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What role did alliances play in the beginning and escalation of World War I? A. Alliances allowed for independent negotiations with combatant nations for negotiated peace settlements. B. Alliances
formed between European countries to protect themselves and promised to protect each other in the event of war. C. Alliances were meaningless as the war wore on because each nation fought for its individual survival. D. Alliances were not conceived of until three years into the war.
the answer is B. Alliances formed between European countries to protect themselves and promised to protect each other in the event of war.
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