What effect did the eastern front have on World War I?

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The heavy Russian losses, combined with food and fuel shortages, led to the abdication of Czar Nicholas II.

The eastern front weakened German and Austro-Hungarian forces, making them less effective on the western front.

The Central powers were forced to surrender to the Allied powers as a result of their losses to Russia on the eastern front.

The eastern front was closed within one year and did not have an important effect on the outcome of the war.


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  6. yes it is a and b you should be able to find it in your Eastern Front notes

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  9. but thank you for the answers a and c. I greatly appreciate everyone.

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