anonymous
  • anonymous
Which is not a reason World War I has been considered a "total war"? Fighting took place in various parts of the globe. Citizens were called upon to make sacrifices for the war effort. The government was involved with producing and distributing goods. Citizens fully supported the efforts of their respective nations.
History
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the first answer
denonakavro
  • denonakavro
I would also go with the first answer, because that is a thing I discussed with my teacher in world history
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you both

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