1. history

    Which was not a main event associated with the unification of Germany? German victory in Franco-Prussian War attack and defeat of Austria by Prussia (I chose this) end of foreign rule in Saxony and Bavaria creation of North German Confederation Which was

    asked by anonymouss on February 25, 2018
  2. history

    What is the 1st 2nd and 3rd reich?Reich is the germon word for emperer The First Reich was the lands ruled by Charlemagne; a continuation of the Roman Empire in Europe : Holy Roman Empire Second Reich was the Hohenzollern Germany, from the unification of

    asked by chemiii on September 24, 2006
  3. world history

    what were the two "lost provinces" located on the border of France and Germany that the Germans had gained possession of as a result of their 1871 victory in the Franco-Prussian War? Alsace and Lorraine

    asked by Larry on January 28, 2008
  4. history

    How did Otto von Bismarck help to bring about German unification? He convinced the Austrian emperor to form a pan-German military alliance. He became a strong influence on the king and encouraged the buildup of the military. As minister president, he

    asked by James on August 9, 2018
  5. History

    How did Otto von Bismarck help to bring about German unification? A) As minister president, he achieved political compromise with the Prussian legislature B) He created the position of kaiser, serving as the first one in the German Empire C) He became a

    asked by Sir Man on July 4, 2018
  6. History

    How did Otto von Bismarck help to bring about German unification? A. As minister president, he achieved political compromises with the Prussian legislature. B. He became a strong influence on the king and encouraged the buildup of the military. C. He

    asked by Michael on April 3, 2018
  7. World History

    Why was the Ems telegram of particular importance? (a) It started the Austro-Prussian War. (b) It ended the Austro-Prussian War. (c) It started the Franco-Prussian War.**************** (d) It ended the Franco-Prussian War.

    asked by Jessie on February 25, 2016
  8. US history

    At the Battle of the Bulge: 1. Germany’s victory once again threatened an overall Allied defeat 2. the British repelled the German invasion force seeking to conquer Britain 3. German forces pushed the Allied amphibious invasion back into the English

    asked by HM on November 13, 2011
  9. History

    What role did Otto von Bismarck play in the unification of Germany? He instituted lebensraum to formally give Germans more living space by taking over Prussian territory. He unified the 29 independent states under the Weimar Republic using the Treaty of

    asked by Kambrie on April 8, 2019
  10. History- Help Miss Sue

    Prussia’s victory over Austria in 1866 allowed the Italians to take over __________ and the withdrawal of French troops during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870 allowed the Italians to take over __________. A. Naples; Florence B. Venetia; Rome C. Rome;

    asked by Angela on September 29, 2014
  11. History

    Prussia’s victory over Austria in 1866 allowed the Italians to take over __________ and the withdrawal of French troops during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870 allowed the Italians to take over __________. A. Naples; Florence B. Venetia; Rome C. Rome;

    asked by Angela on September 29, 2014
  12. History

    Prussia’s victory over Austria in 1866 allowed the Italians to take over __________ and the withdrawal of French troops during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870 allowed the Italians to take over __________. A. Naples; Florence B. Venetia; Rome C. Rome;

    asked by Angela on September 30, 2014
  13. US History

    I have a few questions about World War I that I can't seem to find information about in any textbooks or online: Was Russia forced to act in defense of Serbia to protect access to the warm water of the Black Sea? Did France extend support to Russia in an

    asked by Matt on January 2, 2013
  14. Social Studies

    Could y'all please check these? Thank you so much for being here! What helped spread nationalistic feelings throughout Europe in the early 1800s? • A. the conquests of Napoleon Bonaparte * • B. the social welfare programs of Otto von Bismarck • C.

