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How did the requirement of war reparations in the Treaty of Versailles influenced the economy of Germany ?

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Well my dude Germany had to pay for the whole war which meant they were printing money like crazy which meant it lost value and so the price of EVERYTHING skyrocketed. People lost their jobs and could not afford basic things like bread. The


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Based on this passage, in 1920 the attorney general of the united states advocated the deportation of

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The correct answer is communist and anarchist immigrants

There was a lot of migrants into the United States who came with ideas of communism and anarchism. They caused the US to enter the state that is known as the Red Scare where they were perceived as the greatest enemies and were prosecuted everywhere. Some where even executed because they were given punishments for crimes that were more sever than what they deserved.
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A piece of land granded by one lord to another was called a?

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A piece of land granted by one lord to another was called a "fief", although it should be noted that this was almost always the granting of land to a "lower" lord. 
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Who became president after abraham lincoln was assassinated?

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When the President of the United States is assassinated, the Vice-President of the time becomes the President. The Vice-President at the time was Andrew Jackson - so he became the President After Abraham Lincoln. He was also the first President to be impeached.

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It was Andrew johnson, not Andrew Jackson

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Which of the following developments is an example of industrialization?

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please give me your choices. I can't help if you don't give me choices.

Answer: A factory opens that mass-produces light bulbs

Explanation:Ape x

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