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What did Germany do as a response to Russia’s alliance with France?
increased the size of its navy equal to that of Great Britain
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Benedict Arnold offered which justification for his treason? a. He believed George Washington treated his soldiers poorly. b. America’s new alliance with France, a Catholic state, was too much for him to bear. c. He was a distant cousin of King George III through marriage. d. He believed that until the United States abolished slavery, its cause to liberty was hypocritical. e. He considered the cause of independence already lost.
b. America’s new alliance with France, a Catholic state, was too much for him to bear.
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How did the War for Independence affect anti-Catholicism in America? a. Anti-Catholicism increased when Quebec Catholics volunteered in large numbers for the British army. b. Because Americans resented Catholic France negotiating a separate peace with Great Britain, anti-Catholicism became more prevalent. c. Independence led the states to impose anti-Catholic laws that they had been unable to adopt when they were under British control. d. The alliance with France, a predominantly Catholic country, helped diminish American anti-Catholicism. e. Spain’s wartime aid to Britain led Georgian colonists to attack Catholic missions in Florida.
d. The alliance with France, a predominantly Catholic country, helped diminish American anti-Catholicism.
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3. For Hitler to achieve his goals, he thought a. he must follow a strict time schedule and order of events. b. he must gain the confidence of the United States. c. careful consideration must be given to the desires of the nationalists. d. his basic plan of racial supremacy and empire over “inferior” peoples was most critical. e. he needed an alliance with France in order to protect his western flank when he invaded Russia.
D
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