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What was Germany’s greatest problem at the beginning of the war? a.It had begun a two-front war with Russia and France. b. A Communist revolution threatened to overthrow the Kaiser. c.The United States had entered the war on the side of the Allies. d.The British navy had blockaded its ports and began sinking its ships at sea.

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    I believe the answer is A.

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