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What impact did the Battle of Waterloo have on the world?
France’s territorial control regressed, renewing interest in a single European government.
Great Britain became the world’s sole superpower after the defeat of Napoleon.
The defeat of Napoleon promoted nationalism in Italy and the unification of the territory.
The United States was able to conquer more territory after the defeat of Napoleon.

B?

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  1. You chose C last time.

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  2. yes but It was wrong

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    posted by Bri
  3. What does your text say?

  4. For anyone else who needs this, the answer is B :)

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