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11 June, 16:04

Which of the following explains why the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand led to the outbreak of the war in Europe?

A. Leaders across Europe were "spoiling for a fight".

B. A system of alliances obliged nations to support one another.

C. Germany wanted to take over Britainâs colonies in Asia and Africa.

D. Franz Ferdinand was a popular leader internationally.

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  1. 11 June, 17:24
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    Answer: The answers is:

    A system of alliances obliged nations to support one another.

    Explanation:

    The assassination led to a battle in which allies had to come to aid their fellow ally. The other countries were involved because they had to defend their allies.
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