• anonymous
A stalemate developed in the trenches on the western front because... @geekfromthefutur A. neither side could decisively overcome the other B. Germany was blockaded by the British navy C. the armies were poorly disciplined and armed D. both sides used poison gas
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  • geekfromthefutur
Its A because they were both so evenly powerful it just kept pushing them and nothing could really happen
  • anonymous
thnx i was thinking the same thing:)

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