karamarie02
  • karamarie02
Please answer as fast as possible!!! Mark the statement about the German states and people if it is correct. A. By 1800, the Holy Roman Empire was little more than a loose collection of separate states. B. The people of the German states shared customs and language but did not think of themselves as belonging to one nation. C. The German-speaking people began to feel a common bond with each other when Napoleon conquered them and they fell under French rule.
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rose4825
  • rose4825
It is actually all of them. Can you mark multiple answers?
karamarie02
  • karamarie02
@rose4825 yes
rose4825
  • rose4825
Okay then that is your answer ;)

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karamarie02
  • karamarie02
@rose4825 thankyou so much. I got an 83% only got one question wrong!!! yay!!
rose4825
  • rose4825
which question?
rose4825
  • rose4825
also 83% ? isn't that a bit too low for only one question wrong?
karamarie02
  • karamarie02
@rose4825 it was only out of 6 questions.

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