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Which of the following helped make the reunification of Germany possible? the influence of pro-Western military alliances. ethnic tensions in former Soviet states. celebrations in many other countries. the end of the Cold War.
The end of the Cold War helped make the reunification of Germany possible.
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The end of the Cold War helped make the reunification of Germany possible.
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