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Please can you explain what this question means. I don't understand the question especially 'carbon'.

Design your own carbon to describe main points of treaty of versailles.

Many thanks

  • History -

    Is it possibly this?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbon_(API)

  • History (Ms Sue) -

    Thank you for your help, but its not that. I don't understand what 'design your own carbon' means in respect of 'to describe main points of treaty of versailles.

  • History -

    I have no idea. I searched dictionaries for carbon and found nothing that seems to apply.

  • History (Ms Sue) -

    Thank you for trying to help.

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