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Which was a main cause for the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867?

the will of Austrian and Hungarian citizens to form a unified nation
Austria’s desire to solidify its power after a military defeat to Prussia
the fear of another French military invasion following the Napoleonic Era
Hungary’s growing strength that allowed it to dominate Austria

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  1. No. Not A.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austro-Hungarian_Compromise_of_1867

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    Ms. Sue
  2. d?

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  3. Yes. D.

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  4. D is wrong. I just took the test

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  5. Its B everyone

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  6. D is wrong just took the test and it was not D.

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  7. Austria’s desire to solidify its power after a military defeat to Prussia
    I just took the test and this is the correct answer

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  8. The answer is absolutely B

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  9. The comprise of 1867 was to brought the idea of have boarders of ethic group oh and of course Nationally and in 1847 the hungarians started a coup.

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  10. Rowdy you make no sense bruh

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