anonymous
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Question 15 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) (LC)Which weapon caused the fewest casualties in World War I? machine gun artillery airplane bayonet Question 16 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) (LC)Which U.S. acquisition was considered to have the best harbor in the Pacific for large naval vessels? Fiji Tahiti New Zealand Hawaii Please i need help
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Of those four, the airplane. Airplanes were really only doing large amounts of attacking enemy troops on the ground in 1918, and they honestly weren't that good at it. Artillery killed the most - I believe two-thirds of all casualties in the war were caused by artillery. Surprisingly enough, the bayonet was still a useful weapon during the First World War - when enemy troops managed to get into a trench, their bayonets were effective weapons, and of course bayonets were the key to several attacks by both the French and Germans during the first weeks of the war (before the trench systems were set up and when fighting was still mobile). --- I'd go with Hawaii. That's where the Pacific Fleet would be based out of and why the Japanese would hit it in a surprise attack.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you so much :) and can you help me with this Question 17 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (MC)“. . . the provisional government owes its existence to an armed invasion by the United States. By an act of war ... a substantial wrong has been done."—President Grover Cleveland To which territorial acquisition does Cleveland refer in this statement? Hawaii Alaska Samoa Midway Island
anonymous
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samoa

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