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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Will fan and medal! Which of the following was not a primary concern of Charlemagne? A. establishing a central government to rule his territory B. building a standing army C. conquering Norse-held lands of Sweden and Denmark D. strengthening the Christian faith across Europe

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Which of the following best describes the contributions of Charles Martel to Europe during the middle ages? A. he united the franks to fight off Muslim invasion B. he united eastern and western portions of the Roman Empire C. he encouraged the development of the arts D. he spread Christianity to new lands Which of the following conclusions could be drawn from the map? A. Greco- roman culture influenced medieval central Europe B. Judeo- Christian religious beliefs were spread to central Europe by Vikings C. Norse culture influenced the British isles and parts of Russia D. Norse culture influenced central Asia

OpenStudy (praetorian.10):

conquering Norse-held lands of Sweden and Denmark.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

The others?

OpenStudy (praetorian.10):

I'd go with the first choice, that he united the Franks to fight off Muslim invasion. At the Battle of Tours in 732, he stopped the Moorish advance through what is today Spain, breaking the spearhead of their invasion and successfully ending their efforts at invasion. He earned the nickname "the Hammer" because of the way he beat back his enemies with his armies. If it weren't for that victory, it's quite possible that the Moors could have continued on into the heart of Europe, crushing the Christian kingdoms there. In light of that, the other choices don't make as much sense, and he certainly didn't unite the Eastern and Western parts of the Roman Empire, either.

OpenStudy (praetorian.10):

and Norse culture influenced the British Isles and parts of Russia.

OpenStudy (praetorian.10):

did you get the answers bro?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Yeah. Thanks love.

OpenStudy (praetorian.10):

my pleasure :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

You need help?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

General Rochambeau helped General George Washington by A.providing French ships for the Battle of Yorktown. B.attacking General Greene at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse. C.attacking General Gates at the Battle of Camden. D.providing French troops for the Battle of Yorktown.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Ok. I'll try my best, but give me a minute, while I think about the answer. :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

OK

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Is this for the revolution?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

YES

OpenStudy (anonymous):

One more minute love. I've got to look over my notes. :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Rochambeau's behavior has been celebrated: he had placed himself entirely under Washington's command and handled his troops as part of the Continental Army. At Yorktown, when Cornwallis' representative attempted to surrender to Rochambeau, snubbing Washington, Rochambeau's aide-de-camp directed him to Washington as the army's commander-in-chief.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I'd say the first one... But I'm not possitive.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thanks can you help with other questions:)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I'll try. :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

How did John Paul Jones respond when asked to surrender during his battle with the HMS Serapis? He replied, “The captain always goes down with his ship!” He withdrew and enlisted in the Continental navy. He replied, “I have not yet begun to fight!” He withdrew and returned to his home in Scotland.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I'm not sure what that question says, but maybe this will help? At the time, John Paul Jones had mustered a fleet of four French and American ships with the intention of circling the British Isles in his ship, the Bonhomme Richard, and attacking British merchant ships as a diversionary tactic from French operations in the English Channel. After several successful captures of merchant ships, the renegade Commander Pierre Landais left the fleet but returned to Flamborough Head on September 23rd. Responding to the reports of his lookouts, John Paul Jones set sail to intercept a convoy of ships guarded by the frigate HMS Serapis and HMS Countess of Scarborough. The Bonhomme Richard approached the HMS Serapis at her port quarter, and after an exchange of words with HMS Serapis commander, opened fire with Bonhomme Richard’s starboard guns.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Which best summarizes the outcome of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse? Cornwalliss army was defeated while Greene’s forces were weakened. Greenes forces defeated Cornwalliss army ending the war. Greenes forces lost, but Cornwalliss army was greatly weakened. Cornwallis defeated Greene and went on to greater victories.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

The battle lasted only ninety minutes, the British (Cornwallis) outnumbered more than two to one defeated the American force; however in doing so lost over a quarter of their men. I'd say its Greenes forces lost and cornwalliss army was greatly weakened

OpenStudy (anonymous):

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

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