    asked by Mama on October 22, 2018
  15. History

    Which explains the significance of the Battle of Verdun in World War I? A loss to the Central powers caused Russia, which was not well equipped, to sign a separate peace treaty with Germany. Massive casualties for both the Allied and Central powers, with

    asked by Kambrie on April 8, 2019
  16. World History

    (Need help with this prompt, just one paragraph will do) It is 1870, French forces leave Italy (to fight in the Franco-Prussian War) and Italians triumphantly declare Rome their united capital. You have been hired by Vittorio Emanuele II, the King of

    asked by Bill on March 4, 2017
  17. Social studies

    1. What helped spread nationalistic feelings throughout Europe in the early 1800s? A. the conquests of Napoleon Bonaparte B. the social welfare programs of Otto von Bismarck C. the influence of the pope D. the unification of the German Confederation 2.What

    asked by Help on October 23, 2018
  18. history

    Which explains the significance of the Battle of Verdun in World War I? A. A loss to the Central powers caused Russia, which was not well equipped, to sign a separate peace treaty with Germany. B. The decisive German victory turned the tide against the

    asked by Sergio on February 20, 2019
  19. history

    Which of these would be a likely German response to the Treaty of Versailles? A. Germany would be angry about the treaty's details. B. Germany would be hopeful about the League of Nations. C. Germany would be excited to enter a time of peace. D. Germany

    asked by freeze help on January 16, 2019
  20. History

    Why is the Franco-Prussian War considered an important development in the history of Europe? It was at this time that France reclaimed its military dominance in Europe. It was because of this war that Germany began its military dominance in Europe. The war

    asked by David on April 16, 2016
  21. history ( i would like Ms. Sue to please help me)

    I wanted to make sure that this is correct. Please give me your input. Thanks a lot!! The countries involved in World War I was Russia, France, Italy, and Britain, Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria. I think Mexico was also but not

    asked by Sarah on December 24, 2006
  22. History

    What did Otto Von Bismarck do to help unify Germany? He sponsored the development of a nationalistic education focusing on the achievements of the German people. He helped create wars with neighboring countries to increase national pride among the German

    asked by Brianna on October 18, 2018
  23. U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)

    1. What did Hitler call the unification of Austria and Germany? Q: The Anschluss is what Hitler called the unification of Austria and Germany. 2. What is appeasement and did it work? A: Appeasement is the policy of giving concessions in exchange for peace.

    asked by Victoria on April 18, 2016
  24. World History

    Which was an early step toward German unification? the proclamation of Wilhelm of Prussia as emperor of the German Empire in 1871 the defeat of Prussia to Denmark in the Second Schleswig War of 1864 the creation of the Zollverein, or customs union, among

    asked by Marz on March 21, 2019
  25. world history

    How did the collapse of the Soviet Union impact Germany? A. A German Socialist federation emerged, leading to a civil war with Austria. B. Germany removed their capitalist leaders and adopted a new constitution. C. Germany became reunified for the first

    asked by shayna on July 24, 2018
  26. history

    How did the collapse of the Soviet Union impact Germany? A German Socialist federation emerged, leading to a civil war with Austria. Germany experienced violent protests that led to the execution of Ceausescu. Germany became reunified for the first time

    asked by dianni on December 13, 2018
  27. History

    How did the collapse of the Soviet Union impact Germany? Germany experienced violent protests that led to the execution of Ceausescu. Germany removed their capitalist leaders and adopted a new constitution. A German Socialist federation emerged, leading to

    asked by Heather on August 5, 2018
  28. history

    How did the collapse of the Soviet Union impact Germany? A. Germany experienced violent protests that led to the execution of Ceausescu. B. A German Socialist federation emerged, leading to a civil war with Austria. C. Germany removed their capitalist

    asked by Sergio on February 16, 2019
  29. History

    I wanted to make sure that this is correct. Please give me your input. Thanks a lot!! The countries involved in World War I was Russia, France, Italy, and Britain, Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria. I think Mexico was also but not

    asked by Sarah on December 24, 2006
  30. Social Studies

    Which of the following was among President Wilson’s Fourteen Points? A disarm all major powers B form a league of nations ** C create an alliance with Germany D make all European country learn their lesson What was the main purpose of President

    asked by Cole on March 3, 2018
  31. Social Studies

    1 Which of the following was among President Wilson's fourteen points? A Disarm all major powers B Form a league of Nations C Create an alliance with Germany D Make or European countries repay their debts 2 What was the main purpose of President Wilson's

    asked by Lizz on February 1, 2017
  32. Social Studies

    1 Which of the following was among President Wilson's fourteen points? A Disarm all major powers B Form a league of Nations C Create an alliance with Germany D Make or European countries repay their debts 2 What was the main purpose of President Wilson's

    asked by Lizz on January 31, 2017
  33. history

    What was the impact of reconstructing Germany? controlling political positions led to the removal of Nazi officials from power investing in the business sectors led to a significant boost of the German economy establishing control over the German business

