anonymous
  • anonymous
The Triple Alliance was an agreement for which countries to defend one another if war breaks out? a. France, Germany, Italy b. Germany, Russia, Great Britain c. Austria-Hungary, Germany, Ottoman Empire d. Austria-Hungary, Russia, Spain
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The correct answer is C, "Austria-Hungary, Germany, and the Ottoman Empire" This is because France and Germany (at this time) were mortal enemies, and would never sign an alliance with each other, thus eliminating A. B is incorrect because Great Britain and Germany were both enemies in both WW1 and WW2. D is incorrect because Spain wasn't a major belligerent in WW1 (correct me if I'm wrong), and were doing their Fascism thing later in the 1920/1930s.

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