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o what did the term mutually assured destruction refer during the Cold War? A. Nuclear war B. Global warming C. Economic collapse D. Conventional war
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User: o what did the term mutually assured destruction refer during the Cold War? A. Nuclear war B. Global warming C. Economic collapse D. Conventional war

Weegy: The term mutually assured destruction referred to the: Nuclear war.
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User: What effect did the cold winter of 1941–1942 have on the fighting between Germany and the Soviet Union? A. German troops refused to fight in the cold. B. Soviet troops were poorly equipped for the cold weather. C. Most Soviet troops were stationed near China that winter. D. German troops were poorly equipped for the cold weather.

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German troops were poorly equipped for the cold weather is the effect the cold winter of 1941-1942 had on the fighting between Germany and the Soviet Union.
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