    asked by savhana on January 30, 2019
  34. World History

    What was the impact of reconstructing Germany? controlling political positions led to the removal of Nazi officials from power investing in the business sectors led to a significant boost of the German economy establishing control over the German business

    asked by Mia on October 16, 2018
  35. Social Studies

    What was the main purpose od President Wilson's Fourteen Points? A. To assist the leaders of Europe to gain additional territory from Germany B. To divide Germany into several small parts so it would not be a treat C. To gain reparations from Germany to

    asked by EmberShy on January 20, 2017
  36. history ( please give me a direct answer)

    I wanted to make sure that this is correct. Please give me your input. Thanks a lot!! The countries involved in World War I was Russia, France, Italy, and Britain, Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria. I think Mexico was also but not

    asked by Sarah on December 24, 2006
  37. Grammar

    Indentify each sentence below with Simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex. Could you pleas tell me if these are correct? 1.After they defeated Germany in World War II, the Allies divided Germany and its capital city, Berlin, into four sectors: a

    asked by HELP NOW on November 29, 2008
  38. social studies

    1. Which of the following was an outcome of the Russian Revolution? A. The Bolsheviks seized power.*** B. The czar regained the throne. C. Russia developed a democracy. D. Russian dictatorship came to an end. 2. How might Germany react to the peace

    asked by Anonymous on December 7, 2018
  39. Soical Stuides

    Which statements about the circumstances in Germany that led to Adolf Hitler's rise to power are true? Choose all answers that are correct. A.Germans trusted Hitler to obey the terms of the Treaty of Versailles so as not to offend France and Britain. B.The

    asked by God is Good on July 27, 2018
  40. Maths - Statistics

    A large school in the UK offers its pupils the opportunity to learn several non-English languages. It turns out that: • 55% of pupils in this school choose to learn French; • of the pupils who learn French, 40% also learn German. (a) For pupils in this

    asked by Jay on March 29, 2016
  41. medical claims billing specialist

    Franco, a new patient to the office,went to see Dr. White complaining of pain in upper arm. He had experiencing some muscle weakness and had difficulty getting out of the bathtub Franco also had a rash and fever. Dr. White did a detailed exam and history

    asked by Bessie on February 26, 2014
  42. history

    What prompted the United States to enter the war in 1941? a. the imprisonment of Jews in German concentration camps b. the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor c. the pact that the Soviet Union signed with Germany d. Germany's invasion of the Rhineland help

    asked by y912f on May 26, 2009
  43. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Do you agree with that which I have written in response to the topic that I was given? Explain how the Russian Revolution and the entry of the United States affected the course and outcome of World War I. That which I written: In 1917, the Russian

    asked by Victoria on November 17, 2014
  44. Please help

    Which best describes Hitler's beliefs as expressed in Mein Kampf? Revolution was needed to create a classless society. Germany could control the world with the help of the Japanese. All races could live peacefully under German domination. Jewish people

    asked by Sara on May 13, 2015
  45. SS help plz

    Why did German ships begin to attack us ships in 1941 before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor? a. Germany wanted to weaken the United States b. Germany declared war on the United States c. The U.S disagreed with Nazi expansion and values d. The U.S

    asked by basketball&batman on April 16, 2015
  46. social studies

    who are the main leaders of Germany? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germany Scroll to politics

    asked by cindy on November 14, 2006
  47. German

    I am not doing to good in my German class and I was wondering if anyone knew of a way I could learn outside of school? Maybe a site that teaches the basics? Or maybe someone on here that is willing to help? I really have no clue on how I can get some help,

    asked by Alyssa on August 30, 2006
  48. history

    Why do some people call Franco a fascist? and what things about Franco were fascistic. 

