behind revolution.
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