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Which of the following did not increase the number of deaths after the war?

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Which of the following did not increase the number of deaths after the war?


Genocide did NOT increase the number of deaths after the war!


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What was the name of the gelatinous form of gasoline that burns the skin of anyone exposed to it, which was dropped by american airplanes on enemy positions during the vietnam war?

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Answer: napalm

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First the people must gain a nomination from their political party once this is done then they must earn majority of the seats in the electoral college
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Why did japanese nobles, students, monks, traders, and officials visit China?

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The correct answer is: Japanese nobles, students, monks, traders, and officials visited China because China was seen and perceived as a more evolved culture.

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Their conventions of court etiquette, traditional tea ceremonies, lifestyle habits, art and medicine were admired, and its was useful for Japanese to develop their culture based on Chinese culture and even religion.

They visited China's Tang court here they spoke Chinese and dressed similarly to Chinese

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7. What principle guided the organization of the United Nations (UN)?

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Answer: the main principle that guided the United Nations is that countries as well as business should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights.

Explanation: the Principle of the United Nations is derived from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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Who was responsible for the building of missions throughout California

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01:41:26 Passage of which of the following acts increased tension between colonists and the British government in 17747
the Townshend Acts
the Stamp Act
the Quartering Act
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All of the acts listed increased tensions between the colonies and britain, leading to the revolutionary war.
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Which of the following was a difference between the Indian National Congress and the Muslim League?

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Differences between Muslim League and the Indian National Congress can be traced back till the formation of Indian National Congress in 1885 by certain western educated Hindu elites which gave birth to a lot of discontentment and dissatisfaction among the Indian Muslims who gradually felt ignored as they were not represented in the newly made peoples' Democratic Party. This led to the growth of Aligarh school under Sir Sayeed Ahmed Khan who for the first time made it feel that the Muslims in India were actually subsiding behind due to lack of western education and that it will cost the future generations who will be deprived of any political representation. The relationship Between Muslim league and congress saw many upheavals. At times it required cooperation from both while sometimes it stood on complete opposition to each other. Overall their relationship as well as their relationship can be assessed within various phases. 
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Which where result of the conflict between Native Americans and white settlers in 1800

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