    asked by john on March 30, 2010
  49. History

    Can someone tell me what they think of my answer? 1. As industry spread, the British and German governments initiated reforms to improve workers’ lives. What motivated Bismarck to enact reforms in Germany? What kinds of reforms were enacted in Germany

    asked by Joan on December 29, 2010
  50. World Studies

    As industry spread, the German government initiated reforms to improve workers’ lives. What motivated Bismarck to enact reforms in Germany? What kinds of reforms were enacted in Germany? Respond in two or more well-organized paragraphs. Be sure to use

    asked by Sierra Smith on January 14, 2013
  51. American History

    1. The Five-Power Treaty, the Four-Power Treaty, and the Nine-Power Treaty were all attempts to a. establish, or fix, national borders. b. exchange ambassadors. c. ensure international peace. d. lower trade and tariff barriers. -----------------------my

    asked by CM on April 29, 2008
  52. history

    Examine the illustration.(stab in the back drawing) A German soldier lies ready for battle while a caricature of a Jewish person creeps behind him while holding a knife to his back. Stab-in-the-Back Legend. 26 March 1919. Illustration. Wikimedia Commons.

    asked by me on February 12, 2019
  53. History

    1. As industry spread, the British and German governments initiated reforms to improve workers’ lives. What motivated Bismarck to enact reforms in Germany? What kinds of reforms were enacted in Germany and Britain? Please give me information that answers

    asked by Anonymous on December 9, 2010
  54. Modern World Studies

    1. As industry spread, the British and German governments initiated reforms to improve workers’ lives. What motivated Bismarck to enact reforms in Germany? What kinds of reforms were enacted in Germany and Britain? Please give me information that answers

    asked by Julie on December 9, 2010
  55. History

    Which best describes Vladimir Lenin's vision for Russia? Professional revolutionaries would seize power for the working class. The Red Army would achieve victory over Germany in World War I. Democratic revolution would depose the tsar. An alliance with

    asked by Sara on May 12, 2015
  56. Germany and China

    I have to find out how people in Germany AND China get their drivers license..as it what process do they have to go through Thanks Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. The first links will be about Germany. If you have an American license,

    asked by Amy on March 27, 2007
  57. Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    1. What strategy did the United States Navy use to advance across the Pacific? A: To advance across the Pacific, the United States Navy hopped to an Japan-controlled island, captured it, and then leaped to another and repeated the process. 2. Explain why

    asked by Victoria on January 11, 2016
  58. American History

    Why is the Munich Pact an example of appeasement? A. It gave Hitler permission to rebuild the German military. B. It gave Germany the power to annex Belgium. C. It allowed Hitler to annex Czechoslovakia. D. It stopped German repayment of debt from World

    asked by kaden on May 17, 2019
  59. History

    For many German speaking people the decision to redraw boundaries made at the Paris Peace Conference led to enormous changes in their citizenship and identity. Only the German speaking people in Denmark/Northern Germany were given their say in this change.

    asked by Hala on January 27, 2017
  60. social studies

    The mysterious man looked at a large wall map of Germany and the countries she shared borders with. "Before starting a war, Germany always chooses a key city as its allied city. This city is usually the capital of another country. Clearly, Germany is

    asked by Raymond on June 13, 2011
  61. APUSH

    In the Spanish-American War... a.) America's victory could be attributed in large part to expert preparation b.) More American soldiers died from disease than battle c.) The American victory in the decisive battle at Santiago depended on assistance from

    asked by Amber on February 7, 2010
  62. history

    Which option most accurately identifies characteristics of Operation Barbarossa? a It was the attempted aerial and amphibious assault on the British Isles by Germany. b It was the German invasion of the Soviet-controlled Poland during World War II. c It

    asked by monica on August 7, 2018
  63. world history

    The violence and destruction that occurred during world war 2 led to the 1 expansion of coloinal empires in africa 2 formation of the unite nations 3 signing of the versailles treaty 4 unification of germany and explain why that is the answer! i really

    asked by Anna on April 1, 2009
  64. Social Studies

    1. Which of the following was an outcome of the Russian Revolution? A. The Bolsheviks seized power.*** B. The czar regained the throne. C. Russia developed a democracy. D. Russian dictatorship came to an end. 2. How might Germany react to the peace

    asked by Hiiii on October 6, 2018
  65. Social Studies

    What helped spread nationalistic feelings throughout Europe in the early 1800s? A. the conquests of Napoleon Bonaparte B. the social welfare programs of Otto von Bismarck*** C. the influence of the pope D. the unification of the German Confederation Please

    asked by Please Help :) on December 13, 2018
  66. history

    what was happening in the late 1800s in Germany? why German immigrants went to America?

    asked by Nikki on November 4, 2016
  67. LIT

    Dresden was a German city destroyed by the allies in WWII. Which of the following most likely describes the allusion to Dresden? A Dresden was the center for the production of weapons that supported the German war effort. B Dresden was a city rich with old

    asked by joel on May 17, 2011
  68. Social Studies HELP.

