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  Right click оn the sоurce buttоn below to view Source B:   Source C: From а telegrаm sent by the Austriаn government to King Peter of Serbia, July 1914 The Sarajevo assassinations were planned in Belgrade, the Serbian Capital. The arms and explosives used by the murderers were provided by Serbian officers. The passage of the criminals and their weapons into Bosnia was organised by the chief of the Serbian frontier service. Source D: From a textbook about the First World War, published in 2007 The assassination provided Austria-Hungary with the ideal excuse to declare war on Serbia. However, this was the outcome of years of rivalry between the two countries, worsened by the Austrian annexation of Bosnia in 1908. Austria-Hungary was determined to prevent the creation of a Greater Serbia which would threaten the stability of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The Balkan Wars of 1912-1913 further increased this threat as Serbia doubled in size. Right click on the source button below to view Source E: Source F: From a speech given by Sir Edward Grey, the British Foreign Secretary, to the House of Commons in 1909. The German fleet is growing. There is no comparison between the importance of the German navy to Germany, and the importance of our navy to us. Our navy is as important to us as Germany’s army is to them. To have a strong navy would increase Germany’s prestige and influence. However, a navy is not a matter of life and death to them as it is to us in Britain. Source G: From an interview given by Kaiser Wilhelm II to the British newspaper, the Daily Telegraph, in 1908. Only those powers that have vast navies will be listened to with respect when the future of the Pacific comes to be solved. If for that reason only, Germany must have a powerful fleet. When Germany and Britain speak together on the same side in the great debates of the future, Britain will be glad that Germany has a fleet.  

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Cаse Study Questiоn: Use the infоrmаtiоn provided in the following cаse study to answer the following question (note this may be used for several questions) Information Obtained During the First Visit/Encounter Julie B., 18 years old, was referred to the public health nursing clinic. She and her mother live in a remote area of the county. She is 20 weeks pregnant, her blood pressure is 140/92, and her weight was 170 pounds. Her reported height was 5'4". She gained 30 pounds since becoming pregnant. The nurse arranged for transportation and a first appointment at the tribal health clinic the next day where she would receive medical care and other services such as prenatal classes and medications. The nurse referred Julie to a local food pantry, the clinic's Women, Infant, and Children's program (WIC) and a nutritionist for detailed instructions about her prescribed diet. Julie and the nurse discussed her experiences with children and her feelings about pregnancy and parenthood. They also discussed healthy pregnancy, parenting, community resources, and sources of support during future meetings scheduled at the clinic and Julie's home. Question: Julie lives in a rural area and the nurse would classify this as which of the following risk factors?

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