How did Germany's invasion of Poland differ from its invasion of the Soviet Union?
A. The invasion of Poland was long and drawn out, but the invasion of the Soviet Union was swift and successful.
B. The invasion of Poland occurred toward the end of World War II, but the invasion of the Soviet Union is what actually started the war.
C. The invasion of Poland was led by Joseph Stalin, but the invasion of the Soviet Union was led by Adolf Hitler.
D. The invasion of Poland was in collaboration with an ally, but the invasion of the Soviet Union was the betrayal of an ally.
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How did imperialism contribute to the start of World War I?
A. European rivalries over colonial territory led to nationalistic tension between these states.
B. Eagerness to take over land in post-revolutionary Russia led to territorial conflicts.
C. Centralized governments whose powers were unchecked caused internal uprisings in many nations.
D. Conflicts between church and government led to distinct divisions within key European countries.