    10. What non-weapon tactic did the Allies use effectively against the Nazis? A. sending troops to non-combat areas to divert attention from the real target B. sending propaganda to European nations denouncing the Nazis C. sending battlefield communication

    asked by Anonymous on March 8, 2017
  69. History

    13. Germany absorbs Austria and then Czechoslovakia into the German Reich, often referred to as the_________

    asked by Seth on February 13, 2019
  70. Social Studies

    1. How did World War 1 change warfare? A. By introducing the atomic bomb B. By showing the effectiveness of trench warfare C. By using tanks, airplanes, and machine guns D. By demonstrating the success of the blitzkrieg 2. Which of the following was a

    asked by Brooke on February 29, 2016
  71. european history

    i have to write a DBQ on the different views within France of the Vichy government from 1940 to 1944. I wrote the introductory paragraph, with the last sentence as my thesis. Does it look all right? Germany defeated French troops in May 1940 and drove its

    asked by Kris on April 28, 2011
  72. world history

    which country was invaded by German forces, in spite of having signed a non-aggression pact with Germany in 1939?

    asked by tracy on January 22, 2012
  73. American History

    Which most accurately evaluates the influence of the Iroquois Confederation upon the Albany Plan of Union? A) It offered a model for unification among separate tribes, providing a framework for the unification of the 13 colonies. B) It established the

    asked by Klauus on May 17, 2019
  74. Social studies

    Which of the statements best demonstrates the outcomes of the double V campaign A. Germany surrendered and the Allies defeated Mussolini after a long standoff. B. Franklin Roosevelt ended discrimination in hiring practices for government businesses and

    asked by Anonymous on May 2, 2018
  75. German help

    My school is taking a trip to Germany next summer and I was wanting to learn German, but no one around me offers lessons or classes. Can anyone recommend something? Plus Imy friend is taking in a German exchange student sometime soon and I want to learn

    asked by Shadoe on September 17, 2006
  76. Geography (Ms. Sue)

    Find the border between France and Germany. Which French and German cities might make good international trading partners?

    asked by Anonymous on October 7, 2013
  77. World History

    1. As industry spread in the Second Industrial Revolution, the British and German governments initiated reforms to improve workers’ lives. What motivated Bismarck to enact reforms in Germany? What kinds of reforms were enacted in Germany and Britain? Can

    asked by Sarah on December 10, 2010
  78. civics

    The result of the Battle of Bunker Hill was a/an A. narrow victory for the Americans. B. inconclusive end. C. unqualified British victory. D. clear victory for the Americans. B?

    asked by Beatrice on January 25, 2014
  79. Social Studies! CHECK!

    1. which event proved to European leaders that the policy of appeasement was not working? a. Germany's attack on France b. Germany's military alliance with Italy c. the rise of Naziasm in Germany d. germanys attack on Poland*** 2. how did South Carolina

    asked by what on May 6, 2014
  80. Social Studies

    What event helped cause world war 2?> was it the German invasion of Poland ?

    asked by AlmostStolen on December 18, 2015
  81. Social Studies

    3. General Eisenhower was the leader of what coordinate effort of the Allies during the war? A. defeating Germany on the Eastern Front at the Battle of Stalingrad B. organizing the meeting for the Potsdam Declaration C. Coordinating a naval attack to end

    asked by EmberShy on February 27, 2017
  82. history

    How did Hitler’s Nazi ideology affect the political geography of Europe? Hitler used notions of German racial superiority and need for land to justify the occupation of Poland. Hitler advocated that Germany needed to expand its imperialistic interests to

    asked by me on February 8, 2019
  83. History (Russia 1917)

    What are the main factors for the Bolshevik's victory in Oct 1917?

