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24 June, 11:46

In the eighteenth century, German was spread through the world due to the British empire.

True or false?

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  1. 24 June, 12:19
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    I think the answer is False
  2. 24 June, 13:11
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    False

    Explanation:

    German did not spreaded because of the British Empire because it is elder, and it has been in existence for many centuries, and it is Germany that led to the dissolution of the empire during the period of wars. The reason for abolishing the empire is that it had been fragmented with many independent states that had created many centralized countries.

    Germany, therefore, described the conflicts as severe and it is because of this that Australia was forced out of the confederation and Prussia became the leading empire.
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