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(06.06 MC)How did Germany avoid much of the difficulty associated with African decolonization in the 20th century? A) As a result of World War II, German possessions in Africa were distributed between the British and the French. B) Germany abandoned most of its overseas colonies at the start of World War II, in order to concentrate its efforts on Europe. C) German colonies in Africa remained allied with Germany. D) As a result of World War II, Germany established its former colonies in Africa as independent nations.
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A - As a result of World War II, German possessions in Africa were distributed between the British and the French.

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