    asked by Alex on November 2, 2009
  84. history

    in my book, it shows a 1915 american newspaper clipping and i have to answer questions...this is what the clipping looks like. on the right side it says: NOTICE! TRAVELLERS intending to embark on the Atlantic voyage are reminded that a Britian, that a

    asked by history on April 14, 2009
  85. history

    “The results of this victory are priceless... The charm of Robert E. Lee’s invincibility is broken.” - George Strong The quotation above was most likely written in response to ___. • The fall of Petersburg to Confederate forces • The Confederate

    asked by Payton on April 29, 2018
  86. History

    1. What motivated Bismarck to enact reforms in Germany? 2. What kind of reforms were inacted in Germany and Britian? My answers: 1. Bismarck wanted Germany to be more united and when nationalism spread through Germany it helped Germany become a leading

    asked by Chrissy on September 27, 2007
  87. Modern World Studies

    1. What motivated Bismarck to enact reforms in Germany? 2. What kind of reforms were inacted in Germany and Britian? My answers: 1. Bismarck wanted Germany to be more united and when nationalism spread through Germany it helped Germany become a leading

    asked by Chrissy on September 26, 2007
  88. Modern World History

    I have to write an essay to compare and contrast the unification movments of modern day Italy & Germany. Where can i obtain information describing each movement? How were they Similar? how where they different. Here are some appropriate sites: ITALY

    asked by Bryan on January 22, 2007
  89. World History

    1. The purpose of American and European imperialism in the Pacific was mainly to gain. A. markets fro manufactured products B. coaling stations and naval bases C. sources of raw materials D. places for surplus population I said C. 2. The development of

    asked by Eri on May 17, 2013
  90. World History Answer Check

    1. What events led to German unification? A: The three wars planned by the Prussian prime minister, Otto von Bismarck, led to German unity. 2. How was Great Britian able to avoid a revolution in 1848? A: Great Britian was able to avoid a revolution by

    asked by Victoria on October 14, 2014
  91. Grammar

    Indentify each sentence below with Simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex. Could you pleas tell me if these are correct? 1. After they defeated Germany in World War II, the Allies divided Germany and its capital city, Berlin, into four sectors: a

    asked by please help me on November 29, 2008
  92. history

    Which identifies the effects of the Congress of Vienna? An interconnected Europe led to the creation of the European Union. The harsh treatment of France led to a rise in nationalism throughout Europe. The congress system it set up became a model for the

    asked by dianni on November 6, 2018
  93. history

    Which identifies the effects of the Congress of Vienna? The unification of Germany led to the Seven Years’ War. The harsh treatment of France led to a rise in nationalism throughout Europe. An interconnected Europe led to the creation of the European

    asked by Bri on September 24, 2018
  94. history

    Which identifies the effects of the Congress of Vienna? The unification of Germany led to the Seven Years’ War. The harsh treatment of France led to a rise in nationalism throughout Europe. An interconnected Europe led to the creation of the European

    asked by Bri on September 17, 2018
  95. My history answer - re. WW1

    What caused World War One and was it inevitable ? I'am going to give out my opinion and explain briefly what caused the war. Years before 1914 , tension bulit up between the European countries. I agree that the assassination had lead the war but tension

    asked by British boy on September 11, 2007
  96. social studies 8th

    1. What was the cause of American leaders’ initial refusal to enter World War I? (1 point) They wanted to maintain the country’s isolationist policy.*** They were not certain the country had the resources to fight. The United States did not wish to

    asked by XenaGonzalez on April 12, 2015
  97. history

    Which of the following led to the reunification of germany in 1989? 1. the european union's euro currency brought economic success to france, a staunch ally of west germany 2. communism declined in the soviet union 3. the us divided its military support

    asked by Ciara's Sister on December 16, 2011
  98. History

    What was the significance of the Battle of Tannenberg in World War I? The defeat of British forces shifted the Allied war focus to defeating the Ottoman Empire. The attack on civilians by German war boats during the battle led to the United States entering

    asked by Dean on October 18, 2018
  99. World history

    if Hitler won both or one of the world wars, how would the world be like? I think there will be like Nazi officers walking every where. the officers would be asking everyone how they are feeling and making them talk back in German language. Everyone would

    asked by anonymous on April 13, 2019
  100. Social Studies

    PLZ HELP!!!!!!!! MY GRADE DEPENDS ON THIS!!!!! Out of the nearly seven billion people living on Earth, about how many have access to the internet? A. Fewer than one billion B. Slightly less than half C. Slightly more than half D. More than 90 percent What

    asked by Me on December 19, 2018