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How was Bismarck able to defeat France? a. Bismarck had superior weapons and technology. c. France had an inferior naval fleet. b. Bismarck had more man power. d. Bismarck used deception to win allies against France.
Bismarck was able to defeat France by Bismarck used deception to win allies against France.
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Bismarck was able to defeat France by Bismarck used deception to win allies against France.
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